Nyala Safari Lodge

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 690
PRICE (unit):
from R 8,500 - 8,500
Lodge, Self-catering
Nyala Safari Lodge is part of the Greater Kruger National Park and situated in the Balule Private Reserve, Mohlabetsi Conservancy in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. The lodge offers self-catering accommodation, including two game drives per day with an accredited and fully qualified ranger. The lodge is on the banks of the Mohlabetsi River meaning sweet waters. The five large thatched rondavels accommodating single groups from 2 to 14 guests in total.The rondavels at Nyala Safari Lodge are graciously decorated, each comprising an en-suite bathroom. A modern central kitchen - that is fully equipped - and an indoor dining area for the self-catering enthusiasts.A small swimming pool surrounded by green lawn and shady trees.The-fully serviced self-catering lodge provides an extraordinary adventure for nature lovers, where a tastefully decorated lounge area outside - under the thatch - overlooks the seasonal river bed and water-hole.An elevated wooden deck provides restful game viewing in the shade of the large Weeping Boer-Bean overlooking the river bed and water-hole. Dining takes place in the Boma where the peaceful outdoors assist in relaxing the soul. With self-catering as the only option, meals may be prepared in the kitchen or over the fire in the Boma. The experience at Nyala will be etched in your memory forever. Nyala is ideal for small groups of family and friends. Take up the exclusive use of the lodge. Les persons without the exclusive use of the lodge will be considered depending on when you want to stay. Overhead fans whisper gently to keep the pure African air circulating evenly in the room. Generous bath sheets are provided in the en-suite bathrooms. Towels for swimming are also provided. Nyala Safari Lodge in the Balule reserve is a place where time stops and life begins.The Balule reserve is located on the western boundary western boundary of the Klaserie Game Reserve which is also part of the Kruger National Park. The Mohlabetsi conservancy in Balule reserve has two non-perennial rivers meandering through the area and draws a diversity of wildlife and birds. White Rhino, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Cheetah, and other African animals can be discovered on open safari vehicles. Mohlabetsi conservancy offers you an encounter with the African Bushveld in your own way and in your own time. The riverine habitat, open grasslands, mixed woodland and many vantage points and game hides ensure the opportunity of seeing a diversity of bird and wildlife. Our rangers are accredited and fully-qualified and thus ensure that the guests receive excellent, informative, as well as highly entertaining game drives. All aspects of the Fauna and Flora found in the Reserve are covered in great detail to complete the Safari Experience. Guests always leave with the memory of an unforgettable experience.Conservation and the environment top our priority list and we are always trying our utmost to stimulate and educate our guests in this regard.
"Had a fantastic time"
28 May 2013
By Alex, South Africa
"Nyala is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the wildlife, we stayed there in 2009. The staff were very friendly and attentive. Our ranger Gideon went out of his ways to ensure we see as many animals as we can and he was very knowledgeable. The rooms and the lounge area were lovely. We had a fantastic time and can only recommend it."
17 May 2007
By Jan, South Africa
"Hennie and his staff ensured a fantastic start of our week long travel in the Lowveld"
"Nyala River Lodge & staff"
04 Nov 2006
By Barry, United Kingdom
"This was a particularly memorable part of our 6-week vacation in S.A. & Namibia - certainly the best by far for game viewing. Apart from almost rear-ending a very-surprised rhino on the way to searching for a leopard, we rewarded by a wonderfully clear sighting of the leopard. The staff were excellent and VERY accommodating - we can't praise them highly enough.In short, it lived up to its claims."