It is also the perfect location for conferences and functions, providing the very best in African inspiration. Five conference rooms can accommodate groups of 15 to 400 delegates. Professional staff are on hand to help organise meetings, getaways and special weddings or birthdays.
The mysterious Waterberg is thousands of years old and one of South Africa’s most important San Rock Art areas. It is home of the Ndebele, the Rain Queen, the Diamond Route – and the legendary Oppikoppie Music Festival. From the resort, guests can visit the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site, Bela Bela Warm Bath Springs and the Makapan’s Caves. Game drives in nearby reserves provide a peek into the world of the Big Five, hippos, gigantic crocodiles and magnificent raptors. Birders can glimpse some of the 300 resident species.
At Gooderson SanRock Resort & Conference Centre, there’s a variety of accommodation options. Bed & Breakfast guests are accommodated in the hotel’s 30 twin Rooms and 4 executive suites. 18 self-catering chalets can house groups of four, six, eight and ten. All are fully furnished and equipped with DSTV, a kitchenette, open plan lounge and dining room area, and an en-suite bathroom.
For adventurers, in the area there is sky diving, 4 x 4 routes, quad biking or fishing. At Gooderson Sanrock sport and recreational facilities that include, tennis and volleyball, two sparkling swimming pools, the Wild Fig Bar & Gardens entertainment area and the Raptors Restaurant as well as a 40 seater heated Jacuzzi.