The Ant Collection

African Sunset at Ants Hill

Do you dream of a place, far removed from the mundane demands and persistent pressure of everyday living, where breath-taking natural beauty blends easily with the timeless art of pleasure? If so, then look no further than Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill bush homes, jewel destinations nestled in the malaria free Waterberg region of South Africa – about 3 hours’ drive from Johannesburg.

Owned and run by Ant and Tessa Baber, these beautiful bush homes resonate with the warm hospitality, intrinsic values and pioneering heritage of the Baber family, who settled in the area in 1886. Their abiding spirit of adventure, as well as passion for Africa, her people and wildlife is evident throughout the stylishly renovated ranch house that is now Ant’s Nest, as well as the spectacularly positioned lodge and private suites of Ant’s Hill.

We had the privilege and pleasure of spending last weekend there, in order to explore and brainstorm the creation of a promotional video for The Ant Collection. What an abundance of captivating content! Apart from the stunning setting, luxurious accommodation and gourmet meals, there is so much on offer at Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill, which are situated on an extensive private game reserve. Guests of all ages are treated to a range of unique, unforgettable bush veld experiences, including personalised game drive viewing and the signature enchantment of horseback safaris for riders of any ability.

Horse Riding at Ants Nest Game Reserve

This is a place where magnificent African sunsets and al fresco dining weave through the daily fabric of vibrantly alive peace, excitement and the wonder of discovery. Wild encounters with the impressive herd of buffalo, giraffe, wildebeest, numerous antelope and many other animals draw visitors again and again, to reconnect with nature, relax, recharge and soak up the delight of exceptional service.

Horse Riders Viewing Buffalo

To find out more about the holiday of a lifetime that awaits you at The Ant Collection, visit their website and read first-hand TripAdvisor accounts from a host of their guests. Then put a trip there on your bucket list, unless you make a booking straight away!

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