Welcome to Dimalachite, Parys - Vaalaalriver. Our aim is to develop skills needed to improve your team’s working relationships and reliance on each other

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UNFORGETTABLE TEAM BUILDING EXPERIENCE.

Dimalachite is one of South Africa’s most prestigious team building venues.

Our team building events provide lots of fun BUT focus on building a strong bond

between team members and encourage a positive attitude through problem solving,

creative thinking, building trust, improving communication.

Our aim is to develop skills needed to improve your team’s working relationships and

reliance on each other.

You can go white water rafting, go on a game drive, walk over red hot coals, participate in

a all fun survivor challenge (team activities), take part in an interactive drumming session,

participate in a potjiekos competition etc.

Themed evenings are also popular - Cowboy, Hawaiian etc

Instead of a formal dinner, you may prefer an evening around a camp-fire in our Vintage

Boma where our chef will prepare a BIG Free-state braai, delicious Potjiekos or our

chef’s special Boerekos.

You can perhaps choose make your own “potjie” around the fire or surprise your friends

with your own classic cocktail!!

Your company may visit us for day of fun in the sun, or make a weekend out of it! One

thing is for sure - you will have fun, and will know and understand each other better after

your visit!!

Our vision

You are our countries future. Your staff needs the best opportunity to develop into a formidable TEAM and that is where we would apply our skills.

Our mission 

To have a positive impact on every delegate while visiting us. To provide the delegates with life skills by means of activities that they participate in. To give them the opportunity to experience positive group dynamics. To provide them with enough opportunity to develop their own personal leadership skills. To develop a Toyota “Kaizin” attitude. [I know i have done well, but how can i improve]

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DIMALACHITE  Corporate Team building Parys -Vaal River                  

Dimalachite is close to Parys on the banks of the Vaal river, only one and a half hour

drive from Gauteng,

Great accommodation in lodges and chalets, as well as camping sites on the river front.

Fully equipped and air-conditioned conference room and lovely “Vintage BOMA” for

evenings around a camp-fire.

Team building games

Dimalachite is close to Parys on the banks of the Vaal river, only one and a half

hour drive from Gauteng,

Great accommodation in lodges and chalets, as well as camping sites on the

river front.

Our fully equip and air-conditioned conference room and lovely “Vintage BOMA”

for evenings around a camp-fire.

DIMALACHITE  Corporate Team building Parys -Vaal River                  

UNFORGETTABLE TEAM

BUILDING EXPERIENCE.

Dimalachite is one of South Africa’s most

prestigious team building venues.

Our team building events provide lots of

fun BUT focus on building a strong bond

between team members and encourage a

positive attitude through problem solving,

creative thinking, building trust, improving

communication.

Our aim is to develop skills needed to

improve your team’s working relationships

and reliance on each other.

You can go white water rafting, go on a

game drive, walk over red hot coals,

participate in a all fun survivor challenge

(team activities), take part in an interactive

drumming session, participate in a

potjiekos competition etc.

Themed evenings are also popular -

Cowboy, Hawaiian etc

Instead of a formal dinner, you may prefer

an evening around a camp-fire in our

Vintage Boma where our chef will prepare

a BIG Free-state braai, delicious Potjiekos

or our chef’s special Boerekos.

You can perhaps choose make your own

“potjie” around the fire or surprise your

friends with your own classic cocktail!!

Your company may visit us for day of fun

in the sun, or make a weekend out of it!

One thing is for sure - you will have fun,

and will know and understand each other

better after your visit!!

Our vision

You are our countries future. Your staff needs the best opportunity to develop into a formidable TEAM and that is where we would apply our skills.

Our mission 

To have a positive impact on every delegate while visiting us. To provide the delegates with life skills by means of activities that they participate in. To give them the opportunity to experience positive group dynamics. To provide them with enough opportunity to develop their own personal leadership skills. To develop a Toyota “Kaizin” attitude. [I know i have done well, but how can i improve]
River Activities Enjoy a day of fun in the son!

