About The Property

The spacious Safari Lodge Accommodation facilities include a large infinity swimming pool, chic open-plan lounge, and bar, with food and beverage services offered in an elegant dining room set around two open fireplaces, the new covered veranda from which to appreciate the animal life and landscape, and the outdoor African boma (a fire pit and sitting area surrounded by a windbreak fence). Upon arrival at the Safari Park, just a 4-hour drive from Cape Town, Guests are treated to the finest African Cuisine at Gondwana’s Luxury Hotel, prepared using fresh, locally sourced ingredients: bush breakfasts, romantic picnics, evening barbecues, and relaxing sundowners in the picturesque Garden Route.

About The Accommodation

Each private suite of the Luxury Safari Hotel is a well-appointed, free-standing building with a spacious bedroom overlooking two waterholes across the valley and onto the Outeniqua and Langeberg mountain ranges, which once formed part of the supercontinent known as Gondwanaland. Each open-plan Kwena Room is designed to connect visitors to their beautiful surroundings with 180-degree views and skylights for stargazing.

Each of the 14 open-plan suites features the sleeping area beneath a central skylight, with a wall towards the rear of the room creating a private dressing area
The bedroom opens to a spacious bathroom with a deep bath, walk-in shower, and a pair of basins
Option of either Twin or King Size beds available on request
Each suite is approximately 70m² (755ft²) in size

About the Area

Gondwana’s goal is to continue to expand its total conservation area to provide the Western Cape with a large eco-tourism destination for the promotion of indigenous flora and fauna as well as the rehabilitation of wetland areas currently under threat from invasive alien species. Gondwana has already reintroduced the first endangered black rhino to the Western Cape from where they historically occurred.

In developing the private reserve every attempt was made to reduce the potential impact on the environment. Areas of indigenous vegetation were protected and left untouched. Gondwana’s water supply is completely self-sufficient utilising its own streams. Strict water usage controls and restrictions are applied to all buildings to preserve this natural resource.

R4,400.00 Per night

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