In terms of activities, Warthogs guests are spoiled for choice. Whether you’re into hiking, trail running, mountain biking, birdwatching or nature photography, Warthogs will have you coming back for more, time after time. And with warthog, kudu, blesbok and rooihartebees strolling by in close proximity, you and your family can enjoy a truly immersive nature experience within just one hour of Johannesburg.



The Magaliesberg mountain range is renowned as a weekend getaway destination in close proximity to Gauteng’s economic center. Boasting dramatic vistas, scores of hiking trails as well as numerous acclaimed country restaurants, the area is a mecca for hiking, biking, birding, climbing as well as hot-air ballooning enthusiasts from across the province.


Mountain Biking

Boasting decent descents and miles of flowing single track, with trails to suit riders at every level of skill, the Magaliesberg is a go-to destination for Gauteng MTB riders. Whether you’re into trail or cross-country riding, the area can deliver the levels of thrill and challenge that you’re looking for.


At African Hills

Our sister property, African Hills Safari Lodge and Spa, offers a variety of exciting activities that can be pre-booked by Warthogs guests.

Take a guided hike or battlefield tour, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment or enjoy a game drive. You could also have a once-in-a-lifetime elephant experience where you can get up close to these majestic animals. 

Visit the link below to discover some of the other available activities on offer.

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At African Hills

Game Drives

The African Hills guided game viewing drives take place each day in the morning and afternoon, as this is when the animals are most active. A skilled ranger will be your guide, helping you spot hidden animals, and ensuring your safety at all times.

Wildlife on the reserve includes giraffe, eland, brown hyena, sable antelope, hippo, kudu and blue wildebeest as well as majestic buffalo and rhino. You can expect to encounter a diverse range of animals and bird species. 

And you are very likely to see lions – these however, are situated in a separate camp. Some of the smaller species you may encounter include aardvark, porcupine, jackal, warthog, mongoose and honey badgers.

Cost: R465 per person (valid until 31 Oct 2023)