Guests at these Entabeni Game Reserve Lodges in Limpopo, South Africa, can enjoy bush walks, 4x4 safaris, boat cruises and bird watching. Enjoy sights of sandstone mountains and waterfalls.
Known as the "Place of the Mountain", Entabeni Game Reserve is located in the spectacular World Heritage Waterberg Biosphere. This 22 000 hectare African Big Five game reserve in Limpopo is a completely malaria-free safari destination and boasts five eco-sytems.
In Entabeni Game Reserve there is plenty to see - from the open grassy plains, the beautiful rock formations, sandveld vegetation, to the spectacular wildlife. The reserve is home to the Big Five - elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard - that can be spotted on game drives, walking safaris and even horseback riding.
Entabeni Game Reserve offers comfortable accommodation at a choice of lodges, where wonderful activities can also be enjoyed. Explore the scenery on helicopter flights, enjoy a game of golf, relax at the spa, and spend an evening under the stars to admire the constellations.
Lakeside Game Lodgeoffers a Big Five safari in Entabeni Game Reserve, a Limpopo game reserve in South Africa. Highlights include bush walks, 4x4 safaris, boat cruises and bird watching at this family friendly safari in the malaria-free Waterberg area.
Kingfisher Game Lodge is surrounded by mountains right on the banks of Lake Entabeni in the Entabeni Game Reserve in Limpopo, South Africa. Activities at this Big Five loge includes wildlife safaris, bird watching and helicopter safaris.
Ravineside Safari Lodge is towered by majestic mountains and beautiful natural rock formations. The lodge offers cosy accommodation in a tranquil, malaria free environment surrounded by natural rock formations. Explore Entabeni Game Reserve on game drives, walking safaris and many more.
Wildside Safari Lodge is situated in the malaria free Entabeni Game Reserve where the Big Five can be spotted as well as other game such as Hyena, Impala and Giraffe and the African Big 5. Go on horseback or quad bike rides and in the evenings relax around the campfire in the traditional boma.