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THE VISION BEHIND SABLE HILLS ECO PARK

Primarily, as a result of ever spiralling costs, that true African bush-experience remains but an elusive dream for most people. However by dividing expenses amongst a group of ecologically minded people, the best property on the market may be acquired and infrastructure there-on erected, which would normally be prohibitively expensive for a single owner. On a development like this, all owners share on an equal basis, not only in the exclusivity and privacy of their Estate, but they also become directly involved in the day to day management of their investment via the Home Owners Association and they personally get to manage their main investment namely the Eco Park with all its assets.

FAUNA AND FLORA

The Mokolo Nature Reserve that forms part of our southern and eastern boundaries, probably ranks as the most underutilised Provincial Nature Reserve in South Africa. Sable Hills Eco Park with its many kilometers of river frontage, undulating mountains and rolling savannah, is an ideal habitat to a great variety of animal, bird and plant species. There is an abundance of Brown Hyena, Leopard, Lynx, Warthog, Porcupine, Kudu, Impala, Zebra, Mountain Reedbuck, Klipspringer, Brindled Gnu… the list goes on and on. Sable Hills is also a Birder's paradise and in addition boasts incredible fishing opportunities with no less than 28 species recorded in the Mokolo river system.

BIOSPHERE

Sable Hills Eco Park is situated about halfway between the towns of Lephalale (EllisRas) and Vaalwater and borders on the unspoilt 5,000 ha Mokolo Nature Reserve and the pristine Mokolo Dam. This 2,202 ha Development of lush bush-veld has the Mokolo river flowing for kilometres along one of its boundaries. In addition, Sable Hills Eco Park forms part of the world renowned Waterberg Biosphere which is an unique and visually captivating area situated in the Limpopo Province of South Africa.

The Waterberg Biosphere may be described as an area consisting of mountain ranges, grasslands, escarpments and valleys and it also serves as a reservoir for a large part of the Limpopo Province. In fact; - The Waterberg Mountains have been acclaimed by S.A.Tourism as "South Africa's hottest bush destination - A glorious malaria-free district!"