Nestled in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains in South Africa's Limpopo/Northern Province, Ekuthuleni is part of the Welgevonden Private Game Reserve, a MALARIA FREE wildlife sanctuary, covering some 33 000 hectares of bush.
Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast in anticipation of the day's excursions: perhaps a game drive or walking on foot in the spoor of the big five? View game rich plains through the foliage of the majestic Seringa and Stamvrug trees, or just relax next to the pool.
Each of Ekuthuleni's five intimate, fully en-suite lodges, offers a private vista of unspoilt African savannahs, offering total privacy to exclusive parties of up to ten people. Larger conference groups may be accommodated by special arrangement. Gourmet meals and guided game drives are included in daily tariffs. A rich bird life, a variety of fascinating trees and plants, an abundance of other wildlife, as well as the big five may be experienced by guests. Meal times are flexible so as to accommodate guests returning from game drives and guided walks. High tea is served in the afternoon.
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Each of Ekuthuleni's FIVE, intimate, fully en-suite lodges offers a private vista of unspoilt African Savannahs.
Inclusions / Exclusions:
Game drive snacks
Two game drives
A game walk
Personalised service & attention
All personal drinks
Return road & air transfers
Cigars & cigarettes
Purchase from Curio Shop
Tips and Hints:
Check-in and check-out times:
Check-in time is 14:00 and you should be ready to depart at 11:00, as this enables us to rotate rooms for the next arrival of guests.
Swimming: swimming towels are provided.
A same-day laundry service is available to guests, which will be charged to your account.
Bottled water is provided for drinking purposes. Please note the borehole water has a very high pH Level, and is not recommended for drinking purposes.
The times for game drives will be arranged by your ranger:
Morning drives - you will enjoy a tea/coffee stop with rusks and biscuits, breakfast is served on your return.
Afternoon/evening drives - Depart after high tea, stop for sundowners and return to camp for dinner.
We suggest the following to make your game drive comfortable and rewarding:
A hat or cap and sunscreen.
Warm clothes, especially during the winter months. A jersey or jacket is recommended for evening drives. Extra blankets and rain ponchos are provided on the vehicles.
Binoculars, a camera and extra film.
Guided walks are offered, usually in the mornings after breakfast, but can be arranged at other times.
Children of all ages are welcome at Ekuthuleni Lodge.
No children under the age of 4 allowed on Game Drives at Ekuthuleni Lodge thus one of the parents should stay at the lodge during Game Drives.
Anza the good service started with you :-)
Ethukuleni Lodge is a nice lodge for people that are not willing to spend too much and still get a good quality. Graeme the ranger took good care of us and told us lots of things about wildlife with lots of enthusiasm. We have stayed in more expensives lodges before but I must say that I really enjoyed my time at ethukeleni and I will definately go back in the near future.
Bryan Wijsman 25-Oct-05