Kurisa Moya

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“Kurisa Moya was a highlight of our trip though Limpopo in South Africa. There are very few places these days where you can drive for a few hours, stay for a weekend and return to real life with a feeling that your spirit is full to the brim and that the world is a magical place. Take some time here to restore your soul…”

Kurisa Moya is a nature lodge, but really it is so much more. It is somewhere to unwind, a place where you can journey back into a magical time where candles and fireplaces replace electricity and birdsong the ring of a cell phone, where forests take the place of highways and footpaths the corridors of the office bringing you closer to nature and restore your spirit.

Kurisa Moya offers accommodation in three unique venues – each private and tranquil. We stayed in a forest log cabin, 3 metres up in the canopy of the indigenous forest, surrounded by magnificent trees, animals and birds. It was something special, just like owner Lisa – I will never forget our personal talk about life including tears and laughter. You can also stay in the old farmhouse, the rooms looked beautiful. Or you can choose to stay in an unique cottage overlooking the Kudu’s River Valley. This venue has an earthy, organic feel about it and has spectacular views.

Kurisa Moya is situated in the Limpopo Province near Magoebaskloof. The comfortable and unpretentious Magoebaskloof accommodation is in log cabins high in the canopy of the indigenous forest, a cottage with spectacular views into the valley or a spacious farmhouse… all found in peaceful, private settings surrounded by mountains, indigenous forest, rivers and bushveld.

Privacy and tranquility….. walking in a pristine indigenous forest to a 2000 year old tree….. sitting under a sky with a million stars, and the only sound is the call of the bushbaby. Go on walking paths, hiking trails, sunset 4×4 drives, adventure mountain bike trails, guided birding and nature walks, learn the art of fly-fishing or go on a authentic, immersive village experience.

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Laura is a storyteller, passionate earthling, travel writer & free spirit. She is founder of The Boho Guide and travel blog What About Her, fascinated by mountains and always on the road for adventure. She loves cats, dresses, tattoos, wine and everything bohemian. Find her where the wild things are…
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