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I had no idea how popular the Brits area is for caravanners and campers until I visited the area. Bosveld Oase is a mere 15 minutes’ drive from the town of Brits, and is the new kid on the block, but owners Eugene and Elna Muller haven’t let the grass grow under their feet. On my visit, I watched while an extension to the campsite − roughly two rugby fields in size of neat Kikuyu grass sods − were laid out in one day. No expense has been spared at Bosveld Oase, the resort is really 5-star. There are 110

Words & Images Richard van Ryneveld Arendsnes lies some 32 kilometres northwest of Brits, on the R511 to Thabazimbi. After turning off the tar road, one crosses a long bridge over the Crocodile River. When I stopped just after the bridge to take a picture, I saw a flash of iridescent blue − it was a malachite kingfisher; and a Giant Heron stood motionless at the water’s edge some distance away. You can’t miss Arendsnes’ big stone entrance gate, with its African fish eagle sign inviting you in. The farm is also a game farm, with zebra, waterbuck, impala, kudu,

This game farm is the perfect getaway: a place to unwind, and just the place for the school holiday, or long weekends, with your children and pets. The venue is located in the north-eastern part of the North West Province known as Bojanala, and within easy reach of Pretoria, Joburg and Rustenburg. Review and image by Brian Jefferies They have 58 grassed, electrified and partially-shaded stands. Four of these stands have a private shower, toilet, wash basin, and kitchen area with sink and shelves. Each stand has a 20-amp breaker and uses the normal three-point plug, with a water-point per

Klein Paradys is a quiet and tidy fourstar resort situated in the North West province, a mere 17 km from Brits. Its lush lawns and vegetation, as well as the natural beauty of its surroundings, make it an excellent breakaway spot. The campsite boasts 80 standard stands, beautiful family ablution blocks, 20 exclusive stands with their own ablution facilities, and chalets. Everyone gets power points, taps (with drinkable water) and portable braais. Review by Kobus Botha The campsites are sheltered by an abundance of shady trees or net shading. The ablutions are spotless and of a high standard, with 20