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Ghost rock ledge ruins at Kilima Private Game Reserve and Spa

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Ghost rock ledge (ruins) is amazing and complex the ruins were formed by regular rectangular granite stones, carefully placed one upon the other by a local tribe that possibly stayed on the mountain in the late 19th century.

This Ghost Rock ledge is part of the magical mystery that is the Limpopo province. So many stories have been told around camp fires in the past of the people who use to live here. There are many theories from the Ba Phani people to Bushmen that use to roam here. With the Boers that moved through the province a few hunderd years, it caused the province to be written part of the South African story. Orginally Limpopo was called the Northern Transvaal after South Africa become a country then later after 1994 it was called the Northern Province. However the province had a name change again in 2003 and one name suggestion was Mapungubwe (after the Mapungubwe findings) but it was name after the great Limpopo province that moves life through here.

 

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Mulati Safari Camp got it's name from the Mulati river that gives life to this part of the bushveld. It draws animals and birds to the water and fills with high summer rain falls. The waterhole close to camp is never ending natural real life documentary that is shows zebra's, giraffes, warthogs and even rhino coming for a drink. In winter the beautiful green colour changes to the colour of a lion skin and brings a new magical feel to Mulati Safari Camp. The tempratrues in winter is mild and warm, days can reach up to 28 C and nights can cool down to 8 C. This weather makes it prefect for game drives.

Why don't you come visit the Rain Queen province and come believe in some magic, reach back to your roots and enjoy a relaxing weekend getaway at Mulati Safari Camp

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