Yes it is possible to purchase property as a non-resident of South Africa.
By sending us your details and detailed requirements we will contact you with information on available properties.
Yes we work with commercial lodges and are able to provide information on the business.
Yes we work with luxury private lodges ranging in size, number of beds & traversing areas.
Yes we specialize in land & lodges within the Greater Kruger National Park.
Yes we sell properties within shareblocks located within big 5 game reserves.
Yes we sell shares in luxury lodges
No we do not sell timeshare.
Yes we sell undeveloped land, send us your requirements and we will contact you will available opportunities.
Yes we do, by sending us your requirements we are able to provide you with relevant information on available properties within the region/country of choice.
Contact us directly with your requirements and we will assist in identifying suitable properties. We will supply all of the relevant information and assist in the co-ordination of site visits.
Free hold title is the ultimate land ownership in South Africa whereby the owner of the land holds the title deed to the property. The title holder of the land is registered in the Deeds office of South Africa and officially recognized as the property owner.
A shareblock scheme works on the basis whereby a holding company owns a certain area of land within a big 5 game reserve and there are existing private lodges within this portion of land. By purchasing shares within this holding company one receives the right of use of a specific lodge and the right to traverse the land owned by the company. It is possible to own these shares outright in which case the lodge is exclusively for the use of the shareholder. Alternatively it is possible to own a portion of a share in which case one would have a partner in the lodge .
A syndicate is a group of owners/members who own a lodge ie. shared ownership. A syndicate can have anywhere from 4 – 13 members. By owing a share in a syndicate one is entitled to make use of the lodge over certain periods of the year with guests. The benefit of a syndicate is that all costs of maintaining and running the lodge are shared equally.
The Greater Kruger National Park is the area located to the west of the Kruger National Park whereby land can be purchased/owned free hold title. This area is open to the Kruger National Park (all fences removed in 1994) and consists of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Manyeleti Game Reserve, Timbavati Game Reserve, Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, Umbabat Nature Reserve & Balule Private Game Reserve.