Makgabeng farm lodge lies south of the Blouberg and west of the Soutpansberg. Rising 200 metres above the bushveld surrounds, the Makgabeng Plateau is a dramatic stretch of 250 square kilometres of towering ochre cliffs and dramatic red sandstone rock formations. With its panoramic views of the magnificent Makgabeng, the lodge is perfectly positioned to enjoy a mountain getaway with a difference. Just a short drive takes you into the Makgabeng, renowned for its ancient rock art paintings dating back to the earliest African ancestors; a fascinating history that is best experienced for yourself. This owner-run lodge offers personalised service and tours into the Makgebeng to experience the 800 San, Khoikhoi and Northern Sotho rock art paintings with excellent guides.