Entabeni Lakeside Lodge is situated on the banks of Entabeni Lake on the upper escarpment of the 22 000 ha Entabeni Safari Conservancy in the malaria-free Waterberg region of Limpopo Province.
Accommodation at Entabeni Lakeside Lodge
28 Luxury en-suite bedrooms including 8 family rooms.
On the banks of Lake Entabeni luxurious and elegantly furnished en suite bedrooms are linked with thatched walkways to the Reception, Restaurant Conference and Boma areas.
- 24 Bedrooms, including 8 Family Rooms
- Spa Facilities
- All-weather Hippo Boma
- Swimming Pool
- Lakeside Restaurant & Boma
- Springbok Bar & Lounge
- Curio Shop
- Conference Facilities
- Entabeni Plains Fig Trees Outdoor Venue
Telephone, Ceiling Fans, Hair-Dryer, Safe, Tea/Coffee Station, Guest Amenities, Mini Bar, Magazine
Lakeside Restaurant and Lakeside Boma
Private Outside Venues
Fig Trees, Hanglip Mountain, Hanglip Viewpoint, Hippo Boma, Boekenhout and Yellowwood picnic site.
Facilities and Activities at Entabeni Lakeside Lodge
- Game Drives & Bush Walks
- Star Gazing in the Astro-Boma
- Boat Cruise
- Helicopter Flights - Transfer to Lower Escarpment required
- Quad Bikes - Transfer to Lower Escarpment required
- Swimming Pool
- Viewing Deck
- Game/Bird Hide
- Wellness Centre
Conference and Group Activities at Entabeni Lakeside Lodge
Two different venues seating up to 145 guests. Also offering Incentive Programmes and a list of recommended Team Building Facilitators, who are familiar with the property and offer a professional service:
- Cocktail Treasure Hunt
- Potjiekos Competition
- Drumming Sessions
- Marimba Band
- Tribal Dancers
Take the N1 North Highway from Pretoria to Polokwane (Pietersburg).
Keep on the N1 through the Carousel and Kranskop Tollgates.
Travel a further 32 km on the N1.
Take the Mookgopong (Naboomspruit) R101A offramp/exit (Route 289).
Drive 8 km to Mookgopong.
Turn left at the second traffic light in town centre (R520) for 11 km until you reach a T-junction.
Turn left and continue for 500m and turn right at the Marken sign.
Keep on the tar road for 24 km.
The road becomes a gravel road.
Continue on this road for another 21,5 km.
You'll see an Entabeni Safari Conservancy sign on the righthand side. Turn right and drive 3.3 km on a dirt road until you reach the security entrance gate.