Moholoholo Ya Mati

by Feb 25, 20210 comments

Have you ever thought of a destination Wedding? Or a Fairy Tale Wedding?

Nestled at the mouth of the third largest canyon in the world, in an amphitheatre of rock, powering up towards the heavens, lush riverine forest caressed by crystal waters, a select symphony of nature’s creatures as witness, this is Moholoholo Ya Mati, “By the Water”.

Situated on the banks, and at the mouth of the Blyde River Canyon, surrounded by the mighty Drakensberg Mountains in the Lowveld of the Limpopo Province of South Africa.

Visit this magical venue and let them ease you through the best day of your lives. Experience a kaleidoscope of textures and materials in the rock and thatch chalets, chapel and restaurant. Seductively placed within this paradise is a white marquee tent for slightly larger receptions. Through this myriad of architectural delight, flows beautiful green lawns on fertile soils, interspersed with massive, age-old, majestic Jackal berry trees and friends.

Natural, and designed gardens mixed with indigenous flora, spiced in between with an exotic, weave their way in and around structures, moulding a perfect backdrop for any dream wedding day. Photos can be taken on a game drive vehicle, near a termite mound or acacia trees, with a variety of animals, making unique opportunities and memories of a wedding in Africa.


Their well-trained staff will see to your every need from beginning to end. Food to fill and service to match of the highest quality. No task too big or too small, leaving you with a relaxing, stress-free day to remember. Extra accommodation can easily be arranged for family and friends in either their own or nearby lodges or bed and breakfasts of your choice. Let them be of service to you, share your experience of a magic destination wedding with them. For assistance with your destination, Moholoholo Ya Mati, Wedding in Africa, contact Marisa at their head office.

Contact Details:
Marisa Reinach 084 511 3000 / 072 191 2024

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