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Luxury tented Inzalo Safari Lodge opens in Waterberg

Located in the Welgevonden Game Reserve in the Waterberg, Limpopo, Inzalo Safari Lodge is due to open its doors to guests in May 2019.
The lodge is situated along the Sterkstroom River, where each of the five luxurious tented safari suites will provide panoramic views of the river and Waterberg sandstone cliff beyond. The main lodge will offer an airy and welcoming retreat, with large open spaces extending onto an expansive deck and bar area with spectacular views. The d├ęcor and design combine modern comforts with rustic charm to create warm and inviting spaces where guests can mingle, dine, enjoy a refreshing beverage or simply soak in the views.

Each of the lodge’s five custom-designed tented safari suites are positioned to provide maximum privacy and solitude. Each 502 suite features a private deck with splash pool, en-suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers, spacious bedroom, well-stocked bar fridge and wi-fi connectivity.

Safari experiences include daily game drives, on-site birding, river walks, track and sign identification, bush walks, visits to San paintings, bush picnics and more.

The development and transformation of local rural communities is a key factor in enhancing protected area management for the biosphere. Local communities are enabled to actively participate in the protection and preservation of the area. Community initiatives and partnerships run by the Welgevonden Private Game Reserve as well as the lodges aim to support economic and employment opportunities within the local communities.

Conservation projects abound and the Welgevonden Game Reserve maintains a low human footprint, limiting the number of lodges and guests allowed within the reserve. Private vehicles may not enter, and the number of vehicles allowed at rare sightings is controlled. The unspoiled environment provides guests with the rare opportunity to enjoy unrestricted views of the beautiful habitat and unique wildlife.
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