Imbasa Safari in Siyancuma Rural, Northern Cape
We wish to welcome you to Imbasa Safari, located in the top area for hunting, just outside Kimberley, in the malaria-free Northern Cape, which is well known for its fertile ground, thus guaranteeing healthy animals and top quality trophies.
Imbasa Safari is a top quality safari camp and the steady return of satisfied clients, year after year, is testimony to its success. Our skilled and friendly staff strive to give you the ultimate African experience – a stay to remember!
Our aim is to make sure that our hunters have a thrilling and memorable hunt, whether you do plains game hunting, Big Five, or bird shooting. Our professional hunters and trackers are highly experienced and are skilled, ethical sportsmen who will ensure that you look back on your safari and the manner in which each trophy was taken with pride.
At Imbasa we offer rifle and bow hunting, with experienced professional hunters and the best local trackers. On our 2 000 hectares of savannah bushveld grounds you will find plenty of plains game. We also offer 30 000 hectares of hunting concessions in the immediate surrounding areas and 30 000 hectares in the Eastern Cape. The hunting technique used is mainly walk and stalk. South Africa is a paradise for plains game hunting with an abundance of species. The plains game hunt is an affordable and exiting hunt. The species available varies from region to region, please contact us for more information about the game available on our hunting grounds and concessions.
Imbasa Safaris provide a marvelous retreat from the hustle and bustle of every day life with its air of tranquility, magnificent scenery and wildlife on its doorstep.
Set next door to the 20 000 hectare Mokala National Park where visitors can view black and white rhino, Cape buffalo, roan antelope, tsessebe, giraffe and many other plains game plus intriguing birds, such as martial eagles and Cape vultures.
We also offer:
- Riding Safaris which is a wonderful way to get up close to view the animals.
- Walking Safaris.
- Night and Stargazing Safaris.
- Kiddies Safaris.
- Out of the Big Five you will have the opportunity to encounter rhino and buffalo.
It is the perfect place to bring your family and friends!
The Imbasa team has created a top class lodge with luxury accommodation, a home away from home, where you will experience the best of what Africa has to offer.
We can accommodate up to 16 adults in double rooms, suite and private bungalow:
- 1 Bungalow with Victorian Bath and Nature Shower (sleeps 4 persons, usually 2 adults plus 2 children in the loft, extra bed for child can be added)
- 1 Suite with Victorian Bath and Air–con (sleeps 2)
- 2 Family Rooms with 1 queen size bed and 1 bunk bed per room
- 4 Double Rooms (two beds)
Our outdoor bar and braai area is a popular spot for sharing exciting stories about your day, whilst sipping an ice cold G&T.
A range of animals such as Springbuck and Impalas roam freely around the accommodation area.
In our Spa you can pamper yourself with a massage or a relaxing sauna after a long day in the bush.
Other Nearby Activities
Imbasa has two beautiful 18 hole golf courses in its proximity. The Kimberley Golf Club was established in 1890 and is seeped in history and Magersfontein Memorial. This recently opened 18 hole course is built on historic ground where Bushmen lived for thousands of years.
Fly Fishing, white water tubing and canoeing
Lillydale is one of the top fly fishing destinations in South Africa. Lillydale is situated along the Rietriver and also offers white water tubing (OK for kids too), canoeing, and fantastic views. At a fly fishing excursion you will be hosted by a professional fly fishing guide who will provide boats, rod and tackle and any assistance you may require. The fishing is based on a catch and release policy, so don’t forget to bring your camera!
Kimberley is famous as a diamond centre and guests can visit the incredible “Big Hole“, the diamond museum and 1890′s replica township. A visit to the “Big Hole” (the second largest man-made excavation in the world) will encompass two distinct experiences. Diamond Rush will reflect the history of Kimberley through the museological depiction of times past, including living conditions, entertainment experiences as well as trade and industry. The new Diamond World experience showcases the unique attractions of diamonds. Visitors will be taken through all aspects of the magic of diamonds, from creation, how diamonds are recovered, treated, cut and polished, through to sales and marketing.
A trip along the Anglo-Boer War & Battlefields Route Tour and a visit to Magersfontein with its museum commemorating one of the most battles of the war, gives the visitor a unique historical experience.
Rock Art and San Culture
Visit the Wildebeest Kuil Museum at Platfontein, just outside Kimberley, to see historic San (bushman) rock art, traditional San craft work and fine art, and to learn the story of a resilient people who are determined not just to survive, but to thrive.
Go skiing the South African way; on water! Enjoy a day on the riverbanks of the great Vaal River for a fun experience.
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