Find below a selection of the accommodation establishments where we are booking for our Tour guests.
If you are interested in booking one of the listed lodges, send us an enquiry and we'll assist you.
Hazyview - Timamoon is a gorgeous,sexy hideaway set high up in the hills between Sabie and Hazyview and surrounded by forests and close to theKruger Park and Blyde River Canyon. Each of the luxurious Moroccan and Zanzibar styled lodges are romantic and private, with mosquito net drapedfour-poster beds, large fireplaces and baths to float away in. From you private pool, there are endless views of the distant mountains and the valley where theSabieRiverflows.
Phalaborwa - Casart Game Lodge owned by a Belgian/Dutch couple is situated in the unspoilt busharea of the breathtakingly beautiful nature reserve Grietjie. This private park is fully integratedin the magnificent Balule Nature Reserve which borders and has an openconnection with theKrugerNational Park. At Casart Game Lodge you’ll be immersedin serene peace and tranquility, alternating with real wildlife action.
Swaziland - Mvubu Falls Lodge owned by Greta en Marc, two belgians, welcome you to Swaziland. They would love to practice their Dutch, English, Afrikaans, German and French with you. However, all guests and their languages are more than welcome. Mvubu Falls Lodge is situated halfway between the capital city Mbabane(6 km) and Ezulwini ‘The Valley of Heaven’ (6 km) on the foot of the Malagwane Hill. The romantic setting next to the smooth flowingMvubuRiver (Mvubu means hippo) surrounded by old trees and overlooking the hills is the ideal place to stay and unwind.
Clan William - Vrede-Oord Guest farm owned by Valerie en Patrik, a South African/Belgian couple. Vrede-Oord Guest Farm is situated at the foot of the Cederberg mountain range, one of the Western Cape’s best kept secrets. Clanwilliam is an ideal place to stay when you want to discover the Cederberg mountains, and offers a splendid variety of wild spring flowers during the flower season (August-September). It is also a welcome stop-over between Cape town and Namibia or the Northern Cape. Vredeoord Guest farm is also a working citrus farm, guests are welcome to take a walk through the orchards and taste freshly picked oranges or clementines during harvesting season (April till September).
St. Lucia - ELEPHANT COAST GUESTHOUSE owned by René & Gonnie Wagenaar, a Dutch couple. Elephant Coas tGuesthouse is an oasis of peace and tranquility situated close to the beach and with the St. Lucia Wetlands Park bordering the back garden. All of the rooms are tastefully decorated, have a private terrace or balcony, and have a great view (reasonable priced!). As all the rooms are also about the same size inlcuding bath and separate shower, all the rooms have the same rate. To enjoy your stay in St. Luciawe recommend a stay of at least 3 nights. The guesthouse team speaks Afrikaans, English, Zulu, Dutch, French and German.