Category: Welgevonden Game Reserve

Welgevonden Game Reserve

Tshwene Lodge

Welgevonden Game Reserve, Limpopo

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Amenities & Facilities

Game viewing Restaurant Rooms Swimming Pool

Surrounded by magnificent rock outcrops, Tshwene Lodge is a secluded oasis in the rugged valley of the Taaibos River.

The Chacma baboon, after which the lodge is named, calls late at night to alert of pending danger. Rich in bird life, Tshwene offers peace and tranquillity for those seeking to get away from it all. The five strategically located suites all offer exhilarating views of the valleys below and the hills beyond.

Accomodation 5 Rooms/10Guests

Unwind in the comfort of a double room with bathroom en-suite, an indoor and private outdoor shower and breathtaking African views. From your private wooden deck listen to the calls of a passing herd of elephant, or watch the African sun set the bush ablaze as it sinks over the horizon, in this malaria-free paradise.

The Lodge

Nestled within a rock outcrop, Tshwene Lodge is intimate and peaceful. The main facilities include two lounges, pool, indoor and outdoor dining areas set on a huge wooden patio with magnificent views. All meals are prepared by the local chef for a delicious culinary experience.

Game Drives

Two daily game drives are conducted by experienced rangers who will provide intimate details of the abundant flora and fauna, many of which is unique to the Waterberg. Watch the morning sun scribble intriguing patterns across the veld and contemplate the day’s journey. Enjoy an early morning safari and watch Africa awaken in front of your eyes. Then head home for a scrumptious breakfast before settling down for your midday siesta.

After sundowner drinks, allow the darkness of the African bush to envelop you on your evening game safari. Nightlife abounds in the African bush and dangers lurk everywhere. Lions on the hunt and leopards stalking prey in the cover of darkness are truly magnificent sights to behold.

Welgevonden Private Game Reservet

"Deep in the foothills of the Waterberg is a nature reserve - a game sanctuary so unspoilt, so abundant in indigenous flora and wild fauna that its name is well deserved, Welgevonden.

The rugged grandeur of the Limpopo Province envelops you at Welgevonden and the altitude brings year-long cooling winds and temperate climate. It was here that the celebrated author and poet, Eugene Marais, penned his classics, Soul of the Ape and Soul of the White Ant.

It was in these intoxicating mountains that historically significant Bushman paintings were discovered centuries after the artists told their stories on rock. It was the Waterberg that protected, with equanimity, the intrepid soldiers and warriors who fought their battles and shed their blood on its hills.

In an area traditionally known as the wild lands of the Waterberg, Welgevonden is an exclusive nature reserve where the finest is freely available and privacy is a right. Over 40,000 hectares of private game reserve, adjoining the Marakele National Park, have become a landmark conservation area - and with game soon to be moving freely between Marakele and Welgevonden.

Following one of the largest game relocation programmes ever undertaken on private land, Welgevonden once again became home to the "big five" - lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhino. This malaria-free reserve has many species of antelope, zebra, giraffe, baboon, hyena, wild dog, and other fauna foraging on planes and verdant slopes, while perennial waters hide crocodile and offers sustenance to a huge variety of birds.

The pristine beauty of the Waterberg region offers a variety of habitats: riverine scrub, woodland, grassland, fertile valleys and great tracts of water, both above and below ground - a natural paradise for game and an unfolding ecosystem which will reflect the legendary herds of Africa".

The Waterberg

"The Waterberg ... so named by the early trekkers for its bounteous supply of clear water. Eugene Marais, the noted author and father of African ecology, observed that the passage of wagons was impeded by the enormous amount of water to be found throughout the region. The name is apt, for in times of good rain, one will find a continual seepage and flow of water from within these mountain ranges.

Straddling an area of some 15 000 square kilometres in the Northern Transvaal, it has largely gone unnoticed for the past eighty years. Within its brooding mountain ranges it had a reputation for gun runners, tax evaders and hunters, to be followed by serious minded pioneer folk and their families, who set down deep roots within these hills and plateaus.

In spite of the name Waterberg, the region is also known to experience extreme droughts. It is largely a sourveld area and farming is difficult. During the past decade there have been great changes as a result of farmers finding it increasingly hard to eke out a decent living, which has seen the conversion from conventional farming to game ranching and conservation.

