Property For Sale Ohrigstad,South Africa

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16 bed Property for sale

Luxury 16 Bed Lodge For Sale in Ohrigstad Limpopo South

$966,760 | £695,422 | €800,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 8Baths 16Beds
Luxury 16-Bed Lodge For Sale in Ohrigstad Limpopo South Africa

Esales Property ID: es5553873

Property Location

Off R555
South Africa

Property Details

With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, South Africa is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment in this magnificent part of the world. Iketla Lodge near Ohrigstad in Mpumalanga, South africa offers luxury accommodation on a Dinner, Bed & Breakfast basis. Situated on a private nature reserve, the lodge offers excellent birding and nature walks.

The lodge is located in the mountains near the Blyde River Canyon, en Route to the Kruger National Park, and is ideal to explore the spectacular Panaroma Route and the Kruger Lowveld region.

Iketla Lodge is a 4-star country lodge situated on the Western side of the Panorama Route in South Africa. It is the only small lodge on this side of the route, and it offers guests a chance to experience unspoilt nature and private seclusion.

The lodge is game fenced and home to a variety of wildlife, including zebra, kudu, nyala, reedbuck, duiker, bushbuck, klipspringer, warthog, baboon, monkey, bushpig, serval, aardvark, civet, caracal, and more.

Iketla Lodge is an ideal base from which to explore the Panorama Route, and it offers guests a variety of activities, including game drives, nature walks, and sundowners.

The lodge is being sold as a going concern, and all furniture, fittings, equipment, artwork, marketing and advertising material, and a game-drive vehicle are included in the sale.

General Information
• Property name: Portion 284 (Portion of portion 109) of the farm Ohrigstad 443KT
• Physical Address: Off R555, District Ohrigstad
• Location: 10 km north of Ohrigstad, on the western side of the famous Panorama route and approximately 30 minutes’ drive from the Blyde Canyon.
• Ownership: Kokkino Pty Ltd trading as Iketla Lodge
• Members: Uwe & Silke Matthiä
• Property size: 540.0828 ha
• Zoning: Business Property
• Improvements: Buildings: 960 m2 (excluding Boma, Parking areas under shade cloth)
• Game fenced
• 25 km of marked walking trails
• Financial Position: Very established and profitable business
• Forward, confirmed reservations until October 2024

Why Buy Iketla Lodge?
Iketla Lodge is a unique opportunity to own a successful and profitable business in a stunning location. The lodge is well-established and has a loyal customer base. It is also ideally located to explore the Panorama Route, one of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations.

If you are looking for a business opportunity that offers you a chance to live and work in a beautiful setting, Iketla Lodge is the perfect choice for you.


Ohrigstad is a quaint village and valley nestled in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains, close to the Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window and Potholes. It is no surprise then that Ohrigstad is known as the gateway to the Panorama Route.

Ohrigstad is the oldest town on the Panorama Route. Ohrigstad was founded in 1845 by Hendrik Potgieter, the well-known 'Voortrekker' leader. He named the town after himself and George Ohrig: Andries-Ohrigstad. Sadly, the town was plagued by malaria mosquitoes and abandoned in 1848. Ohrigstad was only resettled in the 1900s when the malaria plague was controlled. Thankfully, today Ohrigstad is a malaria-fee zone. In addition, relics of Iron- and Stone Age civilizations found in the area indicate that the Pedi and San groups lived here thousands of years ago.

Today, Ohrigstad is mostly a farming community and a diverse range of crops are produced. Their economy thrives on maize, beans, fruit and paprika. The region abounds with plenty unexplored possibilities and opportunities concerning business, tourism, agriculture and local communities.

The scenic Ohrigstad valley combined with the panorama and an abundance of activities make for the ideal weekend breakaway. Many enjoy fly-fishing, game viewing, horse riding, hiking and many other exciting activities.

South Africa’s northernmost province, Limpopo, borders onto Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana, making it the ideal entrance to Africa. Named after the great Limpopo River that flows along its northern border, this province is rich in wildlife, spectacular scenery and a wealth of historical and cultural treasures.

The Great North Road from Pretoria was first carved by the creaking wheels of ox wagons. Today, when you follow the footsteps of the Voortrekkers, you’ll travel on fast, safe roads and enjoy every modern amenity as you go.

Did you know?
Once you’ve booked your hotels or accommodation in Limpopo, explore the destination pages for info on attractions, activities and things to do when you visit the Limpopo Province in South Africa.
Known as the Great North, Limpopo is land of legend. Ruins and relics abounds in ancient forests, sparkling trout waters, hot mineral springs and waterfalls. Much of it has remained unchanged for centuries, offering unlimited opportunities in Limpopo for the enjoyment of untamed Africa. Limpopo is home to ancient lands and pre-historic secrets. This is home to Modjadji, the fabled Rain Queen, the Stone Age and Iron age relics of Makapansgat Valley and the treasures of Mapungubwe that date back to time immemorial.

Limpopo celebrates a rich cultural heritage and at many archaeological sites the mysteries of the past are still being discovered. Historians reveal that the first black Africans moved across the great Limpopo before 300 AD. The Voortrekkers arrived in Limpopo in the early nineteenth century and numerous battles between the indigenous African people and the Voortrekkers took place. Then, during the apartheid regime, portions of the land in Limpopo were divided up into what then became known as ‘homeland’ areas.

Limpopo borders Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana, making it the ideal entrance to Africa. The Limpopo Province is named after the great Limpopo River that flows along its northern border. Happily, today Limpopo is united in its aim to offer the best possible welcome to all who visit this spectacular region of South Africa. The northern section of the Kruger National Park which is located in Limpopo, is renowned for its large herds of elephant and buffalo, significant numbers of tsessebe and sable and a rich bird life.

On the park’s western border, excellent privately owned game reserves and lodges offer luxurious, air-conditioned accommodation and day and night game viewing in open 4×4 vehicles. The mountainous area of the Waterberg is also home to numerous Limpopo game reserves, proving a rewarding experience of wilderness country.

The Soutpansberg region, one of the most spectacular regions of South Africa, should be explored at leisure by following at least one of the forest trails. Beyond the mountains, mopane trees and giant, ancient baobab trees dominate the plains sweeping northward to Zimbabwe. Many natural heritage sites in the area are accessible to visitors. There are 340 indigenous tree species here, an abundance of animal life and the world’s highest concentration of leopard.

Wide streets, jacaranda and coral trees, colourful parks and sparkling fountains characterise the principal town and capital of Limpopo, Polokwane. In addition to Polokwanes status as a major commercial and agricultural centre, Polokwane is the cultural hub of the region, featuring impressive art exhibitions and historical buildings.

The Polokwane countryside is the setting for some of the most prosperous cattle ranches in South Africa. Strategically placed on the Great North Roa
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