Description of accommodation:
Nestled deep within the Malaria-free Welgevonden Game Reserve, situated in the breathtaking Waterberg Biosphere is the spectacular Nedile Lodge, where guests are met by pure luxury, warm hospitality and terrific activities to enjoy.
The exclusive, 5-star Nedile Lodge can accommodate 10 guests in 5 luxurious rooms. Nedile’s stylish suites have been positioned perfectly between rocky outcrops on a north-facing slope, and are complimented perfectly by breathtaking views of the Waterberg Mountains. Two of the suites may be used as family units with an inter-leading entrance hall. Each suite at Nedile has been designed for complete privacy, relaxation and comfort, and has a private deck, fireplace, ceiling fan, indoor and outdoor showers, and an invitingly luxurious bathroom. The main lodge at Nedile, with its African theme, comprises a bar, dining room and comfortable lounge, and invites guests to sit back, relax and take in the peace and tranquility of the surroundings, all while experiencing the warmth of South African hospitality.
Description of Surroundings:
For travelers seeking a genuine Out-of-Africa -style getaway, which enables them to experience the magnificence of the Big 5, while unwinding within the peaceful comforts of a luxury private game reserve, Nedile Lodge is the right place to be. At Nedile one is not only assured of superb accommodation and service, but also the finest natural splendors that Mother Nature herself has to offer. This beautiful bushveld environment is home to some of Africa’s most sought after, mysterious and elusive species of game, including one of the largest collections of white rhino to be kept on private land. The reserve also houses the remaining four animals that make up Africa’s Big 5 – lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo Additionally, guests will be treated to sightings of giraffe, zebra, eland, wildebeest and many other antelope varieties. Nedile is also the ideal place for nature lovers, and one may even get the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the aardvark, brown hyena or the rarely spotted honey badger.
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