Hannah Game Lodge is situated close to Ohrigstad and encompasses 800 hectares of unspoiled African Bushveld. It has 68 thatched roof chalets situated along the edge of the mountain with views over its reserve.
The chalets have double or twin beds, with en-suite showers, toilets and wash basins as well as dressing areas. Coffee and tea making facilities are included. A private balcony offers views over the reserve and animals visiting a nearby water hole.
Nearby attractions include the Echo Caves, Moholoholo Endangered Bird of Prey Centre and the Ohrigstad Dam. Activities on offer in the area include fly fishing and a 9-hole golf course.
Mpumalanga Province lies to the north-east of South Africa. In the Mpumalanga Highveld you’ll find grassland savanna and trout-fishing villages. The Mpumalanga Lowveld is known for fruit farms, game farms, private game reserves and the Kruger National Park. In between lies the spectacular escarpment and Blyde River Canyon.
The small village of Ohrigstad is also known as the entrance to the Panorama Route. It was founded by the Voortrekker leader Andries Potgieter in 1845 and was abandoned due to Malaria in 1848. It was resettled in the 1900’s after the scourge of Malaria was brought under control.