The Gauteng TRIUMPH IRIDE Adventure Training Facility is based at Leeuwenkloof, a 700ha privately owned farm that is situated about 7km South of the Hartebeespoort Dam, in the Broederstroom area. The farm is part of The Cradle of Humankind heritage site and only a 45 minute drive from Sandton and Pretoria. The farm has a unique mix of grassy savannah, bushveld, green valleys, cliffs and rocky mountainous terrain. This mix of nature’s best enables us to offer our guests a variety of additional activities such as mountain biking, nature walks, bird watching and even 4×4 excursions.

The Safari tents are located within the main camp and consist of 12 tents set up on wooden decks, sleeping maximum 2 persons per tent.  The Safari tents are equipped with a luggage rack, a bed side table, beds and mattresses. We also have 5 double beds and 14 single beds available. Linen, pillows and towels are included.

After sunset visitors can enjoy an evening at our cliff-side open air boma!  This is the place to discuss the day’s events, while staring into that crackling fire that has captivated mankind for thousands of years

The Lapa is a 150m² in size and can comfortably accommodate 70 people with tables and chairs.  The Lapa is equipped with closable canvas sides, a bar on tap and a basic kitchen area.



The Cape Town TRIUMPH IRIDE Adventure Training Facility is based at Anura wine farm is located at the base of the Simonsberg mountain range, close to both Paarl and Stellenbosch. The estate is more than just a vineyard, with a complete animal farm, restaurant and function rooms, all of which are supposed to help make the visitor feel at home. The wine estate had previously been a very small estate, with only a couple of small vineyards lying side by side. The current owners have worked hard to ensure that the wine farm has flourished, and there are now 150 hectares of vineyard, producing around 700 tons of wine annually.

Because of the wine estate’s position at the base of a mountain, Anura enjoys a variety of soils and altitudes, some of which have their own micro-climates. This allows the vineyards to flourish, no matter what the needs of the individual wines. Tymen Bouma has also worked hard to match his estate to the demands of each vine, including managing the irrigation and trellis arrangements, and controlling the amount of wine produced by each vine. This helps to encourage the vines to become firmly rooted in the soil, and as they continue to mature, the possibilities of the Anura vineyard seem endless.