It was predicted some years ago that the Waterberg would yet emerge as the most important and significant conservation area in South Africa with the greatest potential for tourism, game ranching, hunting and environmental education. The diversity of both plant and animal life is considerable. Whilst recognising that most of the big game species were eliminated by the turn of the century, conservation has seen the return of the elephant, buffalo, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, all the major species of antelope, and in time, the lion.

It has a beauty unmatched, from its soaring craggy heights on the southern escarpment with the Seven Sisters guarding the plains, to the north-eastern buttresses of spectacular rock formations, rising sheer out of the bushveld plains. The central plateau provides a stunning feeling of emptiness and yet man has lived within these mountains for the past 2000 years - a fact we should be ever mindful of.

Within its vastness there is only one town. The area is completely devoid of pollution, industry and forestry, and is very low in human numbers. The challenge is to create a conservation area of international importance to the benefit of both the environment and man. Great strides have already taken place with the establishment of the 80 000 hectare Waterberg Nature Conservancy, of which Lapalala Wilderness is a key element, on the northern side of the area. To the south-west, one finds the emerging Marakele National Park, destined to be one of the finest national parks within South Africa. Bordering Marakele is the recently created Welgevonden Game Reserve - a reserve which is going to play a major role in wildlife conservation. These three conservation areas cover an area of over 1400 square kilometres, and represent the flagship of a future conservation vision: restoring the wildlife, protecting the environment, providing employment opportunities, upliftment, pleasure, relaxation and learning for those who too would venture into this wilderness world of the Waterberg."

The reserve has two private landing strips and there is a private heli pad at Ekuthuleni's sister lodge Tshwene.

Check-in time is 12h30 and you should be ready to depart at 11h00, as this enables Tshwene Lodge to rotate rooms for the next arrival of guests.

Meal times are flexible, to accommodate guests returning from game drives and guided walks. Please let Tshene Lodge know if you have any specific dietary requirements or requests.

Swimming towels are provided.

Bottled water is provided for drinking purposes. Please note the borehole water has a very high pH Level, and is not recommended for drinking purposes.

The safety of the guests is of the utmost importance. Please bear in mind that Ekuthuleni does not have a fence. Please do not walk unattended and do not leave the confines of the camp without a staff member.

Umbrellas and ponchos are provided. If you would like Tshene Lodge to dry any of your items, please ask management or housekeeping.

Game Drives Guests are advised to bring a hat, sunscreen and warm clothing (a jersey or a jacket is recommended for evening drives). Extra blankets and rain ponchos are provided on vehicles.

Child Policy:

* Children over 10 years of age are welcome at Tshwene Lodge.
* Please note that the rooms have balconies and that the lodge and swimming pool are both unfenced.
* Children must be supervised at all times.
* Children under 12 years of age pay 50% of the adult rate.

Rates from:

South African Rate From:

Suites
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
LONG WEEKENDS
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
Valid 01 Mar 2017 to 07 May 2017
R 2 450 per person per night sharing
Valid 08 May 2017 to 03 Aug 2017
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
Valid 04 Aug 2017 to 13 Aug 2017
R 2 450 per person per night sharing
Valid 14 Aug 2017 to 14 Dec 2017
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
Valid 15 Dec 2017 to 05 Jan 2018

Rate Includes:

* Accommodation
* Breakfast, lunch and dinner
* Twice daily game drives in open vehicles with sundowners and snacks, all teas and coffees and game drive drinks (both alcaholic and non-alcaholic)
* Transfers to and from the Parfuri landing strip for fly-in guests to The Outpost
* Teas and coffees

Rate Exclude:

* All Extras
* Reserve entry fee of R85 per person per day

Term & Conditions:

* These rates are only valid for SA residents
* Rates are subject to change and availability

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Mhondoro Game Lodge

Welgevonden Game Reserve, Limpopo

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Amenities & Facilities

ChildcareBarCoffee and tea making facilitiesFree WiFiGame viewingOnsite ParkingNo Pets allowedRestaurantRoomsSpaSwimming Pool

Four luxuriously appointed private game lodge chalets are located along the ridge overlooking the waterhole and adjacent plains with the Waterberg mountains in the distance.

