Nestled in a quiet part of the resort between the 4th and 5th Fairway. Away from main thoroughfare traffic, but still only just a few steps from all the action.
Three spacious air-conditioned bedrooms. There is one bedroom upstairs with a king sized bed and en-suite shower. Downstairs one bedroom has a double bed and en-suite bathroom (no separate shower only a shower attachment in the bath). The other bedroom has twin single beds and its own bathroom. All rooms have fitted wardrobes, dressing tables with mirrors and hairdryers. All bedrooms have ceiling fans in addition to air-conditioning. Linen and towels are provided.
The lounge, with the dining area to the rear, has direct access to the outside entertainment area, which is where you’ll probably spend most of your time when you’re not out on Safari. There are 2 two-seater sofa, 2 wicker arm chair and coffee’s table for your comfort. A television is housed in a cabinet and sliding doors open out onto the decking. The dining area has a 6-seater wooden table
The fully equipped kitchen houses everything you would expect: an oven and hob, washing machine, large fridge-freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker etc. There’s plenty storage space and work surfaces throughout.
Communal pool within walking distance from the chalet
Activities within the Resort
* 9 hole (18 tees) golf course designed by Gary Player
* Pro shop
* Driving range
* Three swimming pools
* Tennis courts – floodlit at night
* Putt putt
* Laundry and car wash facilities
* Playground and trampoline
* Nature trails
* Jogging trail
* Hippo hide
* Indigenous gardens
* In season entertainment
* Lapa overlooking the Sabie river
* Coffee shop & restaurant
One of the highlights of your stay is certain to be an excursion to the Kruger National Park – one of the most eminent game parks in the world. The Phabeni Gate is only a 15 minute drive from Kruger Park Lodge. Other attractions include:
Mac Mac Falls
Blyde River Canyon
Long Tom Pass
Hot Air Ballooning
Mpumalanga,the place of the rising sun, is one of South Africa ‘s fastest growing provinces. Most people are attracted by the splendid panorama, others by the fauna and flora, and yet others by the saga of the 1870’s gold rush era and a wealth of fascinating tribal legends.
Appropriately branded as ‘Paradise Country’ a small number of regions in the world can contest the extraordinary beauty of the lowveld and escarpment. Mountains, panoramic passes, valleys, rivers, waterfalls and forests typify the landscape.
This is also Big Game country, the setting for dozens of sanctuaries teeming with wildlife and birds. Among them, the Kruger National Park is world renowned, as are several of the luxurious private reserves on its western boundary.
The entire area offers incomparable opportunities for bird watching, hiking, horse riding and fishing. Streams once panned for gold have become the haunts of eager anglers and lazy trout. Steeped in the history of pioneers, hunters and fortune seekers, fascinating gold rush towns abound.
Barberton and Pilgrim’s Rest are among the most famed. A unique, additional dimension occurs in the Middleveld region, which is occupied by the Ndebele people, noteworthy for their traditional gear and attractively decorated houses.
En route to the Kruger National Park through Mpumalanga , you have the opportunity to see breathtaking vistas of the locale. Turn off the N4 to the village of Dullstroom , journey over the Long Tom Pass and its magnificent panoramic views to Lone Creek Falls and the amiable forestry town of Sabie . Just beyond Sabie, the Mac Mac Falls are worth stopping for; and you can indulge yourself in a swim in the crystal-clear pools.
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