Saddle Up


Going out on a horseback safari is a totally different experience for guests that visit Wild & Free Game Lodge.

Our visitors can get much closer to wildlife and, as they can only smell the horses that pose no threat to them.

The interaction between horse, rider and the wildlife will be like no other and these interactive sightings will allow the species being viewed to continue their daily routine, without it affected by the sound of an engine or the crunch of the tires on the terrain.

Kindly book your Horseback adventure with us in advance to ensure a unforgettable experience!

Lion Drive


Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of the African bush?

We are excited to invite you to a thrilling lion drive at the stunning Wild & Free Game Lodge.

Kindly book your Lion Drive with us in advance to ensure a unforgettable experience!



Loosen Tired and Stressed Muscles,

Imagine the serene ambiance of a game lodge, nestled amidst the wild wonders of nature. Now picture yourself indulging in a tranquil oasis, where skilled masseuses orchestrate rejuvenating massages tailored to soothe every muscle and calm every nerve. From the rhythmic strokes of Swedish massage to the healing touch of hot stone therapy, each treatment unfolds like a gentle symphony, melting away tension and restoring harmony to both body and soul.

Kindly book your massage with us in advance to ensure a unforgettable experience!

Zebula Golf

Play a round of golf at the Zebula golf Course for those itching to get onto this popular green.

Cheetah Experience

Cheetah Experience is a registered non-profit company originally based in Bloemfontein but relocated to Bela Bela, Limpopo in March 2021.

We are home to a number of endangered and threatened species, including cheetahs, leopards, male non-breeding lions, servals, caracals, African wildcats, wolves, meerkats, and a Siberian tiger. Our project takes in rescued animals from the local area, so we also have various animals from time to time, including two dwarf goats and some chickens.

Adventures With Elephants

As numbers of elephants have decreased by some 350% in the last 70 years and by 110 000 elephants in the last ten years due to poaching and habitat loss, we are honoured to have saved a few.

We are even more thrilled to be able to connect you with Elephants through our unique interactions, so that you might see them for what they are, and therefore think a little bit more about their future, and indeed many other species, in an ever changing and modernising Africa.