Sefapane Lodge Safaris
About Sefapane Lodge Safaris
The club resort is situated next to the Kruger Park by a town called Phalaborwa, in the Limpopo province. It is situated only 1 km from the Phalaborwa Gate, the central gate to the Kruger National Park.The lodge is on a beautiful parcel of unspoiled Bushveld and has an African style combined with luxury, which gives guests a home away from home feeling as well as a great 'bush' experience. The luxury lodge consists of 30 fully serviced, traditional African style thatched rondavels (standard 36 m², deluxe 40 m² and family rondavels). There are also 17 excellent safari houses which are 160 m². The houses are situated around the dam, where there is brilliant birdlife. Besides that there is WLAN Internet available, a laundry facility, safe parking, bar fridges, barbecues to hire, and security. There is also a conference centre, a wedding venue, a sunken bar and a restaurant. Guests are welcomed to the establishment in a lobby with 24-hour reception and a hotel safe. The games rooms, TV lounge and kids' club ensure guests entertainment. Bicycles may be hired onsite.Each accommodation unit is equipped with an en suite bathroom with a shower, bath and a hairdryer. A safe, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, individually regulated air conditioning and a terrace also feature as standard.Guests may take a refreshing dip in one of the 2 splendid outdoor swimming pools. Sun loungers are laid out for use. The Indaba lounge and the special kids' programme offer a place for children to have fun, watch television, and play games. The spa is also at guests' disposal offering massages. The hotel organises safaris within the Kruger National Park guided by experienced FGASA qualified guides and in specially designed game viewing safari vehicles. Guests may enjoy a bike ride.
No cancellations or refunds.
From: 2016-08-02 to: 2021-12-31 - HB (Half Board) Includes Lunch per person only FB (Full Board) Includes Lunch & Dinner per person only
Sefapane Lodge Safaris Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling