Sanbona Wildlife Reserve Montagu
the foot of the towering Warmwaterberg mountain in the heart of the Little
Karoo, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve celebrates the spirit of the San people who
once roamed this distinctive area. Sanbona and the spirit of the San people
welcome you. More than 54000 hectares of undulating mountains and plains,
indigenous flora and fauna, rock formations and rock art make this a
destination not to be missed. Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is home to free ranging
Accommodation is offered at Tilney Manor, once a thriving fruit farm dating back to 1898 has six luxuriously appointed rooms. This exclusivity ensures that guests can experience personal service and world-class cuisine in an atmosphere of privacy and tranquility. Comfortable lounges with fireplaces for winter nights, private verandas, romantic freestanding baths and carefully sheltered outdoor showers are just a few of the pleasures that guests can enjoy. More modern comforts include air-conditioning, satellite television, private bars and tea and coffee making facilities. The fully equipped Spa offers guests the opportunity to recover from the rigors of the outside world and restore their sense of inner harmony.
Sanbona's second lodge, Khanni, is named after the San word for Eland - a magnificent antelope revered by the San as ruler of the animal kingdom. Tucked away in a secluded valley overlooking a natural watering hole, Khanni Lodge is an idyllic Klein Karoo summer house, with wrap-around verandas, high lime-washed ceilings and exposed beams providing a feeling of cool, airy space. From the verandah and rim-flow swimming pool guests can watch animals visiting the watering hole to drink, and the private verandas of the lodge's four spacious suites offer exquisite views of the surrounding landscape. Khanni Lodge provides guests with an enchanting choice of settings in which to relax - from the airy dining room and cozy lounge with its fireplace, to the outdoor dining patio and barbeque facilities.
Allow Sanbona's qualified rangers to lead you in comfortable Land Rovers, or on foot through the bush to spot a wide range of plants and animals. Sunrise and sunset trails lead to secluded rock pools and spectacular examples of San art – hidden away between breathtaking rock formations. There are a wide range of easy and challenging routes from which to choose. Watch birds of prey soar in the wide blue African sky.
Rates per person per night, Tilney and Khanni rooms: on request
Rates are inclusive of accommodation, meals, game drives, taxes and local South African beverages
A 50% single supplement applies
Rates exclude: private bar, laundry, shop purchases, spa treatments, telephone calls, transfers, imported beverages
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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