Zebula Country Club & Spa - Lodge 10

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 4,950
GETAWAY TYPE
Lodge
Overview
Zebula is the safari experience. Mabalingwe Country Club covers 1 200 hectares of malaria-free, true African bushveld. They are considered a nature reserve first and a country club second, boasting over 450 animals on the property. Lodge 10 offers four double bedrooms and five bathrooms.<br /><br />It is home to over 20 species of African mammals including giraffe, zebra, eland, kudu, gemsbok, nyala, impala, red hartebeest, blue wildebeest, warthog and bush pig and many, many more. You will not be disappointed on the game drives. Mabalingwe Nature Reserve, one of Zebula's partners, is adjacent to our property and hosts the Big 5. You can drive on the reserve where it is very common to encounter elephant, rhino, hippo as well as most of the antelope species found throughout Africa. Your safari experience through two reserves will be a memorable one - guaranteed.<br /><br />Zebula Country Club is a birdwatchers paradise with in excess of over 250 species of birds. The golf course, ten dams and the completion of the bird sanctuary which encompasses a marsh land area with two islands, all add to the natural habitat to attract additional bird species to our reserve. A five star golf course situated in the Africa bushveld is an amazing day activity.
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"Weekend stay"
13 Dec 2016
By Thato, South Africa
"The place was absolutely fantastic, beyond our expectations. The house was clean upon our arrival, and the lady who cleaned our house made sure it stayed that way."
"Excellent accommodation!"
07 Apr 2015
By Ronel, Netherlands
"We had a fantastic time. Everything you need is there! Will definitely recommend this house!"
"Great place"
09 Jun 2014
By Magnus, South Africa
"We had a wonderful stay at Lodge 14, Zebra, Kudu and Blue wildebeest came within 20m of the house. The only thing that was not mentioned was that each of the bedrooms only connect to the main house via sliding doors on the outside of the house - which is fine in the summer, but it was really cold this weekend, having to go from the main house, outside and then into your room."