The SpaceBuilt in 1937, the Farmhouse has been lovingly restored to its original splendour with high ceilings, spacious living areas and old family photos on the long passage walls. Here you can step back in time and enjoy conversation around the kitchen table or play boardgames in front of the fireplace. Try out the magical "blue bathroom" where you shower in warm sunlight under an accacia tree, looking out onto the tree ferns and terraced gardens. Relax on comfy chairs on the spacious stoep in hidden, ivy-clad corners and simply absorb the mesmerising views or enjoy a sociable time around the braai fire under a million stars while bushbabies and Wood Owls call into the night. Guest AccessThe homely kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering although breakfast, lunch or dinner can be brought to your kitchen hot and ready to eat (book meals with our chef at least a week in advance).
The Farmhouse is delightfully off-the-grid, and there are a gas fridge and freezer, 6-plate stove (with an oven) and hot-water geysers, as well as solar, candle and gas lighting.
The Farmhouse is serviced daily and linen and towels are provided.
There is a weber-barbecue and a sociable barbecue area in the garden. (Black Wattle firewood provided)
Go on walking paths, hiking trails, sunset 4x4 drives, adventure mountain bike trails, guided birding walks, learn the art of fly-fishing or go on a real-life village tour.
As one of the world’s top Eco destinations, we are both committed to ensuring our guests' privacy and to the protection of our environment. We are passionate about what we do and we believe that shows.
At Kurisa Moya we value you, our guest, above all, and we aim to make your stay a relaxing and memorable experience. Interaction with GuestsKurisa Moya is owner-run so the Manager and staff are always on hand to assist with any questions you may have. However, privacy and tranquillity are the key-words at Kurisa Moya so we make sure that your privacy is respected at all times. The NeighborhoodThis eco-lodge offers beauty in nature, peace and tranquility, close to birds and animals. You can go on walking paths, hiking trails, mountain bike trails 4x4 drives, guided birding walks with South Afica's top bird guide, David Letsoalo, learn the art of fly-fishing, do a village tour or go on mountain bike trails.
The Magoebaskloof hot spot is one of the most scenic and popular in the Limpopo. An area of high rain fall this green mountain region offers a wide diversity of tourism attractions. Boasting a tree population of some 300 tree species its heart is the Magoebaskloof indigenous forest, the second largest indigenous forest in the interior of Southern Africa. Its capital and entrance gate is the picturesq village of Haenerzberg – the only true tourism village of the Limpopo.
The Magoebaskloof forests and plantations.
The many quaint shops of Haenerzberg
The Debengeni Water Falls
The Ebeneaezer, Magoebaskloof and Tzaneen dams
The Cheriot Halt with its cherry trees and azaleas
Things to do
Visit the Cherry Blossom Spring Festival. It is the highlight of the Year when the whole area become one major tourism attraction and the cherry blossoms and azaleas become a feast for the eye.
Take the Magoebaskloof Hiking Trail through the heart of the forest.
Take a stroll through Haenerzberg
Go on a guided tour of the area.
Go on a self-drive weekend through the trails through the forests.
Visit the Debengeni Water Falls for a refreshing swim in summer and a beautiful picnic anytime.
Getting AroundIt is best to have a car to travel to Kurisa Moya so you can explore your surroundings. However, we can organise transfers from Polokwane airport if you need it. Other Things to Note
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If necessary, camera batteries or mobile phones can be charged at the office on the solar system