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Situated in the heart of the Matobo Hills, just outside the boundary of the national park, lies Khayelitshe House. Enclosed by the iconic balancing rocks and surrounded by a natural amphitheatre of massive boulders, Khayelitshe House got its name from the Ndebele words ‘Ekhaya’ and ‘Litshe’- Home in the Rocks. Khayelitshe House’s charm comes from its simplicity and organic blueprint. Drawing inspiration from travels throughout Africa, the eclectic design brings both tranquillity and energy. This is a home that is completely off-the-grid, one that inspires peacefulness and being at one with nature.

The environmentally friendly design blends in perfectly with the ancient and majestic landscape that surrounds the property. Fully serviced and consisting of 4 en-suite bedrooms with incredible views from every window, the house inspires a feeling of remoteness that is hard to capture. The private land around Khayelitshe House covers over 1200 acres of breath-taking wilderness, making it a beautiful escape from the grind of daily life.

 

Luxury Rooms
4 Double bedrooms all furnishes simply yet elegantly, with en-suite bathroom facilities.

 

Game Drives
Lead by one of our experienced guides, you’ll see magnificent wildlife indigenous to the area. Your guide will show you the hidden spots best for game viewing and give you an insider’s knowledge. With years of experience our African Bush Camps guides are known for being some of the best in the business.

Walking and Hiking
Explore the Matobo Hills area on foot either on a short walk or a longer hike. From the endless views to the sights and sounds of the animals that inhabit it, experience everything this beautiful land has to offer

Bird Watching
Delight in the call of the Black-collared barbet, photograph the Augur buzzard and watch the Black-shouldered kite explore the area. Or simply sit back and enjoy their beautiful songs.

Bushman Rock Art
Matobo Hills is known for having one of the most prolific collections of rock art in Southern Africa. These paintings date back over 13 000 years and depict the rich history of the area.

Rhino Trekking on foot
Matobo Hills has one of the last populations of wild white rhinos in the world. With your experienced private guide, you’ll be able to get close to these magnificent animals making for some great photographic opportunities.

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