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SHIBULA LODGE & BUSH SPA - Waterberg Area

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SHIBULA LODGE & BUSH SPA - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area

Voted by Getaway as one of the top 10 most romantic destinations in South Africa, and by Elle and Marie Claire as one of the "Pick of the Best" Bush Lodges.

Superbly situated close to the best game viewing areas of the 36 000 hectare private Welgevonden Game Reserve. Shibula Lodge hugs the banks of a scenic river and has magnificent views of the overhanging cliffs, where the antics of the resident baboon troop entertain guests.

SHIBULA LODGE & BUSH SPA - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area

This malaria-free reserve, where the big five (Lion, Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant and Leopard) roam freely, is home to an extraordinary diversity of plant and animal wildlife, as well as more than 350 species of birds. Shibula has access to the entire 36 000 ha reserve which forms part of a bigger 100 000 ha game reserve.

Guests are assured of exceptional game viewing. Including some of the best Rhino sightings on the continent. Large variety of different antelope can be seen in one game reserve than in any other game reserve in Southern Africa. Rare game species includes Aardvark and Brown Hyena, Eland, Gemsbok, Tsessebe and Bush Pig. Night game drives give the visitor an insight into South African nocturnal wildlife.

Shibula Lodge and Bush Spa, a five star accredited lodge in the Welgevonden Game Reserve in Limpopo Province, South Africa and offers the discerning visitor African in all its untamed magnificence, along with truly superb standards of hospitality.

Tariffs:
Includes VAT and 1% tourism levy. Excludes game reserve levy of R59.00 per person per bed night. Subject to change without prior notice.

All rates are quoted in ZAR (South African Rands) and foreign currency payments are accepted at the daily bank rate of exchange valid in South Africa on the date that payment is received.
Single supplement R1000.00 NETT per person per night
Children above the age of 12 years pay full adult rate

SHIBULA LODGE & BUSH SPA - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area

ACCOMMODATION

Guests have a choice of eight luxuriously furnished suites; all fitted Victorian baths, inside and outside showers, private patios and mini bars.

We have four standard suites, 1, 2, 3, 4. Suites 1 and 4 are not as spacious as the luxury suites, but do have an outside Jacuzzi.

The luxury suites, 5 and 8 both with air con are more spacious and luxurious as the standard suites. Suite 5 has a private lounge with fireplace and outside Jacuzzi. Suite 6 and 7 has a private lounge with fireplace, satellite TV, a private patio and splash pool. Ideal for a family or a small group of four. Suite 8 has a private lounge, fire place and a spa bath in the bedroom.

The décor in the lodge has been acclaimed by all as being exceptional and unique. As far as the décor is concerned, Shibula is a real “lady in the bush”. Lace and crystal subtly blend with authentic African culture. The interior of Shibula gives one a classis ethnic feel.

Decorated by Adila, each piece is handpicked and the special attention to detail has given Shibula its unique classic ethnic feel. Each chalet is individually furnished in a different style and each room has a décor style, which reflects the name of the unit.

SHIBULA LODGE & BUSH SPA - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area

BUSH SPA

"Shibula's therapist is on hand to provide relaxing and rejuvenating treatments in our newly renovated Bush Spa in the heart of Welgevonden Game Reserve. Products locally produced in South Africa add to this truly African experience.

Let the natural sounds and smells of Shibula be the background to your personal body treatments with an abundance of exotic herbs and essential oils to provide the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation. In the comfort of our Bush Spa take your body on a sense safari! With indigenous base oil ingredients such as Marula and Baobab, rooibos extract and Kalahari Watermelon the true richness of Africa come to life."

CONFERENCING

  • Conference area seat 18 people
  • Outside bar area
  • Boma area next to conference
  • Basic conference equipment is available

Any special equipment required to be arranged with management

WEDDING CEREMONIES

  • Ceremony for up to 28 people
  • Accommodation can be arranged for up to 10 guests at neighbouring lodges

CUISINE AND DINE

Dine in an intimate wine cellar, enjoy starlight boma dinners, with traditional potjiekos and other Gourmet dishes and be entertained by our resident Shibula singers and dancers. The main deck overlooks the waterhole while listening to the nightly antics of the resident baboon troop, private dining in the Shibula Royal Suite, the Presidential Suite or in the wine cellar.

Table settings are done in an artistic manner by fully trained personnel.

Our own specially designed wine cellar compliments the healthy, distinctly African-inspired freshly prepared cuisine by our master chef. The wine cellar is stocked with an excellent selection of South African award-winning wines.

The wine cellar is an excellent venue for private dining by special arrangement.

The owner of Shibula, Francois Klomp is also the owner of The Freedom Hill Wine Estate, and he is personally involved in our wine selection.

NUNGUBANE GAME LODGE - Waterberg Area

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NUNGUBANE GAME LODGE - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area

Head North from Johannesburg, and a mere 3 hour drive will bring you to Nungubane Game Lodge which lies in Welgevonden Private Game Reserve, at the heart of the spectacular Waterberg. The Waterberg, high in the Limpopo Province, is one of South Africa’s last unspoilt wildernesses.

Free from malaria, with a temperate climate, Welgevonden is a leading South African private game reserve. Its 34000 hectares are home to the Big Five, including some 50 White Rhino, 16 species of antelope, a rich variety of other animals and some 250 species of birds.

Nungubane welcomes a maximum of ten guests in an atmosphere of intimate luxury. Guests are accommodated in spacious chalets, which command majestic views over the reserve from their individual decks.

Nungubane is known for the warmth of its welcome, the friendliness of its staff, and for its highly commended cuisine.

Includes: - All meals, Tea & Coffees, Accommodation and 2 daily activities
Excludes: - All drinks, curio purchases, Laundry and items of a personal nature
Tourism Levy: - No levies are charged at present

NUNGUBANE GAME LODGE - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area NUNGUBANE GAME LODGE - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area NUNGUBANE GAME LODGE - Limpopo Province - Waterberg Area

ROOM CONFIGURATION - 5 luxury chalets in total:

  • 2 Rooms with king size beds
  • 3 Rooms with twin beds

GENERAL INFORMATION ON ALL ROOMS

  • Each chalet has its own deck
  • All Chalets have en-suite bathrooms
  • Extra outdoor showers in each chalet
  • Overhead fans
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Fireplaces
  • During the heat of the day, relax by the pool, or in the cool comfort of the spacious main lodge.
  • In the evening, dine on the lodge deck or by firelight in the boma, under the stars.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE

  • Game Drives in open vehicles
  • Bush Dinners
  • Bird Watching
  • Walking Safaris (on request)
  • Swimming
  • Fireplaces