A Quantum Leap Guest Lodge and Game Farm

A Quantum Leap is a malaria free Game Farm and provides three types of accommodation: The Guest House is a luxurious guest house with six double rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. There is also a dining and sitting room, as well as a braai area. Wireless internet and DStv in each room.

The Thatch roof house, which is a self catering unit, can sleep up to 11 guests and consists of a main en-suite bedroom, a separate bathroom with a separate toilet, as well as a loft with three bunk beds. DStv available.

The Bush Camp is primitive and sleeps up to 16 guests. We offer three two-bedroom chalets with a bathroom, separate lapa with a kitchen, and an outdoor shower.

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  • "Annatjie & Nico Smith Nigel"

    05 October 2015

    "<p>Excellent reception, veryprofessional. Host and hostess were veryhelpful and friendly, Henry and Nerise are definitelyamongst the best host &amp; hostessesthat we've encountered.</p><p>Everything at the guesthouse was well organized and very neat. We will never forget the divined breakfasts and braai/salad we had this weekend.</p><p>We will for sure recommend itto all our friends, families and colleagues.</p>"

    Annatjie Smith, South Africa
  • "A most enjoyable stay."

    15 December 2014

    "On arrival, we were met in the car park by a happy and smiling Nerice, who welcomed my wife and I and showed us to our beautiful, well equipped and clean room. We drove and walked through the game farm and saw plenty of natures animals, birds and creatures. It was such a wonderful break. The meals that were prepared by Henry and Nerice were outstanding. The swimming pool was clean and refreshing. The animals were well taken care of with many salt licks and watering points. Nerice and Henry also informed us about the "Jugomaro Predator Park" which is also a must visit venue. A really big thank you to A Quantum Leap Guest Lodge and Game Farm."

    Ralph Wayland, South Africa
  • "A true symbol of Africa's Eden"

    19 December 2013

    "Having stayed in a number of guest houses in the province, this is by far the closest to a true meaning of what Africa's Eden should look like. Drive through the jungle to an exquisite peaceful heart of the game reserve. We woke up to a beautiful morning where we were greeted by giraffes and zebras. We loved it and enjoyed our stay thoroughly. We will surely be back for a longer stay."

    Stephen Kheleli, South Africa
  • "Very unique"

    21 October 2013

    "Very unique game farm with lots of game and quite an experience, something very different."

    Ronald tarr, South Africa
  • "Lovely stay!"

    16 October 2013

    "We had a lovely stay at A Quantum Leap Guest Lodge which was very clean. Rooms had air conditioning and treli-doors in front of the sliding doors which made our stay more comfortable. Breakfast was delicious and Nerice went out of her way to make it extra special (we had 3 little kids with us)!It was indeed a lovely stay. Thank you!"

    Willie Scott, South Africa
  • "Wow!"

    23 September 2013

    "What a refreshing life? Garden of Eden still exist. A pleasant place to refresh and get out of a busy life. Please order their dinner, it put cherry on top of your visit."

    Humphrey Matlala, South Africa
  • "Lovely"

    07 June 2013

    "We enjoyed the stay very much and will definetly return. It is great driving around and seeing so many animals. My children especially enjoyed seeing the animals so close by."

    leslie cronje, South Africa
  • "Nice and pleasant stay with friendly staff"

    11 March 2013

    "We stayed at Quantum Leap Guest Lodge for only one night - but we would have loved to stay longer - very clean and comfortable rooms, beautiful sourroundings and a very friendly and helpful staff! We definetely enjoyed our stay and can recommend it without any limitation. Thank you!"

    Wassily Nemitz, South Africa
  • "Weekend break away"

    26 February 2013

    "Our stay at Quantum leap was very relaxing on a very quiet farm. Lots of mosquitos but it all adds to the bushveld experience."

    Daniel Kirstein, South Africa
  • "Thatch roof / grasdak"

    29 December 2012

    "This was our 3rd visit to the game farm and once again no disappointment, every thing was clean and neat. Am planning my next 10 day visit."

    Estelanie Grib, South Africa
  • "Long weekend getaway"

    02 May 2012

    "Thanks Mauritz, we had a wonderful stay. We really enjoyed the game farm. The entire family enjoyed the peaceful weekend away from the city."

    Charmaine Pillay, South Africa
  • "Summer visit"

    02 January 2012

    "This is an excellent venue if you want to get away from the city and noise around it. We thoroughly enjoy every minute we spent here. The first morning we were greeted by Mr Rhino. He left that morning to come back later and check us out. We looked at him, and he looked at us, and so five to 10 minutes were spent in dead silence. Great stuff. We went looking for more that morning and only saw a couple of water buck and giraffe. The next day we decide to go and look for more and we found zebra, giraffe and water buck, but no rhino. The morning of our last day we decided to take time to go through the farm again and we found tortuous, small and big. We took lots of photos. We found zebra watching us, and giraffe looking at us. We have really enjoyed our stay. It is very private, quiet and fun to just be on your own or with the family. We will be back again. Thanks Mauritz."

    Annetjie Pocock, South Africa
  • "Excellent"

    27 October 2011

    "A fantastic getaway from the city. We enjoyed ourselves immensely and took lots of close-up pics of the wild animals. My friend from Ireland enjoyed herself as well and we wished we could have stayed longer. The service was great."

    cheryl Mothoa, South Africa
  • "Very nice"

    05 September 2011

    "The place very nice and the owners are very friendly and down to earth. It needs a pool so that come summer people could be able to cool themselves. What I like about it is that there is peace of mind."

    Mapula Matlala, South Africa
  • "Lovely"

    15 August 2011

    "We had a lovely stay, however short. We would like to at some point return to explore the game farm."

    Rene Owens, South Africa
  • "Very nice"

    11 August 2011

    "It's a very quiet environment to relax in. We stayed in the guest house for two nights. The owners are very friendly and we had great breakfasts. Excellent hospitality."

    JOSIAH NKOANA, South Africa
  • "Friendly"

    24 May 2011

    "If all people were this friendly, the world would be a better place. Thank you for everything. See you soon."

    Frans Meyer, South Africa
  • "Brilliant weekend away"

    23 May 2011

    "Excellent hospitality, clean and neat, wonderful surroundings and peaceful. Had a lot of time to relax with the family."

    Charmaine Pillay, South Africa
  • "Great"

    07 February 2011

    "Baie dankie die boskamp is goed ingerig en ons het lekker gekuier. Ons het eers gedink daar is nie renosters nie maar die oggend vroeg voor ons uit ry verras hulle ons in die middel van die pad. Jammer ons kon nie langer gebly het nie.Thank you very much. The camp is very well equipped. We had a very nice stay. The rhinoceroces that surprised us in the middle of the road, was a highlight. We wish we could have stayed longer."

    Marlene de Lange, South Africa
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