Safari Lodge Tented Camp, Amakhala Reserve

Four star rated  Safari Lodge in a valley of indigenous bush at the northern boundary of Amakhala Game Reserve, offers the three-day Tuskers Package which, along with activities on Amakhala offers a game drive into Addo Elephant National Park.

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Safari Lodge in a valley of indigenous bush

African tribal design-inspired owners and artists, Mike and Justine Weeks’ meticulous attention to detail is reflected in the fine African beadwork and handcrafted designs that are evident throughout this prestigious lodge. This thatched lodge with its unique safari huts and signature stone-capped roof tops, offers all the comforts of a luxury lodge and is an undisturbed retreat where you can regenerate your soul and tune into the sounds of nature. The view from the safari huts and lounge area is of the waterhole where monkeys come to play and antelope and zebra to quench their thirst.

Rooms:

The Safari Lodge sleeps 24 people in 11 luxury suites complete with private plunge pools and separate lounge areas. Large beds draped with mosquito nets, sparkling wine on ice alongside a double bath filled with aromatherapy scented bubbles make this a favourite for honeymooners and the romantic at heart.

Location:

Take the N2 from Port Elizabeth to Grahamstown. Approximately 62 kilometres turn left on the R342 to Paterson. Approximately 5 kilometres turn left at the Safari Lodge signposted entrance.

Contact

Contact Amakhala Reserve;s Safari Lodge here.

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