Mild to Wild White Water Rafting

This is our most popular white-water rafting trip. It includes the, highest grade rapid, the longest rapid and the best rapids on the Vaal river. Adrenalin packed white water rafting at its best! This trip on the Vaal river starts from Fleet-woods and has rapids like the Gaping Jaws and Paradise where you will be served with a cold-drink, and learn how to surf with a “croc” for a start. This is followed by Dog’s leg, V-Trap and Stepping stones. Up to here it wasn’t very tactical and give you time to get into the feeling of handling the paddle and steer the raft. From Bistro you will enjoy “real” white water, through Theatre (the longest rapid “800meter”) and the one and only “GATSIEN”, where you will be able to play in the rapid with the guides. From here you will paddle through Lovers Lane and Knuckle Crusher down to Dimalachite, after a Great day on the river. We are 20 year in the industry, and because of our great guides who runs the river very professionally, we never had an incident on the river. We supply all safety equipment, and you will enjoy a safety talk before departing from Fleetwoods. We can fit this session in during a morning or afternoon session.    Gate to Dome Paddling and Rafting This stretch is shorter and do not have the same kind of rapids as the “Mild to Wild”. You will paddle through beautiful nature and bird-life. It has one stretch of rapids and then flat water flowing through the Dome World Heritage Site. It covers 3 km in around two and a half hour, and is also great for a “sun downer” for school groups.

Relay On Rafts

A GREAT team activity. Each team receive a raft, two paddles and two life jackets. When the whistle blow, they must put on their life jackets, grab the paddles, push the raft into the river and start paddling around an island in front of the camp. The rest of the team shout and motivate them from the side, while the next two paddlers prepare to take over as soon as they beach. The team help to get the next two paddlers dressed and send them on their way with a flying start. The same motivation from the side for each team again. The winner s the team that finish the number of rounds in the relay first. Raft building Each team receive three rafts, planks, poles and ropes with witch they must build a big Raft. Their team Flag must accompany them all the way! When finished building the raft, the team launch it into the river and must push and paddle with their hands to a rondevue on the other side of the river, where they will find two paddles. Following the instructions, they must now paddle to different rondevues on the river. The winning team is the team that build the best Raft, work best together as a team and finished first. River Games Relaxed paddling on flat water on the river. During this session teams will play ball games making use of a big ball and their paddles. Splashing etc will occur and they will get whet. At the end each team build a tower with their rafts by stacking them on top of each other. All team members must now be on the raft, and they must paddle it back to the launch site. Teamwork, good communication and planning will help a lot.  

Mild to Wild White Water Rafting

This is our most popular white-water rafting trip. It includes the, highest grade rapid, the longest rapid and the best rapids on the Vaal river. Adrenalin packed white water rafting at its best! This trip on the Vaal river starts from Fleet-woods and has rapids like the Gaping Jaws and Paradise where you will be served with a cold-drink, and learn how to surf with a “croc” for a start. This is followed by Dog’s leg, V-Trap and Stepping stones. Up to here it wasn’t very tactical and give you time to get into the feeling of handling the paddle and steer the raft. From Bistro you will enjoy “real” white water, through Theatre (the longest rapid “800meter”) and the one and only “GATSIEN”, where you will be able to play in the rapid with the guides. From here you will paddle through Lovers Lane and Knuckle Crusher down to Dimalachite, after a Great day on the river. We are 20 year in the industry, and because of our great guides who runs the river very professionally, we never had an incident on the river. We supply all safety equipment, and you will enjoy a safety talk before departing from Fleetwoods. We can fit this session in during a morning or afternoon session.    Gate to Dome Paddling and Rafting This stretch is shorter and do not have the same kind of rapids as the “Mild to Wild”. You will paddle through beautiful nature and bird-life. It has one stretch of rapids and then flat water flowing through the Dome World Heritage Site. It covers 3 km in around two and a half hour, and is also great for a “sun downer” for school groups.

