Description of Glamping Units
This unique, all-inclusive, luxury safari holiday is located in Kruger National Park, South Africa, and can accommodate up to four guests. Guests of this accommodation will have their every need taken care of and will be provided with a private, game-viewing vehicle (including a ranger and tracker), a private butler, and a private chef.
There is one bedroom that has a queen-size, canopy bed with an ensuite bathroom attached. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and a bathtub and a shower. Linens and towels are provided.
In the living room, guests will find a desk and desk chair, along with plush furniture that overlooks the private plunge pool attached to the room. Other amenities include a wood-burning fireplace for chillier nights, coffee and tea makers, an electronic safe in the room to store belongings, Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning.
Outside, along with the pool, there is comfortable, modern furniture for guests to utilize for ultimate relaxation and appreciation of the land around them. Read More
- Double bed
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Private bathroom
- Private pool
- Running water
- Towels provided
Facilities at the safari lodge include gourmet cuisine and a full wine cellar with some of South Africa's best blends. Guests may enjoy a variety of gourmet meals at the safari lodge; the staff works with the needs of each guest to ensure their dietary needs are met.
There are public lounge areas with large fireplaces, as well as a relaxing and luxurious spa. Road transfers are available for all guests, and there is a curio shop for selecting one-of-a-kind gifts and a laundry at the lodge. Wi-Fi can be found everywhere on the property. Breakfast is provided every day, as well as airport transportation for guests who need it.
- Breakfast included
- Deck or balcony
Location + Surroundings
This incredibly unique South African safari lodge is just a short drive from the Hoedspruit Airport or a six-hour drive from Johannesburg. The property sits on an unfenced private game reserve called Manyeleti, right beside Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands, and the Timbavati Reserves. The divide between properties is unfenced, allowing guests to experience wildlife unlike anywhere else in the world. Read More
Additional charges apply for private 4x4 Landcruiser rides, including when going birding. Please inquire on-site about the extra fees.
- Bird watching
Guests staying at the lodge should have a certain curiosity for South African culture and big game. Most of the activities on the property involve experiencing life on the safari firsthand through the wisdom of a hand-picked guide, whose aim is to make guests feel comfortable and excited about the culture and the incredible animals they'll see.
The safari lodge hosts five main events: game drives, in which guests are given a brief safety training before are taken out in open 4x4 Land Cruisers to spy all the game possible in the area, with help from the keen-eyed guides and security; game walks, in which guides will lead guests on walking trails to get a closer look at plants, trees, and insects local to the area; private 4x4 safari tours, in which guests who have a specific interest and desire to spend more time looking at specific plains or animals may go out in the Land Cruiser with a guide to spend more time on these interests; stargazing, in which guests are given the opportunity to lay out under the African sky and use a mead telescope to get a closer look at the stars; birding, in which guests who might be passionate about birds are able to spend time in a private 4x4 Land Cruiser admiring and learning more about birds with the resident bird specialist.
During the day, guests are welcome to participate in any of the activities taking place at the safari lodge, such as a town tour, meeting hippos, engaging with elephants, and even going for a ride in a hot air balloon.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Pets are not allowed, and smoking is prohibited.
Large groups are discouraged.
Due to safety regulations, no person under the age of 16 is permitted on a bush walk.