Boulders Activities

Game Drives including Night drives

A wide variety of game is found on the ranch including white rhino, buffalo, sable, eland, kudu, hyena, giraffe, warthog, wildebeest, zebra, impala, nyala, waterbuck, reedbuck, duiker, klipspringer, the shy and very rare Sharpe's grysbuck, as well as a very prolific leopard population. Cheetah, wild dog, elephant and lion have also been sighted on occasion, as they pass through the ranch to neighboring wildlife reserves.


A number of different game viewing activities all under the expert guidance of a professional game guide, ensure that guest are offered a varied yet relaxing bush experience which includes, bush-walks. Boulders ensures that their wildlife are well looked after by putting hidden tick sprays around the ranch.

Explore the ancient "koppies" on Boulders and witness the remarkable shapes and sizes of the rock formations.


Boulders is a birdwatcher's paradise, whether you are sitting in your chalet, the dining deck or taking a 4x4 safari, you are guaranteed to see a wide variety of birds. Discover the smaller miracles of nature through the eyes of someone who knows and loves the bush, from identifying the types of trees, to the different species of birds and insects.

The homestead also host a huge aviary that has well over 500 indigenous birds from various African countries. This aviary also includes parts of the owners bedroom and verandah which juts out into the aviary.


This is the real Africa, a land of Mopani trees, wide open spaces and year round summer. The low lying parts of the province make for a long growing season and consequently Bass in the region can grow very large.


We specialize in ethical Bow hunting, though trophy animals may be hunted with a rifle.

Contact us for our latest prices and all inclusive rates.

The owner of Boulders Game Ranch, Gray Scarterfield, has been hunting for over 40 years and his own private trophy collection containing well over 100 animals (mostly, Rowland Ward). He has hunted in most of the Southern Africa countries as well as Mauritius, Norway, Spain and Australia.

His private collection may be viewed by appointment while staying at one of the Lodges.

Quad trails

No Quad bikes are allowed due to very aggressive Buffalo and Rhino.

Our animals are also tame and we like to keep it that way.

Some other nearby Attractions


- 35km from the Phalaborwa gate to the Kruger National Park and 110km from the Orpen gate.

- 60km to the Maholoholo rehabilitation  centre for orphaned animals

- 55km to the Kapama, the world renown cheetah breeding project

  1. -30km to Tshukudu wildlife centre.

  2. -A days trip to Gods window, Hazyview, Graskop, the Pot holes and Sabi.

  3. -Day’s trip to Magoebaskloof for trout fishing, George’s valley and Tzaneen dams for water sports and bass fishing.

  4. -Amarula factory 30km to Phalaborwa for an Amarula tasting tour.

Boulders Activities