You’ll find Geluk Safaris Guest /Farm amongst quaint “koppies” and wide open plains littered with acacia trees dark burnt iron rocks. Geluk Safaris has a deep farming and hunting heritage. The family run farm started in 1953 and has evolved from humble farming roots to the Guest Farm it is today. Geluk Safaris offers a wide variety of activities. These include hunting, game drives, bird watching, hiking and various other farming activities. Also in the vicinity of the guest farm are Mokala National Park, Magersfontein Battlefield situated along the Anglo-Boer War Route and the Magersfontein Memorial Golf Estate.