This year’s World Travel Market (WTM) Africa, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), will see Tomjachu Bush Retreat exhibiting together with an estimated 5000 travel industry professionals.
As a family owned private nature estate, Tomjachu Bush Retreat will be sharing some of the little secrets nature has hidden around the Tomjachu establishment which are designed to capture the hearts of all avid nature enthusiasts. Set in over 550 hectares of exquisite game fenced mountain bushveld, overlooking the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park and regal Bekker mountains, Tomjachu Bush Retreat brings landscapes to life.
Zebra Heights, Symphony Dam, and Gordon’s Pools are but a few of nature’s best secrets tucked away at Tomjachu.
Standing at 1030m, Zebra Heights is a breath-taking vantage point to Tomjachu Bush Retreat and the surrounding mountains and landscape. At sunset, the African sun paints the sky is an array of colours, silhouetting the acacia trees to creating an authentic feel of the African bush.
The thick bush peels away as one travels along Voortrekker road to expose Gordon’s Pools – a beautifully, secluded spot at the foot of a gently trickling waterfall where you can sit back and be surrounded by nothing but fresh mountain air and complete tranquillity.
Tucked into a small gulley below the plains stretching down from the main gate lies Symphony dam. With the melodious sounds in the early evening from an orchestra of frogs, the dam inarguably lives up to its name. This little dam stretches into the hills across the marsh, making it the ideal spot to let time wash over you whilst watching the Bee-eaters flit in and out of their holes in the dam wall.
All these locations have one thing in common, they are untouched by man and unique pieces moulded by Mother Nature herself. Tomjachu Bush Retreat brings these hidden gems and many more to WTM Africa 2017.
Visit the Tomjachu Bush Retreat stand at number S07 during WTM Africa, taking place at the CTICC from the 19th to the 21st of April 2017.