A short 3.5 hour drive or 1 hour flight from Lanseria Airport is all that separates the fast-paced metropolis of Johannesburg from the calm green eden that is Welgevonden Private Game Reserve. Cool refreshments await your arrival at the main gate where you will transfer to your open game vehicle and leave the city behind. Welgevonden Private Game Reserve consists of 34 000 hectares of unspoiled African bushveld ranging from rocky outcrops where the leopards watch from their hidden crevices to wide open savannah where the herds of Zebra, Wildebeest and Impala abound. The Reserve is transected by the three main rivers that meander quietly through densely wooded areas on their way to joining the mighty Limpopo River. It is part of the larger United Waterberg Biosphere and is entirely Malaria Free. Founded in 1993, The Reserve is one of the largest private investments in conservation in the world.

Accommodation:

* The Deluxe Suite accommodates two. The building has one bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a private viewing deck. It’s a perfectly secluded hideaway, with all facilities of the Main Lodge within short walking distance.
* The Family Suite accommodates 4 people. It has two bedrooms and because of its shared bathroom, a lounge and a dining area, it’s the perfect accommodation for families. The spacious private viewing deck overlooks the bush. The Family Suite is a separate building, yet with all facilities of the Main Lodge within short walking distance.
* The Executive Suite accommodates four people, and has two bedrooms that both have en-suite bathrooms. You’ll find an extra lounge area with a fireplace and a spacious private viewing deck overlooking the waterhole. It’s an opulent retreat with all facilities of the Main Lodge within short walking distance.
* The Honeymoon Suite is true to its name and offers a perfect romantic getaway. Accommodating a couple in luxury, the intimate building boasts a spacious bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. Its uniqueness is in its private viewing deck with a spa pool and daybed overlooking the reserve. It is located furthest away from the lodge, providing a very secluded and private feel while making it the perfect spot to raise a glass of champagne and enjoy the uninterrupted view of the wilderness and animals or to watch the stars at night…
* The Villa is perfectly suited as an exclusive family or group accommodation where you are looked after from beginning to end. Exclusive use of the Villa means that all meals and selected local drinks, a private pool, a private gym and yoga room, a private game viewer with ranger, a private chef, a private butler and housekeeping staff, are all included.

Spa and Wellness:

Enjoying a Spa during your stay at Mhondoro is certainly a possibility. Our Spa is a sanctuary for body and mind. In a peaceful and harmonious atmosphere, you undergo your treatment. Experience with all your senses the healthy functioning of water, heat, smells and colors. Experience total relaxation and a refreshing effect on body and mind. You will feel rested, healthy and feeling good. The atmosphere in our spa is focused on a positive stimulation of the senses. Be completely pampered by our professional staff and enjoy.

Child Policy:

* Children of all ages are welcome and will be charged the relevant child rates. Game drives for children are subject to the approval of the ranger on duty and can only be confirmed after arrival.
* Children 0 – 23 months: Free of charge
* Children 2 – 9 years of age: 50 percent of the applicable adult rate
* Children 10 years and older: Full adult per person sharing rate

Rates from:

Deluxe Suite:

R 4 410 per person per night sharing
Valid 01 Apr 2017 to 10 Dec 2017

Rate Includes:

* Accommodation
* All meals
* Teas & coffees
* Soft drinks, local brand beers & spirits and hand select house wines.
* Two safari activities per day, including game drives in open vehicles or walking safaris with Mhondoro guide.
* Return scheduled transfers from Welgevonden Reserve Main Gate or the Welgevonden Airstrip to Mhondoro Game Lodge.
* Free Wi-Fi in the Main Lodge reception area
* Pick-up time is between 12h30 and 13h00 at Welgevonden main gate on day of arrival.
* Departure time to Welgevonden main gate is 11h00 on the day of departure.

Rate Exclude:

* Premium brands and additional reserve wines available from the temperature controlled wine cellar at the Main Lodge.
* Additional transfers outside the normal hours of 12h30 – 13h00 at Welgevonden Main gate or Welgevonden Airstrip to Mhondoro Game Lodge charges at R 350.00 per vehicle.
* Spa treatments at our exclusive dedicated spa villa with a big deck and views over the waterhole.
* Gratuities are not included.
* All extras

Term & Conditions:

* Rates are subject to change and availability.

