Tomjachu Bush Retreat was recently featured in the October / November issue of Lowveld Living Magazine. The Tomjachu experience is unlike any other and we feel that Lowveld Living Magazine has captured the true essence of our retreat very well.
Tomjachu Bush Retreat offers safari accommodation near the Kruger National Park for those seeking a sanctuary away from the crowds.
There is never a dull moment at Tomjachu. We are always looking to improve the environment for our guests and ‘wild guests’ alike. Here the team are working on Phase 1 of the new bird hide to be erected at Tom’s Dam. We are currently busy planting the poles for the hide and putting dead […]
Earlier this year Tomjachu entered the 2018 Lilizela Regional Tourism Awards. The award is aimed at recognising individuals and businesses that work hard to grow South Africa as a competitive global tourism destination. The awards ceremony was held on Friday 7th September where a panel of esteemed judges chose the winning participants. We are delighted […]
Here’s a short itinerary that works as a perfect 2 night or weekend package getaway into the bush. Armed with nothing more than your binoculars, a sun hat, comfy footwear, a weekend bag and a curiosity for Nature, take a three and a half hour drive from Johannesburg towards Nelspruit and head out of the […]
Get into Nature At Tomjachu we have a plethora of natural wonders waiting to be discovered. From the surrounding Bekker Mountains to the open bushveld that lays waiting for avid explorers who need an escape. The retreat offers a number of nature experiences, so we focused on a top three list for your bushveld getaway: […]
Two months ago the Mpumalanga region suffered its most severe hail storm in decades. On 28th June a cascade of icy stones the size of golf balls fell from the sky over Tomjachu in a barrage that lasted 20 minutes. Fortunately, the storm missed all of the guest accommodation by a mere 50 metres, but […]
Kruger Lowveld Tourism has confirmed that UNESCO has declared the Barberton-Makhonjwa Mountainlands as South Africa’s 10th World Heritage Site and Mpumalanga’s first! Long recognised by geologists as having World Heritage potential, the Barberton-Makhonjwa Mountainlands was placed on South Africa’s World Heritage Tentative List by UNESCO in June 2008. “As the government of the Republic of South […]
Conservation efforts across the globe have been increasing in recent years in reaction to the impact of overpopulation and unsustainable living practices which have devastated natural environments and ecosystems. In Southern Africa, we have witnessed the loss of large areas of indigenous habitats due to the spread of urban development and farming land. So far, […]