Bordered by the Magaliesberg Mountains to the north - home to leopards and resident Cape vultures - and traversed by the Hekpoort River, Plumari Private Reserve is located between two of Gauteng's most picturesque regions: Hartebeespoort and Magaliesberg. This is a region of astounding natural beauty and stunning diversity; within its 6 200ha span, you'll find landscapes ranging from bushveld acacia to grass plains, poplar forests, rocky mountains and wetlands; a microcosm of South Africa's unique vegetal variety.
With a new horizon around every turn, the game reserve is remarkable for its scenic splendour, with vistas to be enjoyed from a multitude of viewpoints. More than this, its diversity provides a wide range of habitats for many different animal and bird species, with game roaming in vast herds.
Then there's the area's magic climate, with glorious sunshine creating a year-long summer. It is, in short, a rare find - a treasure where life unspools at its intended pace, bringing breath taking moments with it.