Ngala Game Lodge
LOCATION: Ngala Game Lodge is situated on 14 800 hectares/36 500 acres of exclusive game-rich Kruger National Park land, Northern Province, South Africa. The Lodge's spectacular setting is near the Kruger's Timbavati gate.
ACCESS: Federal Air operates a daily flight from Johannesburg International Airport to Ngala airstrip, which is a 45-minute drive from the camp. Daily SA Express scheduled flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town International Airports to Eastgate Airport. The transfer from Eastgate Airport is by road and takes one hour. Ngala is accessible for guests by two-wheel drive vehicle. Driving time from Johannesburg is 5 hours on excellent roads.
UNIQUE SELLING POINTS: First private game reserve to be incorporated into the two million hectare world famous Kruger National Park, dazzling and prolific array of spectacular wildlife, huge breeding herds of elephant and high concentrations of lion, vast terrain – enables wide-ranging rare wild dog to thrive, Timbavati River habitat offers excellent game viewing, phenomenal leopard sightings, elusive nocturnal animals e.g. African wild cat and serval, comfortable double chalets that echo the elegance and romance of bygone Africa, luxurious Safari Suite with private ranger and 4x4 safari vehicle, swimming pool and sundeck overlooking attractive water hole - often frequented by elephant, unique lantern-lit courtyard, offers unique activities for children, Specialist Safari - Tracking @ Ngala, member of Small Luxury Hotels Of The World.
ACCOMMODATION: 20 air-conditioned cottages with en suite bath, shower,
twin hand basins, w.c and intimate veranda.
One luxurious Safari Suite with en suite bathroom, separate sitting room, additional w.c, outdoor shower, large deck/veranda and private swimming pool.
GUEST AREAS: Secluded in leafy woodlands, Ngala's guest areas include a spacious thatched sitting, bar and dining area with impressive open fireplaces, shaded swimming pool and sundecks overlooking a busy waterhole. Dinner is served either in the traditional African boma (reeded enclosure) or in the romantic lantern-lit courtyard. The lodge has a well-stocked craft gallery. A well-equipped, air- conditioned conference room seating up to 42 delegates is situated in a quiet corner away from the central guest areas.
ACTIVITIES: Twice daily game-drives in open game viewing vehicles and nature walks on the reserve are included in the rate. The excellent game viewing experience is complemented by other activities such as stargazing, bird-watching and moonlit bush dinners and bush sundowners (weather permitting).
Rates per room per night, specials, seasons, meals, children policy: on request
01 - 06 January / February / March /October / November / 21 - 31 December
Low Season: 07 - 31ST January/ April/May/June/July/ August/September /01 - 20 December
• Three meals daily
• Soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beers
• Teas and coffees
• Scheduled safari activities
• Refreshments on game drives
• Nature walks (1 hour) accompanied by experienced armed trackers, subject to availability (N/A at Madikwe)
• Emergency medical evacuation insurance
No single supplement is charged for the first two single rooms on a booking. Additional rooms: 50% supplement.
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
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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