nature at it's most spectacular
Welcome to our Peaceful Mountain
peaceful, & tranquil haven for your weekend getaway
The miracle that is the Magaliesburg Mountain range began its formation more than two billion years ago. Intaba Thulile, “Peaceful Mountain“, is privileged to nestle on the slopes of this remarkable geological spectacle.
The Magaliesburg Mountain range has weathered the storm of many battles, but now is at peace. You will feel the peace as you witness the exquisite show that Nature puts on for you each day.
Relax and simply gaze upon the unforgettable views; or actively explore the ancient kloofs, the cliffs, the crevices, and the extraordinary rock formations.
The Magaliesburg Mountain range is a haven for wildlife and plants of many diverse species.
withing easy access of johannesburg
perfect distance for a ‘getaway’ weekend
Intaba Thulile, “peaceful mountain”, is a 450 hectare private game farm within the Magaliesburg Nature Conservancy.
As it is within easy access to Johannesburg – approximately 80km west – and some 90km’s from Pretoria, it is a perfect distance for a ‘getaway’ weekend for those seeking refuge from the rigors of urban stress.
The rolling savannah grassland plain, pristine bush, and the distinctive suikerbos and kiepersol tress are guarded over by the imposing amber cliffs of the mountain.
With its abundant birdlife; and variety of trees, ferns, flowers and grasses, the reserve is a delight for birdwatchers and nature lovers. It is a paintbox of colours : greens of every hue; reds, yellows, whites, blues and pinks of the many flowers – aloes, daisies, gladiola, wild dagga, morning glory, cats whiskers, star lily to mention but a few.
Game viewers will not be disappointed, as the reserve is home to a variety of buck as well as warthog, jackal, ostriches, and a pair of gorgeous, graceful giraffe,
The reserve includes 2,5 kilometres of the Magaliesburg mountain range where one can wander in awe, and see cape vultures and black eagles circling on the air current. Mountain reedbuck, grey rhebok, duiker, klipspringers, baboons, jackal, genet, Cape hares, dassies, porcupines all have their home here. The rock formations are fascinating and there are little surprises to enchant you, such as a circle of rocks to ponder over. The rose quartz glints in the sunlight and the gorges, with their dense indigenous trees and ferns, beg to be explored.
Weekend Rates from
R1 200 / per chalet per night
for two adults sharing
Kids U3 Free
Midweek Rates from
R1 000 / per chalet per night
Accommodation & Reserve
Each chalet sleeps 4 people comfortably (2 bedrooms, one with a Queen size bed and the other with 2 single beds).
The chalets are self catering and come fully equipped with quality linen, fluffy towels, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans. The kitchen is fitted with a small stove, microwave and fridge.
There is a lovely bathroom with both bath and shower, to suit all preferences. For those crisp winter nights, heaters will ensure your comfort. For those long balmy summer days and nights, the spacious wooden deck is the place to put your feet up and enjoy the magnificent views of the Magaliesburg mountains.
To enjoy outdoor living at its best, each chalet has its own braai/barbecue area complete with a braai grid. Braai wood is available for sale. Linger around the fire after your dinner and enjoy the unforgettable sounds of the bush at night.
There are no TV’ s in the chalets – this is about getting away from it all!
COVID 19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS IN PLACE
The chalets are private from each other, so there will be no problem with social distancing. Self check in procedures will be sent to guests via e mail or Whats App, and as the chalets are not serviced, you will not come into contact with any staff members during your stay. The chalets will be sterilized before your arrival. Staff wear masks and gloves while cleaning. The chalets will be unoccupied for 5 days between guests. Communal areas such as the swimming pool and lapa will be used on a rotational basis.
Fully equipped kitchenette
1 Bath , 1 Shower
Hiking trails / Nature walks
Midweek Rates per chalet from
R 1 000
What People are Saying
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things to do
In the area
For your fresh meat, fruit, veg, groceries, liquor, chemist, etc. the village of Magaliesburg (20 k's away) has it all. The Spar stays open until 7.00 pm.
Places of Interest
Elephant Sanctuary, Van Gaalens Cheese Farm, Blaaubank Historical Gold Mine, Maropeng Centre - Cradle of Humankind & Sterkfontein Caves
Pubs & Restaurants
The Old Post Pub, Black Horse Restaurant & Brewery, Esthers Country Restaurant, Melon Roouge, Hornbil Lodge, Noble Adventures, Wimpy, Brauhas Am Dam & Die Ou Pastorie
Breedtsnek Pass MTB, Magaliesburg Canopy Tour , Microlighting, Abseiling, Hot Air Ballooning & Magalies Gliding Club
Mount Grace Spa, Valley Lodge, Just Haven Spa, Rosewell Spa, Whispering Pines Country
Wicked Food is a pig farm which has a market every Saturday morning selling the most delicious home made pork products, preserves, fresh fruit and veg. Well worth a visit! Contact Cilla on 076 236-2345 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Warthogs is the closest – approx. 15 km's
Fishing is a popular activity around the Magaliesburg fishing spots. Several types of fish are present including Carp, Barble, Kurper fish and bass. A Google search will yield a few spots in the area.
Brits, Krugersdorp, Mooinooi, Rustenburg, Hunters Rest Hotel, Magalies Park, Pecanwood and Suncity Golf
Intaba Thulile Rates
per chalet per night for 2 adults sharing
Get in Touch
Marikana Road/Breedts Nek Pass, off the R24 between Magaliesburg and Rustenburg
GPS co-ordinates : 25deg 52’ 41.82”S 27deg 26’ 48.19”E