Nungubane Private Game Lodge
situated in the Welgevonden Private Game Reserve set in the heart of the spectacular Waterberg just 3-hours drive from Johannesburg is one of South Africa`s leading reserves.
Two sister lodges, Shidzidzi and Nungubane, five minutes apart by Land Rover, each welcomes a maximum of 10 guests in an atmosphere of intimate luxury and offer ardent game and bird watchers an ideal recluse from which to pursue their pleasure.
Free from malaria and with a temperate climate, Welgevonden is home to a great many species of game, including the `BIG-5` with some 50 white-rhino as well as 16 species of antelope.
Over 250 species of bird have been identified on the reserve ensuring the avid bird-watcher plenty to spot.
Facilities and Services at Nungubane Private Game Lodge include:
- Swimming Pool
- Bush Dining
- Bushman Painting
- Outside Showers
- Waterholes at each camp to view game
- Curio Shops
- Private Helicopter and fixed wing charters available
After encounter on a night game drive with the reserve`s nocturnal inhabitants, return to camp and share your experiences over dinner in the boma before retiring to bed to the sounds of the African bushveld.
Accommodation at Nungubane Private Game Lodge:
Accommodation is offered in spacious chalets, which command majestic views over the reserve from private individual decks and guests are welcome to relax in the lodges` peaceful elegance.
Each chalet offers:
- Private verandah/deck per chalet
- All Chalets have en-suite bathrooms
- Extra outdoor showers in each chalet
- Overhead fans
- Tea and coffee making facilities
In the heat of the midday sun, when the bush sleeps, and only the cicadas sing, lose yourself in reflections by the pool`s quiet oasis.
Nungubane Private Game Lodge Activities:
Dance on the hills and listen to the sounds of the waking bush. Finish off a hot days game viewing with a retreat to the shady confines of the pool and its welcoming cool water.
- Bird Watching
- Bush Walking
- Open air Safaris
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Clothing & Accessories:
December to March: Summer Clothes. A warm jacket or jersey for the cooler mornings and evenings.
April to November: Winter clothes. A very warm insulated Jacket for the cold morning and nights. Hats, scarf and gloves are recommended.
Comfortable walking shoes track shoes or boots are useful for the bush walks. Sandals are useful for walking around the lodge. Shorts and t-shirt needed all year round for the warm midday period.
Swimming costume, sun block, sunglasses and lip balm are recommended.