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Imbasa – Safari – Accommodation

"I would come back to Africa but not to make a living from it. I could do that with two pencils and a few hundred sheets of the cheapest paper. But I would come back to where it pleased me to live; to really live. Not just let my life pass."

Ernest Hemingway

Imbasa

The main lodge is built facing two large camelthorn trees, which provide welcome shade in the African heat. The thatched roof lodge opens up to a comfortable lounge and dining area. There is also a bar to enjoy those cool sundowners after a long days safari. An open-air braai with nightly campfires lets you enjoy the magic of African nights. In the main building you can relax with a good book by the fireplace or play a game of billiards with your friends. A beautiful swimming pool offers a respite from the heat of the day.

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We can offer you spacious double rooms or a larger suite in the main lodge. In our new SPA you can pamper yourself with a massage, or a relaxing sauna after a long day in the bush.

For those who prefer a more secluded lodging we can offer a separate bungalow, which sleeps four or more. The lodge will be ready by August 2007. It has a large veranda facing the waterhole, where you can relax, enjoy a sun downer and watch the animals up close! The bathroom is designed to enhance your safari experience, with large windows facing the outdoors. It also includes an open air shower under the stars.

Safari
Imbasa Safari Lodge offers you approximately 2000 hectares of plains safari with over 20 different species of antelope such as Gemsbok (Oryx), Kudu, Wilderbeast, Springbok, and Eland. Other species include zebra, giraffe, warthog, caracal, and a multitude of birds.
And we are next door (5 min) to the new National Park of 20 000 hectares (50 000 acres) where you can see animals such as black rhino, white rhino, buffalo, zebras, giraffes and antelopes, such as Roan antelope and Tsessebe.

At Imbasa there are over 18 different plains game species such as Black Springbok, Kalahari Springbok, Blue Wilderbeest, Black Wilderbeest, Blesbok, Steenbok, Giraffe, Eland, Ostrich, Kudu, Waterbok, Gemsbok and Impala. Other species include Warthog, Lynx, Duiker and Zebra.

A typical safari day starts early, before the sun has risen. You are served a hot cup of coffee or tee and rusks (the traditional South African dry biscuits) before joining your guide in the 4x4 vehicle. As you set of, the sun rises and you will have the chance to experience a great safari! Around 11 o’clock a large brunch is served back at the camp, and thereafter you will have free time to spend as you please. Perhaps by relaxing by the pool, reading a good book, or simply taking a nap. The afternoon kicks off with an afternoon tea, after which you go for the evening game drive. Before the sun sets, you will be served sundowners in the bush. Back at camp the staff is preparing your dinner which will be served after you have had time to freshen up after the long, and hopefully exiting day.

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Safari in South Africa

A Safari can be done in a variety of ways from budget to super luxury whatever your budget and desires, we can help you with suggestions and reservations.

The famous Kruger Park (pronounced krooger park), located in the province of Mpumalanga, which is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful of the nine provinces in South Africa. The area is known for its natural beauty and its rich wildlife. The surface is a park as big as the state of Israel and is the only park in South Africa that are "original" that is, there has been no re-introduction of any species. For this reason you should not of course reject all those other great options.

 Lion Leopard Elephant Rhinoceros Buffalo
Look for the "Big 5" on your Safari (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo).






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