From R1240 per night
This exclusive lodge comprising 10 luxury en-suite thatched rooms, is refreshingly alluring with its unique blend of utter luxury and true African wilderness, with views stretching beyond the lake to Hanglip Mountain and the rest of its range.
The secluded lodge provides a main reception area with a private lounge and dining room as well as a swimming pool, boma and courtyard, all specially designed and furnished with an African baroque theme providing a magical atmosphere. All rooms are complemented with spectacular mountain views, fireplaces and private sun decks. A honeymoon suite with a Jacuzzi bath as well as a room specially structured for disabled guests have been designed at Hanglip Mountain Lodge for maximum comfort and luxury. Also exclusive to Hanglip Mountain Lodge is its very own wellness/beauty centre, offering a variety of treatments ranging from facials, manicures and pedicures to full body massages by our professional beautician. Hanglip Mountain Lodge will also offer e-mail facilities, a reading room up in the loft of the lodge and a wine cellar serving as an exquisite venue for wine tasting.
Guests at Hanglip Mountain Lodge can enjoy guided game drives and walks in Big Five territory with a professional ranger trained with a wealth of information on game, flora and fauna as well as history and geology of the area. Helicopter flights can be arranged for an exhilarating experience of a lifetime, offering breathtaking sites and adventures. Horseback safaris can be enjoyed with an experienced horse master, bringing guests unusually close to nature with a variety of exciting trails and activities including elephant trekking. Don’t walk alone at night though, the lions like to mark there territory here !
This secluded lodge is refreshingly alluring with its unique blend of luxury and true African wilderness with views stretching over the lake and plains to the Hanglip Mountain and the Waterberg range.
The main reception area adjacent to a private lounge and dining room, all completed in an African baroque theme, leads onto a courtyard, swimming pool and boma. The enchanting garden provides a lush setting overlooking the distant wilderness.
However for those who prefer a quiet time with a book there is a reading room in the loft or as an alternative the wine connoisseur could visit the wine cellar for wine tasting. E-mail facilities are available at the lodge.
Africa’s most talked about leisure venue has now unlocked the gates to its majestic monumental architectural great enclosure and is inviting golf and safari enthusiasts to enjoy the experience of a lifetime. We are home to the unique “world-in-one” Signature Course, where each of the 18 holes has been designed by a world golfing legend.
In addition, you can take the challenge of the world’s most talked about and unique Par 3, the Extreme 19th. Set high up on the impressive Hanglip Mountain, the hole is accessible only by helicopter and played to a green the shape of Africa some 400m below. Nothing compares.
Rooms of unmatched timeless elegance dedicated to relaxation and repose, built in the African wilderness, are the hallmark of the Legend Golf & Safari Resort. Combine luxurious living with quality cuisine in outstanding locations and Legend Golf & Safari Resort really does live up to its reputation as “Africa’s Leading Tourism Development Project” – World Travel Awards, 2009.
The resort’s estate rooms have been built to the highest specification and effortlessly combine African style with modern amenity. Based around four design styles, all the properties cater for the modern traveller while allowing them to experience the wonders of the African bush.
Each property on the resort boasts four additional double en-suite estate rooms – providing a unique opportunity for groups of visitors to stay in luxurious surroundings in unique style. With all IT and visual entertainment facilities at hand in each room, the modern world is just the flick of a switch away – unless of course you’d prefer to sit in the balcony and watch the wilder African world go by.
With a view of the Waterberg mountain you can experience the wild side of the bush at Wildside Safari Camp in the Entabeni Game Reserve. Experience Day and Night Game Drives, Guided Nature Walks, Bird Watching, visits to the Pedi Cultural Village, Picnic Lunches, Helicopter Flights, and Curio shop.
More than 22 000 ha of beautiful scenery and vegetation, comprising of bushveld, unspoilt ravines and wooded hillsides that are haven to the Big Five, a large variety of game and the Eugene Marais Cycad. Experience the 2000 ft escarpment linked by a road through the spectacular Yellowwood Gorge. Stay in mother nature in luxury safari tents on wooden decks with an en suite bathroom decorated to the comfort of home need. Wildside lodge also offers an intimate lounge/dining room and boma area, swimming pool and curio shop. Electricity run camp with lit pathways.
Entabeni Game Reserve is malaria-free, has a moderate climate, summer rainfall and a close proximity to Johannesburg/Pretoria. The reserve offers five splendidly situated lodges/camps, set on two escarpments in a series of awesome landscapes. Passing down through the breathtaking Yellowwood Gorge, the road twists down the escarpment between cliffs, waterfalls and forests. At the foot of the escarpment you enter a warmer climate with sandveld-vegetation, dense bush, plains and a series of wetlands – a birdwatchers paradise. Activities include early morning and late afternoon game drives on open safari vehicles in Big Five territory and guided nature walks on the reserve. Other activities include stargazing, bird-watching, moonlit boma dinners, picnic lunches at a nearby waterfall and bush sundowners.
