Wildlife Lodges

by | Aug 3, 2015

Nature they say is Man’s biggest teacher and this adage comes true when you experience the wild through some of the most experienced hoteliers cum wildlife enthusiasts cum ecological saviours.

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Nature they say is Man’s biggest teacher and this adage comes true when you experience the wild through some of the most experienced hoteliers cum wildlife enthusiasts cum ecological saviours. Choose from a range of wildlife options that span continents and regions, promising to change the way you look not only at animals but also flora, fauna and humans!

1 Singita Sabi Sand Lodges, Kruger National Park Area Africa

Singita Sabi Sand Lodges are one of the best places to enjoy the African outback. The place takes pride in its “environmentally conscious hospitality and sustainable conservation”. It’s tourism with a reason and will not disappoint guests who can take their time to choose one of the 12 lodges and camps that are run under the parent hospitality outfit and revel in the most exotic African experience. The lodges, each of which are replete with a vintage safari feel, are located in Kruger National Park and are spread over a sprawling 45, 000 acres.

2 Lion Sands Reserve, South Africa

A night under a starlit sky with nothing but acres of wilderness is a dream most of us have. The Lion Sands Reserve in South Africa takes this dreamy vision to a most fulfilling fruition. Guests can choose private travel, walks or a stay on the treehouse for the best experience that the African wild promises. Wildlife spotting and luxury stay is a given. One is particularly taken in by the best of ecotourism that the resort practices while never losing sight of comfort, luxury and ofcourse an amazing variety of wildlife.

3  Singita Kruger National Park Lodges, South Africa

Eco-tourism is the key word in this 33, 000 acrewide luxury hotel. Participate in their wildlife safaris and talks and brace yourself to catch a glimpse of the “Big 5”. Make a note of the fascinating tales spun around by your local guides which are completely intoxicating. This luxury safari lodge does not disappoint with its in-house services which are swathed in comfort, be it their designer bathrooms, outdoor showers, heated plunge pools and more – all in the privacy of your exclusive private villa.

4  Mala Mala Game Reserve, South Africa

One of the best private game reserves in Africa, the resort offers an experience of a lifetime. The unfathomable and incredible thought of living in an abode that combines ultimate man-made luxury and comfort with the great outdoor wildlife which exists right outside the porch, with lions and other African game sauntering around is enough to give an adrenaline rush. Guests surrender to this unique holiday experience. The area is known to have the greatest diversification of animal species in the entire African continent. With 18 rooms with seven suites on offer, you are assured the best of the indoors and outdoors.

5  Bushmans Kloof, South Africa

This ecological oasis lies in the cosy foothills of the Cederberg Mountains. Offering a unique wilderness experience with both ancient sandstone formations and open grassy plains, the posh retreat is also a South African Natural Heritage Site. With 16 luxurious guest rooms and suites, you can opt for some private space at the Koro Lodge, which is a fullycatered and private arena or you could choose from the main residential section. The charm of the resort lies in experiencing its outdoor facilities that include an outdoor gazebo and dining with thousands of birds and flora fauna species for company.

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