Relay On Rafts

A GREAT team activity. Each team receive a raft, two paddles and two life jackets. When the whistle blow, they must put on their life jackets, grab the paddles, push the raft into the river and start paddling around an island in front of the camp. The rest of the team shout and motivate them from the side, while the next two paddlers prepare to take over as soon as they beach. The team help to get the next two paddlers dressed and send them on their way with a flying start. The same motivation from the side for each team again. The winner s the team that finish the number of rounds in the relay first. Raft building Each team receive three rafts, planks, poles and ropes with witch they must build a big Raft. Their team Flag must accompany them all the way! When finished building the raft, the team launch it into the river and must push and paddle with their hands to a rondevue on the other side of the river, where they will find two paddles. Following the instructions, they must now paddle to different rondevues on the river. The winning team is the team that build the best Raft, work best together as a team and finished first. River Games Relaxed paddling on flat water on the river. During this session teams will play ball games making use of a big ball and their paddles. Splashing etc will occur and they will get whet. At the end each team build a tower with their rafts by stacking them on top of each other. All team members must now be on the raft, and they must paddle it back to the launch site. Teamwork, good communication and planning will help a lot.  
River Activities Enjoy a day of fun in the son!
Team-building & Leadership Develop a “Kaizin” attitude

Introduction:

A corporate group are always great to work with. They normally have certain skills and a specific personality - therefore they have been identified as leaders. We will consult with the teacher in charge of the group beforehand to determine what the objectives (outcomes) of the camp must be. We will then provide him/her with a specific program that will attend to his/her needs. Activities: We make use of the activities with emphasis on positive participation and leadership. We will for instance appoint a team member as leader during an activity, and all the other team members must be prepared to take over the leadership role at any time. This will force everyone to participate in the planning, listen to all options and to other participants insets during the planning, be active during execution and to know exactly how the activity must be executed. Some students may for instance be blindfolded, and his “friend” must lead him/her through an activity. This will force clear communication from the leader. Sessions in conference hall: Sometimes the teachers wants to conduct conference sessions with the group where they discuss for instance the school’s rules, disciplinary procedures and specific duties they need from the leaders etc. We will provide enough time for that in the itinerary if requested. We can also conduct leadership sessions where our professional facilitator handle specific subjects, for instance: - Leadership identification - Leaders makes a difference - The best leaders listen carefully - What type of leader are you You are welcome to provide us with specific subjects (outcomes) to be handled by the facilitator. White Water Rafting: A camp must be unforgettable, and what can be a better way to conclude a camp with a great adventurous White Water Rafting. The students love it and enjoy themselves tremendously. They will show the photos to everyone, as it will make their camp. This activity will bring them closer together - it will bond the group in a positive manner. Potjiekos competition: This is a great team activity. Some team members will do the potjie while others are decorating the table. We provide all the raw ingredients. Our facilitators will be judges, and will announce the winning team.
Team-building & Leadership Develop a “Kaizin” attitude

Introduction:

A positive group of delegates are always great to work with. They normally have certain skills and a specific personality, therefore we will identify each delegate’s specific role and potential in the corporate environment. We will consult with management in charge of the group beforehand to determine what the objectives (outcomes) of the visit must be. We will then provide him/her with a specific program that will attend to his/her needs. Activities: We will make use of the activities with emphasis on positive participation and leadership. We will for instance appoint a delegate as leader during an activity, and all the other delegates must be prepared to take over the leadership role at any time. This will force everyone to participate in the planning, listen to all options and to other participants insets during the planning, be active during execution and to know exactly how the activity must be executed. Some delegates may for instance be blindfolded, and his “friend” must lead him/her through an activity. This will force clear communication from the leader. Sessions in conference hall: We can also conduct a sessions where our professional facilitator handle specific subjects, for instance: - Personality identification - Each delegate makes a difference - The best leaders listen carefully - What type of leader are you You are welcome to provide us with specific subjects (outcomes) to be handled by the facilitator. White Water Rafting: A camp must be unforgettable, and what can be a better way to conclude a camp with a great adventurous White Water Rafting. The delegates will love it and enjoy themselves tremendously. They will show the photos to everyone, as it will make their visit unforgettable. This activity will bring them closer together - it will bond the group in a positive manner. Potjiekos competition: This is a great team activity. It will be conducted in our lovely outside boma alongside a camp fire. Some team members will do the poitjie while others are decorating the table. We provide all the raw ingredients. Our facilitators will be judges, and will announce the winning team.
      Team Spirit!  Develop a positive Team Spirit
Arrive at Dimalachite - welcome and unpack. This form an integral part of most, but not all of our programs. Ice Breaker Games: Break all possible existing boundaries. Group divide into teams.