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Kololo Game Reserve

Welgevonden, Limpopo

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Amenities & Facilities

Air conditioning Childcare Bar Coffee and tea making facilities Game viewing Onsite Parking Restaurant Rooms Swimming Pool

Kololo Game Reserve is situated in the beautiful province of Limpopo, South Africa, in the heart of the Waterberg biosphere. Kololo borders to the Big 5 Welgevonden Game Reserve.

Kololo game reserve lies adjacent to Welgevonden Private Game Reserve. Part of Kololo’s 3000ha. is incorporated in Welgevonden therefore we have access to this beautiful place. One of the highlights of staying in Kololo is a visit to this neighbouring Welgevonden Game Reserve. In addition to the wildlife we have on Kololo here the Big 5 - elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo and leopard - can be spotted. Due to the close proximity these animals can also be spotted form our restaurant on Kololo Game Reserve! Welgevonden covers an area of approx. 38.000 ha. An interesting fact is that Welgevonden has one of the largest populations of white rhino on a private reserve anywhere in Africa.

You visit the park in our open game drive vehicle whilst your driver, who is also your guide, tells you all about the park, animals, birds, trees and plants. Welgevonden has beautiful savannah's, rivers, lakes and mountainous landscapes. During the drive we will stop at a safe place for a drink and a snack.

Child Policy:

* Children of all ages accepted
* Children 0 to 4 years stay free and only kids meals included
* Children 5 to 12 years pay half adult accommodation rate and only kids meals included
* Children 13 years and older are considered adults

Rates from:

Standard Chalets
R 1 735 per person sharing per night
R 870 per child (05-12 yrs) sharing per night
Valid 01 Feb 2017 to 31 Oct 2017

Activities Payable Direct:

Welgevonden Game Drive 3 hours
Welgevonden Game Drive 6 hours
Welgevonden Big 5 Walk 3 hours min 4 pax max 8 pax, no children under 16 years
Full-Day visit to Bushpig Lapa Welgevonden Min 4 pax
Kololo Kids safari
Marakele National Park visit
Cheetah Wildlife Farm
Vaalwater Township Tour
Renosterpoort Hiking trail
Elephant Back Safari
Horse Safari 2 hours

Rate Includes:

* Accommodation
* Breakfast and dinner
* Tea and coffee in the rooms
* One Kololo game drive per day, use of hiking and biking trails, mountain bikes, swimming pool.
* Dedicared ranger guide service on Kololo.

Rate Exclude:

* R50 administation fee on every booking
* All drinks
* Lunch
* All Welgevonden game drives and other activities
* All Extras

Term & Conditions:

* Rates are subject to change and availability.

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Ekuthuleni Lodge

Welgevonden Game Reserve, Limpopo

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Amenities & Facilities

Air conditioningBarCoffee and tea making facilitiesGame viewingNature or Scenic AreaOnsite ParkingRestaurantRoomsSwimming Pool

Situated in the heart of the malaria-free Welgevonden Private Game reserve in South Africa, Ekuthuleni Lodge invites you to savour true African luxury.

Situated in the heart of the malaria-free Welgevonden Private Game reserve in South Africa, Ekuthuleni Lodge invites you to savour true African luxury. Ekuthuleni Lodge has sweeping views of the savannah plains, and is home to the Big Five and many other species of game. Each of the five suites offers intimacy and privacy, with magnificent views of the grasslands.

Ekuthuleni Lodge, Welgevonden Game Reserve, Waterberg Region

Ekuthuleni Lodge is a premier game lodge offering guests luxury suites which are fully equipped with large en-suite bathrooms fitted with luxury tubs and indoor and outdoor showers, as well as fans, sitting area, mosquito nettings over large king sized beds and private courtyards. Facilities at the main camp include a swimming pool, viewing deck, bar, lounge area, dining room, boma and outdoor dining deck.

Activities include game drives to view wildlife in the area, which includes elephant, rhino, lion, leopard, buffalo, cheetah, wildebeest and many other species, bird watching, guided walks or simple relaxation at the swimming pool while enjoying a refreshing drink in the sun.

Meals can be enjoyed in the cosy dining room, or under the stars in the open fireside boma, and a range of local and imported drinks are available at extra cost. With the high level of facilities and standards at the lodge, guests return again and again to enjoy the splendour of the wildlife and the luxury of this distinguished bush accommodation.

