It is famous for its export-quality grapes and fruit. Popularly called the 'Gateway to Africa’s Eden', the area is particularly renowned for its variety of outdoor recreation options, ranging from horse safaris, family holiday accommodation, 4x4 trails, hiking and nature trials, to luxury hunting safaris.
It is also close to the beautiful Nylsvley Nature Reserve. Koro Creek Estate is close enough to civilisation to make the drive pleasantly quick, but far enough into the bushveld to offer a fantastic, de-stressing getaway from the pressure and frantic pace of everyday life. The region offers a climate of splendid summers, and warm sunny winters.
The area is malaria-free, crime-free and has absolutely no pollution. Adjoining the estate is an 860 hectare nature reserve, which will be incorporated into the estate allowing the game to roam free.
This 18-hole golf course was recently completed. The first nine holes were playable by the end of 2005. The construction on the next nine holes at the end of 2006 put the finishing touches to this 6 825m par 72 course.
There are four tee boxes on every hole to accommodate every level of visiting golfer. A portion of the golf course extends into the reserve, offering the golfers the relaxing experience of golf combined with nature.
KoroCreek Country Club is a Par 72 layout.
KoroCreek Bushveld Golf Estate is a championship course, run by a professional outfit, where hospitality and the warm bushveld affability are custodians for good old golf etiquette.