Positive Team Spirit: (OPTIONAL)

TEAM FLAG: Each team develop a team flag that will form part of the team for the rest of the visit. We supply all equipment like material, paint etc. Each team get the opportunity to display their flag to the judges The team must describe the meaning of each section of the flag. “WAR CRY” Each team develop a "WAR CRY" that must be used by the team during their stay. Each team get the opportunity to execute their “War Cry” to the judges The team must describe the meaning of their “War Cry”
Arrive at Dimalachite - welcome and unpack. This form an integral part of most, but not all of our programs. Ice Breaker Games: Break all possible existing boundaries. Group divide into teams.

Positive Team Spirit: (OPTIONAL)

TEAM FLAG: Each team develop a team flag that will form part of the team for the rest of the visit. We supply all equipment like material, paint etc. Each team get the opportunity to display their flag to the judges The team must describe the meaning of each section of the flag. “WAR CRY” Each team develop a "WAR CRY" that must be used by the team during their stay. Each team get the opportunity to execute their “War Cry” to the judges The team must describe the meaning of their “War Cry”
      Team Spirit!  Develop a positive Team Spirit
Programs Programs that suits your needs
White water rafting 
Team building 
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Leadership 
Adventure 
Request a quote:
PROGRAM OPTIONS and INFO: - All programs will include Team Games, Group Dynamics and Fun activities. - It may includes one or two sessions facilitated by a professional facilitator on request. - Programs can be fitted into one of the following time frames: - Two day - one night (For instance Friday day afternoon to Saturday afternoon) - cheaper option. - Three day - two nights (For instance Friday afternoon to Sunday lunch) - normal option. - We can provide a program over multiple days. - Ask for a special discount during midweek visit (Sunday to Friday). - Catering, bar and accommodation are available. - Programs can be adjusted to suit your individual needs. Send us you requirements, and we will send you a tailor-made quotation. ACTIVITIES & OUTCOMES:
White water rafting 
Team building 
.
Leadership 
Adventure 
Programs Programs that suits your needs
PROGRAM OPTIONS and INFO: - All programs will include Team Games, Group Dynamics and Fun activities. - It may includes one or two sessions facilitated by a professional facilitator on request. - Programs can be fitted into one of the following time frames: - Two day - one night (For instance Friday day afternoon to Saturday afternoon) - cheaper option. - Three day - two nights (For instance Friday afternoon to Sunday lunch) - normal option. - We can provide a program over multiple days. - Ask for a special discount during midweek visit (Sunday to Friday). - Catering, bar and accommodation are available. - Programs can be adjusted to suit your individual needs. Send us you requirements, and we will send you a tailor-made quotation. ACTIVITIES & OUTCOMES:
Request a quote:
ACTIVITIES Develop team work, planning, listening and leadership skills

Golf ball Challenge:

Teamwork, communication, planning & Patience

The team members each get a half pipe in which a golf ball will roll. The goal is to get the ball from point A to point B without dropping or touching the ball, once the ball is with you, you are not allowed to walk with it and after you passed the ball on to the next person you have to run to the front of the line in order to extend the channel the ball has to roll in. 4x4 Slides - Teamwork: Communication, planning & Patience A pair of planks with space for five people is given to each team. The ropes attached to the plank provides each person something to hold on to while they attempt to walk from the start to the finish lines. Exact co- ordination (teamwork) is required to achieve this.