Whether it's adventure or something more relaxed you're after, Ekuthuleni Game Lodge offers a variety of things to do in Waterberg Region and surrounds.

Below are some of the activities for Ekuthuleni Game Lodge.
Things to do in Waterberg Region
You can do the following things in Waterberg Region at or near Ekuthuleni Game Lodge.
* Game drives
* Bird watching
* Walks

While staying at Ekuthuleni Lodge you can enjoy dining at the Waterberg Region restaurants and bars mentioned below.

Dining - Ekuthuleni Lodge, Waterberg Region
Meals are served in between game activities and drives and are fairly flexible.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner served in the dining room, deck or boma
Dietary requirements catered to on advance request
Bars - Welgevonden Game Reserve, Waterberg Region
Guests can enjoy refreshing drinks on the deck area or lounge after a long day.
Local and imported beers, wines and spirits available at extra cost
The facilities for the Ekuthuleni Lodge are listed below. Here you can see what you can expect from the facilities at Ekuthuleni Lodge in Welgevonden Game Reserve, South Africa.

Ekuthuleni Lodge Welgevonden Game Reserve South Africa
Large en-suite bathrooms with luxury bath and indoor and outdoor showers
Large king beds
Fans
Private courtyard
Sitting area
Swimming pool
Bar
Lounge area
Dining room
Deck
Boma

Ekuthuleni Lodge is a Welgevonden Game Reserve lodge located in Waterberg Region, Limpopo, South Africa.

Ekuthuleni Lodge Welgevonden Game Reserve
Deep in the foothills of the Waterberg is a nature reserve - a game sanctuary so unspoilt, so abundant in indigenous flora and wild fauna that its name is well deserved, Welgevonden.

The rugged grandeur of the Limpopo Province envelops you at Welgevonden and the altitude brings year-long cooling winds and temperate climate.

Looking for things there are to do in Welgevonden Game Reserve? All the Ekuthuleni Lodge's nearby attractions are listed below.

Nearby attractions and things to do in Welgevonden Game Reserve, Waterberg Region
Johannesburg – 2.5 hours away
Welgevonden Private Game Reserve

Child Policy:

* No children under the age of 6 years allowed at Ekuthuleni Lodge (unless the lodge is booked exclusively).

Rates from:

South African Rate From:

Suites
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
LONG WEEKENDS
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
Valid 01 Mar 2017 to 07 May 2017
R 2 450 per person per night sharing
Valid 08 May 2017 to 03 Aug 2017
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
Valid 04 Aug 2017 to 13 Aug 2017
R 2 450 per person per night sharing
Valid 14 Aug 2017 to 14 Dec 2017
R 2 695 per person per night sharing
Valid 15 Dec 2017 to 05 Jan 2018

Rate Includes:

* Accommodation
* Breakfast, lunch and dinner
* Twice daily game drives in open vehicles with sundowners and snacks, all teas and coffees and game drive drinks (both alcaholic and non-alcaholic)
* Transfers to and from the Parfuri landing strip for fly-in guests to The Outpost
* Teas and coffees

Rate Exclude:

* All Extras
* Reserve entry fee of R85 per person per day

Term & Conditions:

* These rates are only valid for SA residents
* Rates are subject to change and availability

Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway

Welgevonden Private Game Reserve, Limpopo

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Amenities & Facilities

Air conditioning Bar Coffee and tea making facilities conferencing Game viewing Nature or Scenic Area Onsite Parking Restaurant Rooms Swimming Pool

8 luxury suites overlooking the flowing Sterkstroom River each enjoy their own private deck and plunge pool perched on the cliff, allowing guests the opportunity to view game from the privacy of their suites. In addition all suites have both indoor and outdoor showers.

