Situated in the Elephant Camp, Mabalingwe Nature Reserve, Bela-Bela.
This chalet consists of two self-catering units.
Each unit has an open-plan sleeping area , living area and kitchen nook as well as a bathroom with shower and separate WC.
Each unit also has its own boma where guests can braai and watch the wild roaming about.
The following are provided:
All kitchen utensils and crockery,
Flat screen TV with local channels and Open View,
Linen and bath towels (guests to provide their own swimming towels).
Each unit sleeps 2 guests and prices per unit vary from R900.00 per night Monday- Thursday (minimum 3 nights), R1100.00 Friday- Sunday (minimum 2 nights) and December. Pensioner's special: R800.00 week days.
The Elephant Camp is close to the entertainment area and local convenient shop. It offers activities such as tennis, squash, putt-putt, swimming pool and kiddies entertainment room. A visit to the Kalahari Oasis is not to be missed out.
Bela-Bela is a town in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Deriving its name from the geothermic hot springs around which the town was built, it was formerly called Warmbaths, officially changed to the current name. Mabalingwe Nature Reserve, is located 38 km west of Bela Bela, in the Limpopo province of South Africa, and is about 12,000 hectare in area.
For light lunches and a view on the dam, one can visit the restaurant at the reception area.