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Contact Beka Idube


31 Leeuwkloof, De Wagensdrift, Dinokeng North, Gauteng, South Africa
25°29'49.6"S 28°30'24.6"E

GPS Co-ordinates

S 25°, 29', 48.50"
E 28°, 30', 23.50"

Directions to Beka Idube.

  • From OR Tambo International Airport.
  • Take the N1 North towards Pietersburg (Polokwane).
  • Take the Sefako Makgatho Drive (Zambezi Drive) off-ramp, turn right on the R513 after the toll-gate.
  • At the second robot turn left onto the R573 Moloto Road towards Kwa Mhlanga.
  • Continue on the R573 for 32 Kilometres.
  • Turn left at White & Black sign Leeuwkloof Valley.
  • Continue to Security on Dirt Road past chicken farm.
  • Follow signs to Beka Idube.

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Read some of our reviews...

  • Thank you Coralezet for a wonderful and peaceful stay, we will most definitely be back. Lovely place, friendly staff - definitely coming back! Waking up to Zebras, Impalas and Wildebeest now that was special. Thank You! Virginia S. Jul 18, 2016
  • Once again, a big thank you to Chris, Coralezet and Nathan for a wonderful weekend. Every time that we have been there we felt like part of the family. Wonderful people and a beautiful place to chill, surrounded by bush with many visits from the Impala, Wildebeest, Zebra and occasionally the duiker. Thanks again for the informative tour of the miniature horses. We will most definately be back. Wayne.S Jul 7, 2015
  • A very special place run by special people. The ideal place to touch base with your soul... Luxury accommodation. VERY PRIVATE, Very good value for money. Paul.C Jan 7, 2015
  • It is very peaceful at Beka Idube. You can sit back with a book and watch the animals roam past your tent. Or for the bird lovers, you can hear and see a variety around your tent. Chantelle H. Sep 4, 2014
  • What a nice weekend break away! With arrival we immediately felt welcome, we were welcomed with a smile. Everything was explained to us nicely about where to put the lights on and how to do this and how to that. Chantelle S. Nov 4, 2013 (Johannesburg)
  • If you want to just relax and cool down in your.own little splashpool this is the place to go. With amazing hosts they leave you alone to enjoy the peace and tranquility and watch the zebras, wilderbeast and buck eating outside your tent. The tents are quite luxurious with a king size bed with a shower and toilet. This is defnitely the place to get away, relax and enjoy the bush. Caron A. Nov 4, 2013 (South Africa)