Wag-‘n-Bietjie Game Safaris is situated near Perdeberg (Paardeberg) in the South West Free State, approximately 40 km from Kimberley. The area is rich in history. Kimberley is well-known for the first diamond mines, but more so for the important battles fought in that area during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). There are remnants of British forts on the “koppies” (hills) on the farm. The Modder River runs through the farm. It was at the battle of Paardeberg on the banks of the Modder River where General Piet Cronje of the Boer forces surrendered to Lord Kitchener. This battle changed the outcome of the War as it was the first significant British victory of the War. The Paardeberg War Museum near the battlefield, and some 5 km from the farm, is open from Tuesday-Saturday. There are numerous other battlefields and Boer War heritage sites in the area.
Breeding animals that can excel in extreme weather conditions in a harsh environment.
A unique hunting experience for young and old accompanied by an experienced PH ensuring an unforgettable experience.
The “Spookhuis” on Grootvallei is a fully serviced facility situated near a waterhole on the open plains close to a number of seasonal pans. The house owes its name to the fact that it had been a derelict farmhouse, built almost a century ago. It was renovated and now offers comfortable accommodation in an eco-friendly environment with stunning views. The waterhole is frequented by Kudu, Gemsbok, Tsessebe, Zebra, Blouwildebeest, Hartebeest and various other smaller game species. There are three bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 people in single or king-size bed configurations, a fully equipped kitchen, indoor fire place, a boma with braai facilities and swimming pool.