Entabeni Safari Conservancy
The Entabeni Safari Conservancy is located in the malaria free Waterberg area north of Johannesburg. This Big 5 reserve is home to five luxury lodges in stunning locations
Entabeni Safari Conservancy Highlights
The five lodges of the Entabeni Safari Conservancy are spread out in unique locations with in the reserve. The upper escarpment offers majestic craggy rock formations and wide-open grass plains. This is separated from the lower plateau by 600m high cliffs. The lower escarpment is approximately three degrees warmer and comprises of “sandveld” vegetation and a series of wetlands.
- Spectacular sandstone mountains and waterfalls to be seen.
- Game Drives, stargazing, bush walks, helicpoter flips and a spa are on offer at Entabeni
- 18 hole signature golf course, each hole designed by a world famous golfer
- Unique 19th hole is the highest and longest, set atop Hanglip mountain
- For a cultural influence, visit to the Pedi cultural village and Eugene Marais museum.
Entabeni Safari Conservancy Game Viewing and Activities
Entabeni Safari Conservancy is situated in the World Heritage "Waterberg Biosphere" of the Waterberg region offering easy access and less than a three-hour drive north of Johannesburg. The reserve consists of 22 000 ha malaria-free African bushveld offering five eco-systems. Guests can enjoy close encounters with Africa's Big Five by means of game drives and guided bush walks. Other activities include helicopter flights, stargazing, sunset lake cruises, horseback safaris, paintball, abseiling and quad bike rides. The lodge also has a swimming pool, a viewing deck and a game/bird hide.
Ravineside Lodge is in a beautiful location at the foot of the Entabeni Mountain, offering magnificent views. Guests can enjoy luxurious accommodation in this spectacular thatch and wood lodge built on stilts, situated on the cliff edge.
Wildside Safari Camp
Wildside Safari Camp is ideal for guests looking for a classic African safari experience in traditional safari tents. The Entabeni Safari Conservancy is malaria-free and situated in the World Heritage “Waterberg Biosphere” of the Waterberg.