Luiperdkloof Trout Lodge 

Contact Person
Kirsten Beneke
Phone Number

Luiperdkloof trout lodge is 65 km’s from Wakkerstroom and  is situated in the Balele Mountain range.

It is a declared Natural heritage site, site No. 47. It is a habitat for rare and threatened flora and fauna species as well as indigenous forests with resident leopard.

Environmental Atlas site no 673. It comprises as an aquifer recharge area, functioning natural streams and wetlands within the Bivane river catchment area.

There are historical sites such as stone structures that are possible remnants of the first and second Boer War.

Accommodation are as follows:



2 fully equipped self-catering cottages with two en-suite bedrooms and 1 fully equipped self-catering cottage with 1 en-suite bedroom. All these units sleep 4 people. All the cottages have their own fireplaces.


We cater for the whole family – children of all ages are welcome.




No day-visitors allowed



Fly-fishing – float tubing allowed as well as catch and release


Scenic walks to battlefields structures and indigenous forest (no marked trails)


Mountain biking

Veld flowers


All off-road and quad bike riders are requested to read and observe the Bikers' Code of Conduct available on this web site, in accommodations or the Info Centre, and comply with the code at all times.

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