Experience the wonder of the African bush in a quiet midweek break, 1 till 5 Aug 2016.
Mabula Private Game Reserve is world renowned; a magical experience.
Self catering, fully serviced chalet sleeps MAXIMUM 6.
Daily game drives pp are included.
Mabula is set in the foothills of the Waterberg, and this bush chalet in Modjadji Camp is surrounded by beautiful indigenous bush and comes fully equipped and serviced.
The chalets has open plan lounge/dining room with kitchen, patio and braai area particularly suited for outdoor living and entertainment. Each chalet affords maximum privacy, tranquility and breath-taking views.
Game drives with experienced game rangers are included, one per occupant per day.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests have access to all the amenities that Mabula offers:
Game drives with experienced Game Rangers are included, one per occupant per day.
Available at Mabula:
Drives into the lion enclosure, horse trails, guided bush walks, bird watching and bush braais can be booked.
Restaurants, bars, outdoor boma dinners, conference facilities, curio shop, superette & landing strip
There are a number of swimming pools, tennis courts, a beautician, and a nearby golf course at Zebula, where you can view baby tigers and lion cubs.
Atención a los huéspedes
I will not be there, but phone me if you need anything and I will advise.
Time share unit with rules listed in the documentation provided.
This is the African bush with wild animals around. Be careful.
I live on a hill north of the Pretoria city centre and love to share my lovely home with visitors.
I have travelled extensively all over the world, North and South America, Western and Eastern Europe, Australia, Israel, Turkey, Iran, India, Kazakhstan, Zimbabwe and Namibia.
I know South Africa very well, and I love it, so I can assist guests with questions and advice.
What place in the world do I like best? Istanbul, Iran, Venice, Prague, South Africa?.. It's difficult to decide.
I worked in IT all my life and now I dabble in Real Estate, the Japanese Chin breeding program, art and what not. It is wonderful to live in this friendly house and I am so grateful to have the opportunity to experience it fully.
The unique Japanese Chins that I breed are a delight; I try to keep them away from the guests, but they are joyful and friendly little souls, so loving animals is a prerequisite for staying here. It is up to you whether you want to see them.
The house and garden adjoins a large open bush area behind. There are bush babies and various other wild animals in the bush, such that I have to lock up my chickens at night.
The garden is large with ponds with fish, and rather noisy toads in summer; I am sometimes forced to relocate the toads to a nearby river.
I have designed an indigenous garden with elements of organic gardening, succulents and Hugelkultur beds, as it is so hot and dry.
I recycle and have compost heaps, which means the property is a bit like a smallholding, NOT a hotel where everything is pristine.
I hope my guests want to experience this piece of Africa that I treasure!