The wildlife is viewed by the members in their own private game vehicles at any time of the day or night. Here you can sit at a waterhole watching game or see the sun go down over the Mariepskop mountain enjoying a sundowner. The reserve is registered as a shareblock under the Shareblock Control Act of South Africa. It is situated on the Northern banks of the Olifants River, between Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa. It consists of 3030 hectares and its members enjoy a further 6200 hectares of traversing on Olifants River Game Reserve which is linked by a causeway spanning the Olifants river. ONGR forms part of the Greater Olifants River conservancy.
It is unfenced and open to the Kruger Park allowing a free and natural migration pattern of the animals. The recent dropping of fences between the Kruger Park and Mozambique has enhanced this freedom of movement.
A diversity of fauna and flora is seen in this Big 5 reserve. The members are committed to the management and conservation of the reserve and its surrounding neighbours. Members are also active in establishing strong ties with the local community through various projects.
All the houses on the reserve are built to aesthetically pleasing guidelines consisting of thatch and plaster. The location for each unit was chosen with great care allowing for a minimal footprint and blending into the surrounding bushveld. Members also have access to a lovely clubhouse with a swimming pool and lapa area.