As part of their eco-initiative, Thaba Ya Batswana offers guided nature walks, hikes, group events, The Thaba Lions Educational Centre, mountain biking trails, stargazing and bush picnics. They are also involved in the Kliprivier Urban Biodiversity Corridor (KUBIC) that aims to create green urban corridors in Gauteng by fixing up the roadsides along Kliprivier road. The hotel is also run according to strict green policy in order to minimize environmental impact. To find out more about the eco-experiences offered at Thaba Ya Batswana click here.

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Thaba Ya Batswana is an eco-hotel and spa venue. It is surrounded by the Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve in Johannesburg and emphasis is placed on a variety of eco-activities and green initiatives.

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    Impala Road, Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, Kibler Park, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2091.

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    Monday - Sunday
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whardien Says:

The Service from Kim was more than excellent and also the food was perfect. My colleagues cannot stop saying thank you for a good time. We all agree that we most certainly recommend to family and...

243portiam Says:

The place is amazing , we really love it and enjoy staying there because it is nice and quiet . Love the fact that it is also surrounded by nature which we love most hence is our favorite holiday...

DDR1234 Says:

Had lunch at Kraal-kombuis: fabulous! Good food and good service and sat at their beautiful new E-bar: stunning decor! The new in-place to be seen and a great chill-out spot! Can also recommend the...

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