Mohlabetsi Safari Lodge, Balule Private Game Reserve, South Africa
- Luxury accommodation in 4-star African style Rondawels
- Game viewing safaris in open Landrovers with exceptional guides
- Game walks for unparalleled encounters with nature
- Relax beside a sparkling pool or enjoy aromatherapy massages
See an Ethnic Delight Safari Package based on this safari lodge.
This safari lodge in South Africa is situated near the Kruger Park, is easily accessible and it's an ideal base from which to explore all this region has to offer. Experience the magic. This is Africa at its best - it combines intimacy with nature, in comfort and warm hospitality.
The lodge accommodates guests in en-suite rondavels (hut houses) with an attractive Afro-ethnic theme, or at the self-catering Bush lodge. Whether sipping sundowners on a game drive, or relaxing beside the sparkling pool, guests soon discover that here the accent is on comfort and unobtrusive attentiveness. And meals are a culinary delight.
The view is of open plains across the Mohlabetsi valley, with the Drakensberg Escarpment in the background. This panorama is enjoyed from a wonderful thatched lapa and bar where one may watch animals come to drink at a pan in the foreground. The swimming pool is perfectly placed and, you are bound to use it after a day in the African heat.
With only six African Rondawels and two Family Lodges, you will enjoy the intimacy and privacy of a small camp. The rooms, with al fresco showers, are decorated using indigenous themes, inspired by local tradition & culture. Gourmet meals are served in unusual surroundings, reflecting the spirit of your safari adventure.
The Rangers and Trackers, whose enthusiasm and knowledge will make your safari unforgettable, guide you into the world of the Greater Kruger Park. Travel in open Landrovers or set out on foot to explore the wonder of this unspoilt ecosystem. Thrill all of your senses with the myriad encounters that you will experience.
This South Africa safari accommodation is situated in the Balule Nature Reserve which is integrated into the Greater Kruger Park. The unfenced eastern boundary allows the free flow of animals within a 65 000 km2 Transfrontier Park incorporating South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.