Zwahili Private Game Lodge - The Waterberg
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private game lodge is situated 2 hours North of Johannesburg in a
malaria free area at the foot of the Waterberg in the Springbok Flats -
Zwahili the most spectacular sunsets are experienced from the extended
timber deck, you’ll find unsurpassed peace and tranquillity while in
the distance nocturnal life comes alive. As the Southern Cross and
Orion’s belt garland the dome of the night sky, the distant smell of
campfire from the open-air boma welcomes the guests back from their
early evening game drive.
faint call of tribal drums announces an array of culinary delights to
appease even the most discerning palates. As a nightcap, Zwahili offers
evening viewing of the game almost on the front lawn.
Main Lodge at Zwahili Private Game Lodge comprises: The
Cheetah Room which is a luxurious queen size bedroom, furnished in a
true African style. The
Cheetah room is complemented with an en-suite bathroom, a large oval
bath, shower and a separate toilet, a private balcony with a
breathtaking view of the bush, and night game viewing of the waterhole. The Elephant room
consists of a King sized bed has his & hers
en-suite bathrooms, one with the shower and the other with a bath. The
Royal African is a presidential suite which is independent from the main lodge
with additional features that create a unique bushveld encounter.
The tented accommodation consists of a Colonial style tent with draped roof under thatch. A private under thatch balcony and sun deck adds to the luxury of these unique tents. The tents contains a mistrial Victorian style en-suite bathroom and outside shower for two. Brass & copper fittings complement the ball & claw bath and “His and Hers” basins.
viewing, conducted by an experienced ranger offers sighting of giraffe,
cheetah, civet cat, zebra, blue wildebeest, eland, impala, kudu, bush
pig, warthog, and numerous smaller antelope. Over 300 species of African
bird life with rare sightings such as lizard buzzard and brown snake
eagle. The world-renowned Nylsvly bird sanctuary is in close proximity
for aspiring birdwatchers. Guided bush walks and excursions ascending
“Witkop” going back in time to when the “bittereinders”, at the
helm of a Boer General, utilized this koppie as a hideout from the
British for almost two years. “Witkop" stands proud in bearing
homage to a period in history long forgotten.
Zwahili Private Game Lodge - The Waterberg - Limpopo Province - South Africa