Timamoon offers a range of activities to keep you active or totally relaxed
Without having to move from your villa, you can indulge in some of our famous spa treatments.
Enjoy the peaceful surrounds and endless views whilst you are pampered by our experienced spa masseurs. All treatments use natural and organic products aimed at reducing stress and rejuvenating both body and mind. From a lime and papaya soy candle massage to the healing power of our signature cannabis butter massage or an all natural facial, this is an experience we all deserve.
Activities at Timamoon
Enjoy and explore Timamoon’s beautiful surroundings with these onsite activities.
Explore the natural beauty of the river valley on our 7km hiking trail. You might even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the vast array of wild life living in the area such as the endangered red duiker, monitor lizards, caracals, fish eagles and many more.
The hike is of an intermediate level and there is the recommended option for a guided hike, with an optional light lunch, should you wish to learn more about the trees and natural surroundings.
This has to be one of the ultimate mountain bike experiences; riding through the largest and most beautiful man made forest in the world.
Your experienced guide will share breath-taking views of distant mountains and wildlife before finding a picnic spot among the pine needles under canopy of trees for some refreshments and a light snack.
The bikes and gear will be supplied. It is an 8km easy ride that should not be missed.
Cast a line and catch your first Bass. Our experienced fishing guide will take you Bass fishing at a nearby private dam in the forest.
The guide will collect you from your villa for the short trip to the secluded dam. All your fishing gear will be supplied. Hooking a Bass is the easy part, but keeping it on the line is the real challenge. This is a very exciting and rewarding 2 hour experience with an option of a light picnic lunch at a nearby little waterfall
Activities near to Timamoon
Whether it’s an adrenaline kick your looking for or simply out to admire the natural beauty and history of the area, there are endless tours and activities on offer to suite all preferences. Below are a few of our favourites:
OPEN VEHICLE SAFARI
With the famous Kruger National Park only 30km away from us, this is a must do activity. The Kruger boasts an game density unrivalled by any other wildlife parks in the world and is home to the notorious BIG5.
Guests are collected directly from Timamoon and can choose from a morning, evening of full day safari all taken by experienced and knowledgeable guides.
The open safari vehicles allow for an unforgettable first hand bush experience involving all the senses.
THE PANORAMA ROUTE
Experience of the country’s most scenic drives.
The route climbs up into the Mpumalanga highlands and the north-eastern section of the Great Escarpment of the Drakensberg whilst bordering the largest vegetated canyon in the world; The Blyde River Canyon.
Take a guided tour to learn more about the rich history involving the historical escapades of the Voortrekkers into the area using only oxen and wagons to overcome the challenging terrain.
Be captivated by the natural beauty of the panorama route with it’s mystical mountain waterfalls, endless views and lush vegetation that almost transports you to a prehistoric realm.
Trips are taken out by professional guides and trails follow hand cut quad tracks through indigenous forests and blue gum plantations to spectacular water fall view points. The bikes are semi-automatic and easy to ride so beginners and experienced riders can enjoy exploring the Sabie River Valley.
Enjoy the natural splendour and excitement that the Sabie River has to offer on this adrenaline filled adventure. Two man inflatable rafts are taken on a half- day guided trip over grade two and three rapids.
Experience the thrill and freedom of gliding over one of the last remaining natural forested valleys along the Sabie River. The aerial cable trail takes you down into the valley basin, stopping along the way on a number of elevated platforms to admire the natural vegetation, birdlife and the views of the forest floor below. Each section of the trail varies in length from 70 to 230 meters linking a total of 10 platforms, making the total length of the trail 1.2km.
The view of the Sabie Valley from the sky is breathtaking with the full scope of the valley spread out before you whilst the river meanders slowly below. Your pilot will point out landmarks like the Northern Drakensberg and the thin green ribbon of the Sabie River.
The aircraft can take one passenger at a time and there are a variety of flights to choose from.