Lama-Lama is situated 30 minutes North-East of Pretoria in the Savannah Bushveld on the tarred road between Moloto and Rust de Winter in the Gauteng Province of the Republic of South Africa.

Lama-Lama forms part of the Leeuwfontein Collaborative Game Reserve, a proclaimed Nature Reserve in terms of the National Environment Management: Protected Areas Act.  The reserve is managed by an owners association consisting of representatives of GDACE and the two private owners of properties forming part of the reserve.  The ecological management of the reserve is the domain of GDACE.

Lama-Lama is the ideal venue for nature lovers and bird watchers, for family and friends breakaways, team building breakaways, smaller conferences, lekgotla’s and bosberade.  Our accommodation is self-catered, but we have special fully catered packages for conferences should that be required.

Our beautiful church makes Lama-Lama the ideal wedding venue.  The church can accommodate up to 170 people.  The facilities in the bush camp are ideal for receptions.

We provide all the necessary utensils to make the stay at Lama-Lama an experience to remember. All our accommodation is supplied with Eskom power and is serviced daily. Firewood, gas and gas equipment, cooking utensils cutlery and crockery are provided.

GPS Coordinates:

25°21’36.0″S 28°35’35.8″E

or

-25.360000, 28.593278

 

Our bush camp is available as a unit only and sleep up to 13 people in 5 thatch roofed chalets. We tried to develop the camp to provide our guests all the luxuries without interfering with the bush atmosphere.

Our Buffalo Chalet is separate from the bush camp, about 500 meters away and consists of three bedrooms with three bathrooms, a very intimate living room with open plan kitchenette.  This chalet sleeps 6 (with two extra beds in the loft for children).

Our beautiful Church on the property was built in 2008 and can accommodate up to 170 people.

It is regularly used for church services and weddings.