Why camp when you can glamp?
Holidaymakers who want a taste of the bush without “roughing it” can enjoy a luxurious glamping experience at one of KwaZulu-Natal’s five-star lodges.
Glamping – a combination of the words glamourous and camping – has become a big travel trend over the years.
But people have been glamping as far back as the 1900s when aristocrats, who are used to the finer things in life, went on camping adventures in Africa.
Things are a little different in 2021, and there is no better place to glamp than KZN’s Springbok Lodge.
Sparkling waterfalls, breathtaking mountain views, and peaceful nature walks – the Springbok Lodge offers the perfect escape from the busy city life.
The lodge is situated in the Nambiti Private Game Reserve – which is known for its high-end lodges and five-star safari tours.
Explore the reserve with your family and see how many Big Five animals you can spot. There are also cheetahs, hippos, and over 30 species of plains game in the area.
The Malaria-free bushveld is home to rare and beautiful bird species.
Holidaymakers who visit the area enjoy exploring the nearby Battlefields of KwaZulu-Natal.
Cathedral Peak Wine Estate, and the Drakensberg Craft Beer Brewery are also a short drive away.
Here’s a look at some of the activities you can look forward to during your stay:
- Zulu dancing
- Battlefield tours
- Game Drives
- Boma Dinners
- Kiddies Jungle Gym
- Curio Shop
- Helicopter Tours
- Hot air balloon rides
The Springbok Lodge has consistently achieved its AA Superior Accommodation Accreditation since 2009, making it one of the best holiday spots in KZN.
Visit https://thespringboklodge.co.za/ for more information.
For more KZN Travels articles read below:
- Fun activities to enjoy at the Kingfisher Bush Lodge
- Giant's Castle – A beautiful mountain found in the Drakensberg
- Spion Kop – A mountain where the British fought against the Boers
- Five reasons to visit the epic Cathedral Peak in Drakensberg
- Beauty meets history at KZN’s Impati Mountain
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