Junior Wildlife

Educational Excursions

Moholoholo is dedicated to nature conservation for kids, proudly contributing through education in a fun and friendly environment for today’s youth. We believe that it is our duty to instil awareness from a young age in order to protect our natural heritage.

Moholoholo is situated at the foot of the spectacular Northern Drakensberg Mountain Range in the Limpopo Province. Located in Lowveld Acacia Woodland it has become a preferred destination for nature enthusiasts, as well as large school and wildlife interest groups.

Moholoholo is home to a wide variety of animals and birds and learners might get the opportunity to encounter Rhino, Buffalo, Hippo and Leopard, to name but a few.

Here at Moholoholo we offer tailor-made Junior Wildlife packages for school groups in which they can participate in a wide range of ecological and conservation activities.

One of the highlights of the stay is the “sleep out” under the beautiful African sky. As part of our educational programme, groups pay a visit to our world-renowned Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for injured and endangered wildlife – an experience that will leave you with lasting memories.

Moholoholo is approximately 70 kilometres from the Kruger National Park’s Orpen Gate and is the perfect destination to explore the beautiful Lowveld region of South Africa.

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Students are accommodated in comfortable and neat thatched double chalets. Each chalet can accommodate up to a maximum of 8 students per chalet. Each chalet has its own toilet, basin and two showers. We supply all bedding which consists of blankets, a pillow and sheets. Please bring your own towels. Students must also bring along their own sleeping bags for the “sleep out”.

Teachers are accommodated in comfortable two-bedded thatched chalets, each with its own veranda, fridge and en suite bathroom. We supply all bedding and towels. Teachers must also bring their own sleeping bags along for the “sleep out”.


The camp has an outside Boma and braai area as well as a modern, open plan, thatched roof area where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served and where all lectures and discussions can take place.

There is a swimming pool on the premises that may be used at own risk. A key will be handed to the teachers who will take responsibility for their students.


There is no telephone at the Camp but cellular reception is good.
There is a doctor in close proximity. Please notify us of any allergies or other medical conditions.
Please consult your doctor on malaria medication.


For detailed info on our nature conservation for kids’ program, click below.