Mabula Game Lodge

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PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 1,690
Mabula has built up a reputation over many years as one of South Africas leading family safari destinations. Its a place that many people return to year after year, and where its easy to create special shared memories of wonderful bushveld experiences.

Mabula is more than just a game lodge; the Mabula Private Game Reserve is an incredible conservation success story, with swathes of ranches being restored to their former glory as natural bushveld.

Mabula provides a safe haven to many species, while focused breeding programmes (in collaboration with other reserves) are helping to ensure the future of creatures as diverse as cheetahs and southern ground hornbills.

Mabula Game Lodge is easily accessible from either Johannesburg or Pretoria the drive time is just two hours from either city. On arrival, guests enter the wonderful world of the bushveld as the malaria-free landscape of Limpopo rolls out before them.

Nestling in the shelter of the Waterberg Mountains, Mabula is known for the diversity of its habitats which range from savannah to rocky outcrops. Hilltops such as the famous Christmas Hill offer superb views and settings for sundowners, while Mabulas many dams provide tranquil settings in which to enjoy a tea and coffee break during the morning game drive. The diversity of habitats at Mabula helps to explain the wide range of species that are found here, including all of the Big 5.

Mabula Game Lodge has retained a distinctive, authentically African style of dcor the rooms are noted for both their comfort and design. When it comes to dining, Mabula offers a number of intriguing venues from the main dining room to the shady outside terrace and of course the boma.

The surrounding bushveld can be explored on guided bush walks, horseback safaris and quad bike excursions, as well as classic game drives. The variety of activities on offer ensures that both children and adults will have the time of their lives at Mabula Game Lodge.

Please be advised that the gate entry fees are not included in the rates.
"The game drives with Solly"
04 Dec 2017
By Liesbeth Roberts
"We spent only one night at the Lodge, but Solly made sure that we could see the best... Cheetah kill, we arrived just after the kill took place, poor impala was still kicking. But what a magnificent sighting!"
"Three nights was not enough."
29 Aug 2015
By J., Australia
"Mabula was recommended by a friend and she was absolutely right. I loved it and particularly admired the high level of care for the animals who all looked to be in great condition. The staff all took great trouble to see that every guest felt relaxed and had a great time."