By Katie Cosstick on Jan 09, 2015 in Accommodation, Adventure Travel, Africa, Camping, Leisure Travel, Namibia, Regions, Resorts, South Africa, Speciality Travel –
Picking a right place to stay can make or mangle your holiday, and with new lodges opening all a time, it’s formidable to keep track. With so many lodges and hotels to select from, it’s not always easy to know where to start. This is a beam to a best of a newest lodges in southern Africa.
Marataba Walking Trails
In a malaria-free haven that has all of a Big Five and underneath 4 hours’ expostulate from Johannesburg, a new Marataba Walking Trails Lodge is good situated for glorious wildlife viewing. Without Wi-Fi or mobile reception, this is a place to go to tell and have a digital detox. Only 8 guest are authorised during a board during a time: it feels like a really private experience. The accumulation of turf and foliage provides a different operation of walking trails, incompatible in levels of problem though all charity glorious wildlife encounters.
Only 90 mins by highway from Port Elizabeth, this new board has non-stop in a remote domain of a Kariega Game Reserve in a Eastern Cape. With usually 9 tented suites, any with their possess private rug affording views over Bushman’s River, a oppulance stay feels really exclusive. From grassy plains to African bushveld, a possibilities of saying a Big Five adult tighten are high.
Chobe Water Villas
The Maldives comes to Namibia this summer. In a Caprivi Strip, on a Namibian side of Chobe River, this new board is built on a banks of a stream and permitted usually by boat. With unrestricted views of Sedudu island, that is eminent for a high firmness of wildlife, a area is famed for a wildlife observation opportunities. The 16 H2O villas are nestled underneath acacia trees and have a private patio with a daybed for 180-degree views of a stream and bush.
Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge
Within South Africa’s Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park in northern KwaZulu Natal, Rhino River Safari Lodge is a initial private board in a park and is in a heart of Big Five territory. One of a largest wildlife parks in South Africa, Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park is eminent for a far-reaching accumulation of birds and animal life. The park covers 96,000 hectares and comprises dual pot divided clearly by a road: these are Hluhluwe and iMfolozi, both determined in 1895. This area was instrumental in pioneering a charge of white rhinos in a 1950s and 60s and is widely credited for saving them from extinction. It is still one of a best places to see these ancient herbivores. In a low-risk malaria area and an easy expostulate from Durban, this is an ideal board to mix with a beach stay on a Indian Ocean. Being in Zululand, guest can also revisit internal battlefields and learn some-more about a Zulu culture.
Katie Cosstick is a PR Manager at Cox Kings.
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