About the Kamonande Project
A quick 2-hour drive away from Pretoria will bring you to a little piece of paradise called Kamonande. This 1912ha private game farm is situated amongst the lush waterberg mountain range and is the perfect escape from the hussle and the bussle of the city.
Relax and enjoy this serene and peaceful getaway in the African bush with over 365 bird species recorded in the Nylsvei area, 104 are water birds and, of those, 87 breed here in the wet years.
You can enjoy this secret paradise with your friends and family with luxury accommodation and fully furnished & equipped homes. Your stay at Kamonande will feel like your home away from home. The reserve is fully secured and will provide ease of mind to relax.
You can expect fun filled game drives to observe 54 species of game and keep active with a wide variety of activities such as walking/running trials, tennis courts, mountain bike tracks and end your day with cooling down in your private or communal swimming pool.
Vaalwater is the central village of the Waterberg area, the heart of the Bushveld region. The Waterberg has been described as South Africa's best keep secret.
Its rugged beauty, together with its diversity in plant and animal life, has led to the development of several exciting eco-tourism projects such as the biosphere reserve – the Waterberg Nature Conservancy – the amalgamation of conservation areas in order to protect more than 150 000 hectares of the Waterberg-habitat.
The Waterberg-range, incorporating many rivers, streams and swamps, stretches for 150 kilometers in a long arc from Thabazimbi in the West, Nylstroom in the center to Potgietersrus in the east.
Own Your Own Piece of the Bushveld
A leisure property or holiday home is more affordable when shared. Through the fractional ownership model you can own a share from as little as R115 000. The units are fully furnished and registered in a company with 10 shareholders. Since 2007 1/10th title deeds where introduced. The 10% title deed is a marketable asset and can be traded freely on the open market.