Entabeni Game Reserve
Game Reserve is situated on more than 10000 hectares of beautiful scenery and
vegetation, compromising bushveld, unspoilt ravines and wooded hillsides that
are haven to the Big Five and a large variety of game. Extending from
Entabeni’s spectacular Hanglip in the east, the Waterberg mountain range
stretches over 150 km. Today the Waterberg is one of South Africa’s last great
wildernesses, and one of it’s major advantages is a malaria free environment.
Unique features of this area include spectacular scenery consisting of
grasslands surrounded by mountains, a 1,5km long lake, a 2000ft escarpment,
diverse wildlife and Big 5 game viewing. The Game Reserve reflects the rich
variety of the Waterberg’s terrain and its attendant diversity of flora. The
2000 ft sheer escarpment divides the reserve into a higher and lower area with
two different ecological systems.
Passing down through the breathtaking Yellowwood Gorge, the road twists down the escarpment between cliffs, waterfalls and forests. At the foot of the escarpment you enter a warmer climate with sandveld-vegetation, dense bush, plains and a series of wetlands – a birdwatcher’s paradise. Facilities comprise six well appointed luxury lodges. Each lodge offers inviting lounge/dining areas, specially designed furniture, fireplaces and all kinds of personalized service and creates the ideal setting for the discerning tourist. Various dining venues including five restaurants & seven bomas, conference facilities, a cultural village with tribal dancing and a wellness/beauty centre are offered.
Kingfisher Lodge: Set on the banks of Lake Entabeni, Kingfisher Lodge is the most exclusive and luxurious of all the lodges, offering superb personalized service. The lodge has a spacious lounge/dining room, which opens onto a wooden deck and offers guests the opportunity of enjoying the views, tranquil surroundings and prolific bird life. The eight deluxe bedrooms and en suite bathrooms are stylishly decorated and feature fireplaces, mini-bars and private decks. The sparkling pool set in lush garden surroundings is an ideal setting to relax between game drives, while the boma with its lanterns under African skies creates magical evenings.
Lakeside Lodge: Lake Entabeni, 1,7 km long, lies between soaring bluffs and peaks, a wonderful place for bird-watching and viewing a rich variety of wildlife. The hippos of Lake Entabeni are a special feature. On the banks of Lake Entabeni luxurious and elegantly furnished en suite bedrooms are linked with thatched walkways to the reception, restaurant, conference and boma areas. Enjoy sundowners on your own private deck with the always-changing colours of the Entabeni mountain reflecting in the lake.
Eagle's Nest:The exclusive Eagle's Nest with four en suite bedrooms nestles high on a hill overlooking Entabeni Lake and mountain. This luxury wooden and stone lodge built on stilts provides a perfect setting with spectacular bird's-eye views.
Ravineside Lodge: Ravineside Lodge comprises tranquil thatched wooden lodges on stilts with bird’s-eye views. Each lodge has 3 or 4 luxury en suite bedrooms with an African ethnic theme. A private open-plan lounge and bar area extends to the open sundecks. From here the guests can indulge in bird and game watching and experience the beauty of the ravine with the rippling sound of water far down in the valley.
Wildside Camp: Nestled against the majestic cliffs of the Waterberg mountain you can experience the wild side of the bush at Wildside Camp. Stay close to nature in luxury tents on wooden decks with uniquely painted en suite bathrooms or in intimate en suite cottages.
Earthsong: Discover the exclusive Earthsong Lodge with its 10 luxury en-suite thatched rooms on the lower escarpment surrounded by wetlands and plains. The main reception area adjacent to a private lounge and dining room, all completed in an African baroque theme, leads onto a courtyard, swimming pool and boma. All the bedrooms have private sun decks with spectacular mountain views, a lounge area with romantic fireplace and en-suite bathrooms. Included is a honeymoon suite with Jacuzzi bath and conveniently situated to ensure a memorable stay.
Activities: Safaris on open 4x4 vehicles, close encounters with the Big Five and numerous wildlife species are but a few of the special experiences that Entabeni has to offer. Qualified and knowledgeable game rangers will take delegates on an educational journey of breathtaking scenery, diverse vegetation and prolific bird life. Other activities on the reserve include guided walks and horseback safaris. Visit host Pedi Cultural Village, Eugene Marais museum and curio shops or pamper yourself at host health/beauty centre. Scenic helicopter flights can be arranged including breakfast on Hanglip mountain which is an experience "beyond comparison".
How to get there: Take the N1 North Highway to Mookgopong (Naboomspruit). From here 2 different routes lead to the Lodges:
To proceed to Kingfisher, Ravineside, Eagle's Nest or Lakeside Lodges: Keep on the tar road for 23,8 km. The road becomes a gravel road. Continue on this road for another 21,5 km. You’ll see an Entabeni Game Reserve sign on the righthand side. Turn right and drive 3,3 km on a dirt road until you reach the security entrance gate.
To proceed to Wildside Camp & Earthsong: Turn left and continue for 22 km till you reach the Haakdoorn turnoff. Turn left and continue for a further 8 km on a gravel road till you reach the big Entabeni Wildside Camp sign on your righthand side and the security entrance gate.
Rates per room per night, specials, seasons, meals, children policy: on request
|Lakeside lodge/Revineside Lodge & Eagle's Nest|
|Kingfisher Lodge/Earthsong Lodge|
|Windside Tented Camp|
Contact & reservations:
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Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
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