OLIFANTS RIVER LODGE & SAFARI - A PERFECT PLACE FOR MIND REFRESHING
The recent Media Tour organized by Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) in Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality in the mining town of Phalaborwa has offered one a time to refresh a mind refreshing. Apart from being driven around in the popular Kruger National Park of which 70 percent of this crowd-pulling park is proudly belonging to the province of Limpopo is proudly watching animals, the tour also served some of us an opportunity to learn new things about the past.
Phalaborwa, loosely translated: “Better than South.” There is no doubt that this name is suitable for this town as it offers a lot more one can think of in terms of history and people who lived many years before us, and more so at the place called Masorini Open Air Museum and the Sable Sleepover Hide.
Lying deep in the bushes which is approximately 17km away from the mining town of Phalaborwa this hidden yet popular venue which is situated on the northern banks of the Olifants River has so much to offer as far as mind refreshing.
Spoil yourself by meandering along the waters of the magnificent Olifants River on a boat Kambaku, watching crocodiles, hippopotamus, buffalos, elephants, water buck and a wide variety of other game on the lush green banks of the river.
With welcoming staff members at the establishment who are well managed by Leon, Olifants River Safari’s will take you on an unforgettable journey on the largest river flowing in the Kruger National Park as you wine and dine while gazing at the abundant wildlife, birds, indigenous trees, bush and grass associated with the African bushveld.
To quench your thirst, the establishment has a huge Bar that offers any kind of beverage one might think of that goes along with Alle Carte Restaurant which also serves specials such as Wednesday Night T-Bone and Sunday Lunch Buffet.
Other than accommodation in some luxuries rooms on offer, Olifants River Lodge & Safari also boasts of Wedding and Conference facilities and a huge swimming pool surrounded by thatched seating areas.
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