Lockdowns have made us all realise that confinement in physical buildings and motor cars for most of our waking and sleeping days is no way to spend what we now realise is our very precious time on Mother Earth. But for many, the big question is; how do I really

The pandemic has given us a chance to think about the road ahead in so far as this is possible with all the uncertainty. It seems there are two imperatives: - We have to offer products that make Lindani sustainable – something it has not achieved thus far. - We will also have

We have been thinking of our many Lindani friends locked down in a city environment with so little real space in which to move. We have often wished for a magic wand that could just bring you here, even for a few hours, to walk in the freedom of the

When we lived in Joburg and our children were still at home, getting away over week-ends and during holidays was an essential part of our very existence. Most week-ends were spent windsurfing and birding; holidays included hiking on some of South Africa’s great hiking trails, pony trekking in Lesotho, visits

Being situated on the eastern edge of the Waterberg where the plateau starts to break up as it nears the dramatic eastern escarpment makes Lindani a wonderful hiking destination for both young and old hikers. Hikers want variety and don’t enjoy footslogging through never-ending sameness. Lindani more than meets this challenge

Alongside so many small businesses, the past year has been a difficult one for Lindani. The crippled economy, the income squeeze on our target-market, the emigration of a number of our guests and the drought have all taken their toll. On top of this, almost every farmer now believes they