The Waterberg Zipline is located in South Africa’s Limpopo Province in the Waterberg Mountains. The Waterberg is known for the archaeological finds of hominid fossils, rock art paintings and iron age artefacts. The many game reserves in the region are popular getaway destinations, attracting visitors from Gauteng and abroad.
This aerial tour is a two-and-a-half-hour extravaganza that showcases the fauna, flora and beauty of the area. Experienced guides not only ensure your safety as you ride the zip line from one platform to the next, they also point out interesting features and share their knowledge of the area.
The Waterberg’s riches include a diversity number of plant, indigenous tree and bird species as well as many wild flowers and animals.
After the excitement of the tour, relax at the Bushpig Inn restaurant for refreshments and meals.
Tours are scheduled to start every 45 minutes. Children from the age of 5 can do the tour and, for your safety, there is a maximum weight limit of 120kg.
The Thaba Monate Game Farm, where the Waterberg Zipline is located, lies just over an hour’s drive from Pretoria and two hours from Johannesburg. Only the final 1.6km to the gate is on a dirt road. The nearest town is Bela-Bela (formerly known as Warmbaths).