Escape to the tranquillity and seclusion of the Waterberg area only 150km from Pretoria. Kroonvlei Wilderness Estate is situated on an especially picturesque part of the malaria free Waterberg area, thanks mainly to the abundant water, rock formations, unspoilt beauty, unique fauna and flora and established game. Being 1 887 HA in size, if you want to invest in what is rapidly becoming a rare commodity – space – only ever share with 98 neighbours – and leave an enduring legacy… Kroonvlei Wilderness Estate is your piece of wildlife paradise.
The limited private lodge stands of 10 000 sqm each are all secluded, hidden from view and on their own freehold portion. Owners can walk freely and have access to the whole 1887 Ha sanctuary. Homes are tastefully designed to blend into the landscape and owners are protected in perpetuity from sub-divisions and unsightly, claustrophobic developments by our appointed ARGITECTUAL COMMITTEE & GUIDELINES.
The Kroonvlei RULES AND REGULATIONS are designed and implemented in order to guard and protect for future sustainable use and appreciation. Kroonvlei Wilderness Estate caters for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts like hikers, mountain bikers, stargazers, bird watchers, butterfly lovers, tree lovers and those who seek refuge from city life. If dung-beetles at work, wild flowers and butterflies in the vlei, hiking along side giraffes, startling a klipspringer, otters in the dams, extreme privacy, boisterous birds or magnificent sunsets don’t tickle your fancy, you may prefer a investment in any of the many other estates in South Africa.
Also situated on the Kroonvlei Wilderness Estate is the WATERBERG COPPER HIKING TRAILS, est. 1988, famous for its SAHTOA accreditation and consisting of ten different circular – and day trails, laid out amongst the kloofs and escarpments. The Waterberg Copper Hiking Trails are viewed as one of the four most popular privately owned trails in South Africa (as per the Jacana/footprint – hiking trail agents)
The rare Waterberg Copper butterfly (Erikssonia edgei), which was thought to have gone extinct almost 30 years ago, was rediscovered at Kroonvlei Wilderness Estate in March 2013. Thanks to the pristine conditions and favourable habitat, this is currently its only known location in the world.