Leshiba Wilderness

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PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 1,320
PRICE (unit):
from R 2,310
Leshiba Wilderness is an eco-friendly game and nature reserve that offers accommodation on top of the Soutpansberg Mountains in the Limpopo. It is one of the countrys most unique environments. Guests have a choice of staying the Venda Village Lodge, the Hamasha Bush Camp and the Indigenous Knowledge Centre with full board and self-catering options.

The Venda Village offers comfortable Double Rooms, Twin Rooms or Single Rooms with comfortable queen-size or twin beds and each has a unique en-suite bathroom. The Mwedzi and Duvha Luxury Suites are also located in the lodge and they offer comfortable twin beds or king-size beds and full en-suite bathrooms. These suites also have fully equipped kitchens and lounges with open fireplaces. All meals, tea and coffee facilities as well as fruit, snacks and one game activity per day are included for guests staying in the Veda Village Lodge.

The Hamasha Bush Camp can accommodate a total of eight guests and consists of two chalets, each with two interleading en-suite bedrooms. The rooms offer either a double bed or twin beds and they share the use of outdoor showers. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and guests can relax in the cosy lounge with its open fireplace. The camp offers total privacy and exclusivity, and there is no cellphone reception. Please note that 4x4 or high-clearance vehicles are required to reach this camp.

The Indigenous Knowledge Centre consist of four solar-powered rondavels that can accommodate between two and four guests and three rondavels that share the use of two outside bathrooms with showers and toilets. The fourth rondavel has an en-suite bathroom with a shower and toilet. The rondavels share the use of a large open-plan communal room that consists of a kitchen, a dining room, a lounge and a veranda. Wi-Fi Internet access is also available.

Guests can relax on the communal pool deck which offers stunning views over the Duluni Valley and they can make use of the famous most delicious bath in Africa which is a special bath hut.

Walk amongst wildlife including rhinos, leopards, porcupines and pangolins, along spectacular trails through forests, across plains and down breathtaking gorges with sparkling pools. Visit an ancient rock art site, go adventure horse riding and enjoy sundowner game drives.
"Absolutely amazed"
01 Oct 2013
By Liz, South Africa
"Bit of a bumpy ride to get there but its definitely worth it! Beautiful location and such friendly staff. Didn't have such good weather but we were made so comfortable next to the fire. We had a great weekend!"