At Tomjachu Bush Retreat you can experience an active holiday filled with activities, from game viewing and guided bush walks, to self-guided hiking, mountain biking and running. Or you can turn it down a notch and just rest and relax enjoying the spectacular views. Our nature drives are wonderful way to see the reserve and […]
We’ve recently been ranked as one of the top 10 honeymoon destinations in Nelspuit by Travelmyth. Travelmyth is the hotel recommendation engine for sophisticated travellers seeking unique holiday experiences. We are so grateful for this award as we work very hard to ensure honeymooners get to enjoy the extreme privacy we can offer in and […]
Renowned International travel writer Paul Heney, visited Tomjachu Bush Retreat recently. He commented that Tomjachu was indeed the highlight of his two-week South African adventure which we were over the moon about. During his stay, he also approached owner, Jack Fillery, asking him his opinions about self-driving holidays in South Africa. To find out what […]
Paul Heney, an international travel writer, recently visited Tomjachu Bush Retreat while travelling through South Africa. Pauls original itinerary included 4 nights in the famous Kruger National Park, but when he discovered there there was no availability a friend recommended Tomjachu Bush Retreat for an entirely different experience and his few nights with us seemingly […]
If a family wildlife holiday (family vacation) appeals or alternatively if you are looking for accommodation suitable for groups of friends that enjoy nature and the outdoors, Tomjachu Bush Retreat is the ideal small group holiday destination. The safe surroundings and garden spaces surrounding the Homestead, Villa and cottages provide you with the peace of […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]