Surrounded by 16000ha of private conservancy and no fence for miles, animals roam freely and comfortably making for an ideal place to see them all. The lodge is simple, nothing crazy luxurious, just a thatch roof spot with great view and all the basics.
Cabins are laid out in a circle with a watering hole in the middle, yes you can wake up to Dumbo right outside your door. The rooms are comfortable but again, simple. They all come with an en-suite, air-conditioner, a fireplace, mosquito nets, electronic safes, as well as mini bars and tea & coffee facilities. Unfortunately one thing to take note of; the honeymoon suite consists of two single beds pushed together, so maybe don’t try to meet in the middle?
The main lodge consists of a bar and lounge with a wine cellar as well as the dining area. If you hear for some serious business too, there is also a conference room and a library. Depending on how you feel you can either get pumped up at the gym or you can cool down and relax by one of the two pools, pick your weapon.
Reception is always available to help you with anything you might need, including dietary requirements, otherwise you can head off to them for some activities. Obviously a game drive is a must, but you can also go for a bush walk, an overnight camping trip with breakfast and dinner, have a bush braai or just some lazy sundowners with a good view. One thing to keep in mind is that activities will only take place with a minimum of 4 people, which means if there are only two of you, you might have to wait a while.
On the bright side, even if you decide not to opt for a game drive, there are wild life cameras that show live footage of where the mighty Big Five could be and you are bound to spot animals around every corner, even when you are just lounging away at the lodge.
Cabins come with an en-suite; air-conditioner; fireplace; mosquito nets; electronic safe; mini bar and tea & coffee facilities.
The main area consists of a bar; lounge; dining area and a wine cellar. If you need to work there is also a library and a conference room.
The game drive is a must, but you can also go for a bush walk, an overnight camping trip with breakfast and dinner, have a bush braai or just some lazy sundowners with a good view.
Important to note:
Activities will only take place with a minimum of four people.