Visit the Eugene Marais Museum, Pedi Cultural Village, Wildlife and Cultural Centre and Curio shops. Traditional South African hospitality and superior cuisine awaits you in the informal dining and bar-area extending to the boma. Here in the warm atmosphere around the camp-fire, you will experience an African night at its best.
Entabeni Ravineside Lodge comprises of tranquil thatched wood lodges on stilts with bird’s eye-views of the bushveld and mountains. Each lodge has 3 or 4 luxury en suite bedrooms with an african ethnic theme. A private open-plan lounge and bar area extends to the open sundecks. From here the guests can indulge in bird and game watching and experience the beauty of the ravine with the rippling sound of water far down in the valley. Elephants are known to be a lot in this area seeking the grass and trees they love.
Enjoy dinners by candlelight in our popular Serengeti Restaurant that offers international cuisine, or relax under the Wild Fig at the boma overlooking the grass plains nearby, which always offer superb game viewing. Ravineside Lodge has undeniable appeal and a character of its own. Ravineside caters for all. However, more emphasis is placed on traditional Southern African cuisine with dishes ranging from Cape Malay to Pioneer cooking methods accompanied by fresh garden produce and traditional rural African dishes married with European style.
Meals are not restricted to the restaurant as Ravineside also has the beautiful ‘Serengeti plain’ at its front door. On warmer sunny days, meals are served in the garden overlooking the plain and the animals. These meals range from specialised buffets to plated meals, all prepared to perfection.
Boma dinners include the more traditional ‘potjies’ and barbeques so well loved in South Africa. The chef prepares the meal in full view of the guests for that added feeling of personalised service and participation in the event. Because of Entabeni’s superb geography a variety of outside venues are available to complement that special meal. These venues are available on request or are often used as a surprise for the guests. Dining at one of these locations enhances the guests already enjoyable stay at Entabeni Game Reserve.
Lake Entabeni, 1,7 kilometres long, lies between souring bluffs and peaks, a wonderful place for bird-watching and viewing a rich variety of wildlife. The hippos of Lake Entabeni are a special feature. Lakeside Lodge is situated on the banks of Lake Entabeni and offers luxurious, elegantly furnished en suite bedrooms with a spectacular view onto the bush.
Enjoy sundowners on your own private deck with the always-changing colours of the Entabeni Mountain reflecting in the lake. Lakeside Lodge provides a memorable blend of luxury in the wilderness. On the banks of Lake Entabeni, luxurious the elegantly furnished en suite bedrooms are linked with thatched walkways to the Reception, Restaurant Conference and Boma areas.
With the unique setting of the Entabeni Mountain reflecting off the tranquil lake the only thing left to ponder is what the culinary journey in the heart of the Limpopo Province holds. This lodge is also known to be the most child friendly.
Using only the freshest selected produce the chefs seek to capture the spirit of the season. The creative chefs are continuously working on bringing to the table new and exciting dishes reflecting Southern Africa, or even greater, a combination of African and European cuisine. Guests can expect dishes that tell the story of past and present and can therefore expect every meal to be an event beyond comparison. Meals are served in a variety of locations ranging from Lakeside Restaurant to the boma set under night skies or various outside venues.
This lodge is perfect for the single traveller to big conference groups.
The eight deluxe bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms are stylishly decorated and feature fireplaces, mini-bars and private decks. The honeymoon suite features an exquisite four-poster bed and Jacuzzi bath. The lodge has a spacious lounge/dining room, which opens onto a wooden deck and offers guests the opportunity of enjoying the views, tranquil surroundings and prolific bird life. The elegant decor of the main lounge and dining area, including specially designed furniture and fireplace, makes for an inviting and homely atmosphere. One of the rooms is specially equipped for the physically disabled guest. The sparkling swimming pool set in lush garden surroundings is an ideal setting to relax between game drives, while the boma with its lanterns under African skies creates magical evenings.
The reserve offers five splendidly situated lodges/camps, set on two escarpments in a series of awesome landscapes. Set on the banks of Lake Entabeni, Kingfisher Lodge is the most exclusive and luxurious of all the lodges, offering all kinds of personalized service, such as an executive chef, waiting staff, and an experienced game ranger accompanied by an open safari vehicle. The lodge is the ideal setting for the discerning tourist and entices guests to relax on the large wooden decks overlooking the lake and Entabeni Mountain.
Activities include early morning and late afternoon game drives on open safari vehicles in Big Five territory and guided nature walks on the reserve. The excellent game viewing experience can be complemented by other activities such as stargazing, bird-watching, a visit to the Pedi Cultural Village and Eugene Marais Museum, moonlit boma dinners, picnic lunches at a nearby waterfall and bush sundowners. Scenic helicopter flights with our on site helicopter can be arranged including breakfast trips to the majestic Hanglip Mountain which, believe us when we say, is an experience beyond comparison.