Frog Islands:

Leadership, planning, communication & teamwork

The team has to get from point A to point B by means of ranging planks on pedestals placed strategic distances away from each other. The planks, cut to specific lengths are provided to join these pedestals, and the team must work out the right sequence of placing the planks. One team member might be blind folded at any time so teamwork, planing and communication is essential. Spiders Web: Leadership, planning, teamwork & Trust A maize of different size holes is maid to portray a spiders web. Team members have to slide, crawl or get pushed through these holes without touching the sides of the hole. Each hole may only be used once. Careful planing and teamwork is essential.

Life Line:

Trust & Communication

A guide line is pulled around trees and over obstacles. One person is blind folded and has to be guided

through this course by another team member. None of them are allowed to be separated from each other or

the guide line. Clear instruction from the non blindfolded member is essential. Improve communication

skills.

Puzzle solving:

Teamwork and planning.

The name says it all. the team needs to retrieve all the puzzle pieces by going through the swimming pool, This is also a race and each member can only take one piece at a time, and only one team member is allowed in the pool at a specific time. Once all the pieces is retrieved the puzzle needs to be put together. Roll a Ball: Planning, Trust & Patience A maize game. Four golf balls have to be rolled from the corners of the board through the maize to the centre of the board. The participants have to hold on to the ropes attached to the four corners of the board and lift or drop their corner in order to get the balls rolling in the right direction. To increase the difficulty, participants may also be blindfolded and guided by other team members Toxic Waste: Planning, Teamwork & Communication Teams each receives a number of different lengths of rope and bungy cord, with witch they need to retrieve a bucket of  water in the middle of a “TOXIC” square. the ropes are to short to use individually, careful planing and teamwork is required. Mine Field: Leadership, team work & communication One team member is blind folded and has to be guided through a course filled with obstacles by a team member, that is only allowed to stand at the finish line. No obstacles are allowed to be touched. Fill the pipe: Team work, planning & communication The team receive a few lengths of pipe with a number of holes in each section. They must figure out how to fix the sections together to minimise water loss. Some team members must now try to close - by any means - as much holes as possible white the other members try to fill the pipe with buckets of water retrieved from the nearby river. In the pipe is a ball, and the team that fills the pipe until the ball falls out of the pipe is the winning team. Chicken Toss: Planning, teamwork, fun & competition This is a catapult game where the competitors have to flick an obstacle into a crate on top of a tripod structure by stepping down onto the opposite side of the plank. you need to control the amount of power you put into your step and your aim is critical. Planning and communication is acquired. Netball Challenge; Fun & competition Shoot for the win. Each member needs to throw a netball through the loop from around two meters away. The first team to finish wins. Mud Swing: Fun & Adventure A rope swing over a muddy hole is the obstacle that lies before the team. Each member has to get across either on their own or with some assistance from team members. Mud rope slide: Fun & Adventure A rope that must be used to slide over a muddy hole is the obstacle that lies before the team. Each member has to get across either on their own or with some assistance from team members. Swimming pool games: Fun & relaxation A variety of fun games in and around the swimming pool. You do not need to know how to swim to participate, but you need to know how to enjoy yourself. And many more…. 
A variety of activities:

Golf ball Challenge:

Teamwork, communication, planning & Patience

The team members each get a half pipe in which a golf ball will roll. The goal is to get the ball from point A to point B without dropping or touching the ball, once the ball is with you, you are not allowed to walk with it and after you passed the ball on to the next person you have to run to the front of the line in order to extend the channel the ball has to roll in. 4x4 Slides - Teamwork: Communication, planning & Patience A pair of planks with space for five people is given to each team. The ropes attached to the plank provides each person something to hold on to while they attempt to walk from the start to the finish lines. Exact co- ordination (teamwork) is required to achieve this.

Frog Islands:

Leadership, planning, communication & teamwork

The team has to get from point A to point B by means of ranging planks on pedestals placed strategic distances away from each other. The planks, cut to specific lengths are provided to join these pedestals, and the team must work out the right sequence of placing the planks. One team member might be blind folded at any time so teamwork, planing and communication is essential. Spiders Web: Leadership, planning, teamwork & Trust A maize of different size holes is maid to portray a spiders web. Team members have to slide, crawl or get pushed through these holes without touching the sides of the hole. Each hole may only be used once. Careful planing and teamwork is essential.

