The Waterberg Biosphere is a massif of approximately 15,000 square kilometres located in the northern region of South Africa's Limpopo Province. The Waterberg is the first region in the northern part of South Africa to be named as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The extensive rock formation of South Africa's Waterberg Biosphere was shaped over millions of years of riverine erosion to yield diverse bluff and butte landform. This unique ecosystem is dry deciduous forest or Bushveld. Within the Waterberg, there are archaeological finds dating to the Stone Age, and early evolutionary finds related to the origin of humans have been found here.
Towns in the Waterberg region of South Africa / Limpopo Province:
- Town of Bela Bela / Warmbaths
- Town of Vaalwater
Game Reserves in the Waterberg region of South Africa / Limpopo Province:
- Lapalala Game Reserve
- Mabalingwe Game Reserve
- Mabula Game Reserve: Mabula Game Lodge
- Marakele Game Reserve
- Welgevonden Game Reserve: Sediba Game Lodge, Clifftop Game Lodge, Shibula Game Lodge, Nedile Game Lodge, Nungubane Game Lodge, Clearwater Game Lodge, Ekuthuleni Game Lodge, Mhondoro Game Lodge, Pitse Game Lodge, Tshwene Game Lodge