Bontle Motsweding is situated 10 km north of the small town Derby in North West Province South Africa. Derby is 12 km from Koster, 36 km from Rustenburg and 96km from Krugersdorp. Derby was named after the British Secretary of State Lord Derby. Derby began as a refuge for destitute people. Laid out on portions of the farms Rietfontein and Vlakfontein.
Come and experience a glimpse of the lifestyle of the Tswanas hundreds of years ago, set on their primitive, but tranquil lifestyle with the Magaliesberg in the background. Walk or ride a mountain bike amongst the ruins, trees, rocks and wildlife of God’s creation.
You will find Bontle Motsweding, a piece of paradise where one can still enjoy the beauty and splendour of nature and its diverse forms of life.
This is the place where you can find yourself anew, while listening to the beautiful sound’s nature has to offer.
You can’t help but to depart well rested, feeling at peace and in awe of the wonders of creation.