Been there twice. An hour's drive from Pretoria. The last stretch is on gravel. The reserve's roads have suffered quite badly during the rains in March, but you can still go everywhere in a robust sedan. The place is great, if a bit strenuous because of the deep sand,for mountainbiking. Just perfect to cycle through and to come across hordes of zebras and bokkies. The true gem, though, is the Penduka Trail. Just six kilometres, but you will need between 90 minutes and two hours,depending on your fitness. But definitely worth the effort. You will be rewarded by a wonderful landscape, a romantic little river and very nice vistas. Particularly good in winter, when there are no crowds. The trail is easy to find, just follow the signs towards the Wilge river.
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