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February 12, 2003
Our room was complete with a kitchen, 1 bedroom on the main floor and 1 loft bedroom. I believe the couch also made into a bed. The kitchen and living were open to each other. There was a table and chairs outside for dining also. Room was very clean and cozy.
From journal Safari In Pilanesburg, South Africa
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
May 31, 2002
Driving up to the lodge, you realize you are in the middle of the bush and on the edge of Pilanesberg National Park. Impala and wildebeast are seen grazing along the road. When we first arrived in our room, we went out to the patio to find three Vervet monkeys hanging out on the wall separating our patio from the next. They had jumped up to the second floor balcony, snuck into someone's room and stole the little milk cartons from the tea tray. They didn't seem to mind us watching them and even let us get pretty close. The gate around the hippo pool was at the end of our patio. It also housed several warthogs and guineafowl. The hippo pool was in a distance but with binoculars, we could see at least one hippo's eyes peaking out of the water.
Our room was a standard hotel room with all the amenities you would expect: TV, phone, mini-bar, tea maker, ac, etc. It was clean and well-appointed. Apartments were also available for families and many activities are provided on site such as volleyball, tennis, a pool and a playground. The hotel can help you plan activities such as game drives, hot air balloon rides, trips to Sun City and excursions to the nearby lion park.
Dinner was served in the main lodge. There are two sittings, 6pm and 8pm, and all meals are included in the price. Dinner is always buffet style and you can choose between the carvery and the barbecue or a mixture of each. There was loads of food to choose from but don't forget to leave room for dessert.
From journal South African Safari