ROOM CONFIGURATION

8 suites, accomodating 16 people

SUITE INFORMATION

* All suites positioned for maximum privacy
* Indoor and Outdoor showers
* Bath with sweeping views
* Private plunge pools
* Unique "sala" with outdoor seating
* Private deck for game viewing
* Decorated in an organic style using all natural hand made fabrics

VIEWS FROM THE ROOM

* Dramatic views over the edge of ancient cliffs
* Game viewing from privacy of your private deck

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE TIMES

* Check In – 13h00 | Check Out – 11h00
* Please advise the lodge of your arrival time to schedule a pick up from the East gate of Welgevonden Game Reserve, 10 minute transfer time by open safari vehicle

CUISINE

Cuisine at Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway is a superb affair offering a dramatic fusion of African and Western flavours brought together in specialty local game dishes, far surpassing expectations of even the most discerning diner. Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway boasts an extensive wine cellar, stocked with premium wines for any wine lover with ambience to match allowing guests to enjoy a cheese and wine or intimate dinner.

ACTIVITIES

Lodge activities include safaris in open 4 x 4 vehicles.
The Welgevonden Private Game Reserve is the result of a pioneering project begun in 1987 to return farmland to its original natural state. As a result thereof, it has grown to become one of South Africa’s premier privately held reserves. Ambitious game relocation efforts and careful ecological management have resulted in a reserve today that is home to the Lion, Leopard, Elephant, White Rhino, Cheetah, Brown Hyena, 15 different types of buck, and 30 other species of mammal.
Other activities include picnics and bush breakfasts on the banks of the Sterkstroom River, nearby elephant back safaris, quad biking and horse riding

FACILITIES

* Infinity edge swimming pool with sweeping views
* Outdoor dining deck
* Indoor restaurant
* Magnificent lounge with fireplace
* "Vista deck" complete with hanging chairs and outdoor fireplace
* Dramatic views over the edge of ancient cliffs
* Game viewing from privacy of your private deck
* Wine Cellar boasting the finest South African wines
* 36 000 ha Private Game Reserve adjoining the Marakele National Park

LOCATION

Situated 2 ½ hours from Johannesburg in the Malaria free Welgevonden Private Game Reserve in the Waterberg Mountains, Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway is a special place where service is understood and luxury is elegantly understated.

CONFERENCES

The lodge has been designed for the purposes of catering for corporate workshops, merger & acquisition meetings, and other senior management meetings of a private nature. As the only official fully commercial site in a reserve designed to be private, we offer companies a secure total experience, away from prying eyes.
In addition to the 16-seater boardroom, the lodge boasts numerous "break-out" areas for work shopping and idea generation.

Child Policy:

0 - 12 years: Not permitted at the lodge
13 years and older: Considered as adults and accommodated in their own rooms. Pay full adult rates.
Triple Sharing: Not applicable, rooms accommodate a maximum of 2 persons

Rate From:

South African Rate From:

Suite - Valid for Friday, Saturday and long weekends
R 3 240 per person sharing per night
R 4 697 per single guest per night
Valid 01 Jun 2017 to 14 Dec 2017
R 3 482 per person sharing per night
R 5 052 per single guest per night
Valid 15 Dec 2017 to 31 Dec 2017
R 4 085 per person sharing per night
R 5 991 per single guest per night
Valid 01 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2018

Suite - Valid for Sunday to Thursday
R 2 436 per person sharing per night
R 3 533 per single guest per night
Valid 01 Jun 2017 to 31 Dec 2017
R 4 085 per person sharing per night
R 5 991 per single guest per night
Valid 01 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2018

International Rate From:

Suite
R 3 848 per person sharing per night
R 5 603 per single guest per night
Valid 01 Jun 2017 to 31 Dec 2017

5 Night Package:

Standard Room

R 9 912 per person sharing for 5 nights
Valid 01 Jun 2017 to 30 Sep 2017
R 11 060 per person sharing for 5 nights
Valid 01 Oct 2017 to 27 Dec 2017
Rates include 2 nights at Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway in a Standard room, inclusive of 3 meals, beverages (soft drinks, water, beer, selected wines, spirits) and 2 safaris daily. 3 nights at The Cape Milner inclusive of breakfast daily in a Standard Room.
Rates exclude transfers,premium beverages and gate entry fees for Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway, items of a personal nature.

Rate Includes:

* Accommodation
* Three Meals
* Beverages - soft drinks, water, beer, selected wines and spirits
* Dawn and Dusk Safaris in open safari vehicles

Rate Exclude:

* Gate Entry fee charged per person per night
* Transfers
* Premium brand beverages
* All Extras

Term & Conditions:

* Rates valid for South African residents and International guests.
* Rates are subject to change and availability.
* Term & Conditions apply.

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