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

There is a myth that it is so difficult to get into Lindani, it is not even worth trying! It has always been and remains a myth. We now have a choice of eleven units as distinct from nine in the immediate past. On close examination of the 2020 rates

Our new guided trail is finally ready for guests to experience. It’s approximately 11kms and has been described as ‘ruggedly challenging’ by members of the family. It has 3 steep ascents and some limited rock scrambling. The trail takes guests to seven environmentally and culturally sensitive locations, none of which

  The focus in this blog would seem appropriate for September being World Tourism Month. The Waterberg is fast becoming one of South Africa’s prime destinations for both local and overseas tourists. To enable it to take its rightful place alongside the Garden Route, the Drakensberg and Kruger and the Lowveld, the

We have visited Lindani many times and stayed at several of the properties. Bush Camp is probably our favourite. We very much enjoyed our weekend at Bush Camp. We were delighted to see Naomi again - she is always so very welcoming and informative. Lindani properties are always beautifully prepared ready

“Where else can I get all this”. My wife and I walk our dogs every morning on Lindani – in the summer, before breakfast and in the winter, after breakfast. We always try to walk on either a Hiking Trail or one of the Mountain Biking single track trails – they