Description of accommodation:
Venda Village Lodge sleeps eight in four en-suite African style huts connected by courtyards in Eco-friendly lodge. Dine in the thatched lapa overlooking valley. Wooden deck & pool. Incredible outdoor bathroom with oval stone bath & sculpted indoor & outdoor showers. Two luxury secluded units with king bed,dining room & lounge.En-suite bath room with bath & double showers. Outdoor shower. Private plunge pool & braai area. Fully equipped kitchen. Private small bush camp for max.8 people. Self-catering;fully equipped kitchen & braai area.Cozy lounge with open fire place. 2 units with 2 en-suite bedrooms.Ideal for small groups & families.Total privacy & exclusivity.
Description of Surroundings:
A magical game reserve high up on top of the Soutpansberg Mountains. Walk amongst wildlife including giraffe, leopard, porcupines and pangolins; along spectacular trails through forests, across plains and down breathtaking gorges with sparkling pools. Visit ancient Bushmen rock art sites. Enjoy sundowner game drives, guided walks and horse riding. Two exclusive camps including the extraordinary Venda Village Lodge that was created together with acclaimed artist, Noria Mabasa. Escape to your own private luxury suite with endless views across the valley. Delicious baths, candlelight and kerosene lamps add to the romance. Malaria Free. Fair Trade in Tourism accreddited. An Unforgettable Experience!
Klanten over Leshiba Wilderness
Great friendly and helpful staff.
We got the ‘hut’ that more looked like a full blown apartment. Very nicely arranged and very clean.
The kitchen, bedroom and bathroom were very spacious and great to spend some time.
The outside pool is also a nice touch.
The first day food (chicken) was a bit under cooked to my liking.
The breakfast and other evening dinner were marvelous.
The game drive looked a bit “staged”. They know where the rhino’s are since there are constantly 2 guards to their side :), but the drive in itself was nice. We saw a lot of other other animals. The morning bushwalk was too late (7:30 AM) in my opinion. The sun was already burning 25+°C. It could easily be done at sunrise (5:30 AM) when the temperature is still nice.
The drive up and down the huts are an adventure in itself (In my opinion not to attempt without 4×4 Low gear).
A great experience alltogether.
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