Life Line:

Trust & Communication

A guide line is pulled around trees and over obstacles.

One person is blind folded and has to be guided through

this course by another team member. None of them are

allowed to be separated from each other or the guide

line. Clear instruction from the non blindfolded member is

essential. Improve communication skills.

Puzzle solving:

Teamwork and planning.

The name says it all. the team needs to retrieve all the puzzle pieces by going through the swimming pool, This is also a race and each member can only take one piece at a time, and only one team member is allowed in the pool at a specific time. Once all the pieces is retrieved the puzzle needs to be put together. Roll a Ball: Planning, Trust & Patience A maize game. Four golf balls have to be rolled from the corners of the board through the maize to the centre of the board. The participants have to hold on to the ropes attached to the four corners of the board and lift or drop their corner in order to get the balls rolling in the right direction. To increase the difficulty, participants may also be blindfolded and guided by other team members Toxic Waste: Planning, Teamwork & Communication Teams each receives a number of different lengths of rope and bungy cord, with witch they need to retrieve a bucket of  water in the middle of a “TOXIC” square. the ropes are to short to use individually, careful planing and teamwork is required. Mine Field: Leadership, team work & communication One team member is blind folded and has to be guided through a course filled with obstacles by a team member, that is only allowed to stand at the finish line. No obstacles are allowed to be touched. Fill the pipe: Team work, planning & communication The team receive a few lengths of pipe with a number of holes in each section. They must figure out how to fix the sections together to minimise water loss. Some team members must now try to close - by any means - as much holes as possible white the other members try to fill the pipe with buckets of water retrieved from the nearby river. In the pipe is a ball, and the team that fills the pipe until the ball falls out of the pipe is the winning team. Chicken Toss: Planning, teamwork, fun & competition This is a catapult game where the competitors have to flick an obstacle into a crate on top of a tripod structure by stepping down onto the opposite side of the plank. you need to control the amount of power you put into your step and your aim is critical. Planning and communication is acquired. Netball Challenge; Fun & competition Shoot for the win. Each member needs to throw a netball through the loop from around two meters away. The first team to finish wins. Mud Swing: Fun & Adventure A rope swing over a muddy hole is the obstacle that lies before the team. Each member has to get across either on their own or with some assistance from team members. Mud rope slide: Fun & Adventure A rope that must be used to slide over a muddy hole is the obstacle that lies before the team. Each member has to get across either on their own or with some assistance from team members. Swimming pool games: Fun & relaxation A variety of fun games in and around the swimming pool. You do not need to know how to swim to participate, but you need to know how to enjoy yourself. And many more…. 
A variety of activities:
ACTIVITIES Develop team work, planning, listening and leadership skills
Conference venue          At a very affordable cost!

Conference room 2

  - Two fully equipped conference rooms. - 20 to 80 delegates. - Break away rooms available.

Dining hall:

We are proud of the standard of meals that we provide. The photo above shows the tables decorated for a special occasion. We have hosted many year end functions with great success.

Fully equipped conference rooms:

Conference room 1: - Air conditioned. - Proxima projector. - Screen. - Sound system. - Flip charts - White board. - Seats 30 pax in U-set-up and 50 pax in classroom set-up. - Refreshments, water and or fruit juice on request. Conference room 2: - Proxima projector. - Screen. - Sound system. - Flip charts - White board. - Seats 60 pax in U-set-up and 80 pax in classroom set-up. - Refreshments, water and or fruit juice on request.

Conference room 2

  - Two fully equipped conference rooms. - 20 to 80 delegates. - Break away rooms available.

Dining hall:

We are proud of the standard of meals that we provide. The photo above shows the tables decorated for a special occasion. We have hosted many year end functions with great success.
Conference venue          At a very affordable cost!

