Commissioned by the Britt More and the More Hotel Group in 2016.
A beautiful part of South Africa, north of the Waterberg and the Marakele National Park.
Rivers and mountains, with a wide variety of game, including animals from the dryer areas of Southern Africa (Botswana) but also including the Big 5.
A Dutchman, Paul van Vissengen (who had a long personal history with Marakele National Park), met Nelson Mandela who asked him to develop the area to create jobs and ensure the protection of this area. The park was established in 1994 and first called the Kransberg National Park. The name later changed to Marataba, the Tswana name meaning ‘Place of Sanctuary’.