Fully equip conference

rooms:

Conference room 1: - Air conditioned. - Proxima projector. - Screen. - Sound system. - Flip charts - White board. - Seats 30 pax in U-set-up and 50 pax in classroom set-up. - Refreshments, water and or fruit juice on request. Conference room 2: - Proxima projector. - Screen. - Sound system. - Flip charts - White board. - Seats 60 pax in U-set-up and 80 pax in classroom set-up. - Refreshments, water and or fruit juice on request.
         Catering You will enjoy our meals!

Enjoy the meal!

  We are proud of the standard of catering we provide. Good and tasty meals are always part of the deal.

Catering area

- We supply all catering equipment. - Learners doesn’t have to bring any anything. - We also do the dish washing.

What our clients has to say!!

“We had an outstanding time and you have allowed us to become a stronger team.

All the staff was very friendly and very helpful. The food was truly delicious so “Big Ups” to the

Kitchen Staff.

 However -  thanks to everyone that was involved in ensuring our stay was a pleasant one - and it surely was”. We at Malakiet Ventures will do our best to satisfy the needs of our guests.

Enjoy the meal!

  We are proud of the standard of catering we provide. Good and tasty meals are always part of the deal.

Catering area

- We supply all catering equipment. - Learners doesn’t have to bring any anything. - We also do the dish washing.
         Catering You will enjoy our meals!

What our clients say!!

“We had an outstanding time and you have allowed us to become a stronger

team.

All the staff was very friendly and very helpful. The food was truly delicious so

“Big Ups” to the Kitchen Staff.

 However -  thanks to everyone that was involved in ensuring our stay was a pleasant one - and it surely was”. We at Dimalachite will do our best to satisfy the needs of our guests.
Dimalachite River Lodge Only 1.5hr’s drive from Gauteng! 9km From Parys in the Vredefort Dome.
Lovely Nature
1. Lodges Dimalachite offer self catering accommodation in lodges, close to the river front. 2 to 4 and 4 to 6 bed units Great view.
2. Chalets Our self catering chalets are close to each other, and suitable for groups that want to stay close to each other. Cheaper option.
3. Camping Sixty camping-sites on the river front. Some of them are ideal for fishing from your tent. Electricity and braai. Great ablution facilities
4. White water Rafting Dimalachite is a prime rafting destination. Close to Gauteng - 9km from Parys. Come and enjoy a day of fun in the sun!
5. Team building Great team-building activities. Fully equip conference venue and delicious meals. This makes Dimalachite a prime Team building destination
6. Fishing One of the best fishing destinations on the Vaal river. Carp, yellow fish, mudfish, gras carp and baber takes the bait
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Dimalahite:

Come and relax at the swimming pool or jacuzzi, do bird watching or a game drive, paddle on the river and enjoy the thrill of White water Rafting. Enjoy your evenings with friends and family on the riverbank around a camp-fire.
Lovely Nature
1. Lodges Dimalachite offer self catering accommodation in lodges, close to the river front. 2 to 4 and 4 to 6 bed units Great view.
2. Chalets Our self catering chalets are close to each other, and suitable for groups that want to stay close to each other. Cheaper option.
3. Camping Sixty camping-sites on the river front. Some of them are ideal for fishing from your tent. Electricity and braai. Great ablution facilities
4. White water Rafting Dimalachite is a prime rafting destination. Close to Gauteng - 9km from Parys. Come and enjoy a day of fun in the sun!
5. Team building Great team-building activities. Fully equip conference venue and delicious meals. This makes Dimalachite a prime Team building destination
6. Fishing One of the best fishing destinations on the Vaal river. Carp, yellow fish, mudfish, gras carp and baber takes the bait
more info more info more info more info more info more info more info more info more info more info more info more info
Dimalachite River Lodge Only 1.5hr’s drive from Gauteng! 9km From Parys in the Vredefort Dome.

Dimalahite:

Come and relax at the swimming pool or jacuzzi, do bird watching or a game drive, paddle on the river and enjoy the thrill of White water Rafting. Enjoy your evenings with friends and family on the riverbank around a camp- fire.

Dimalachite River Lodge - Accommdation, camping, fishing, white water rafting. Please visit www.dimalachite.co.za