Accommodation

Cost: From N $300 per person per night


The KUDU unit:

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The KUDU is considered to be the most handsome of the tragelaphine antelopes and has stripes and spots on the body and most have a chevron of white hair on the forehead between the eyes.

This Unit has a family room with one double bed and two single beds, lounge with two additional sleeper couches and bathroom with separate shower and toilet.


The IMPALA unit:

The IMPALA lives in wide open plains in herds of near a hundred. They have a scent gland above their hoof and can roam great distances and follow their scent trail back to their herd.

This Unit has a room with one double bed and another with two single beds, lounge with two additional sleeper couches and bathroom with shower.


The SPRINGBUCK unit:

The SPRINGBUCK is one of the most widely seen antelope in Africa and also the name of the South African national rugby team. The name in Afrikaans and Dutch means: Spring – Jump and Bok – Antelope.

This Unit has a room with one double bed lounge with two additional sleeper couches and the bathroom is en-suite with the bedroom and has a shower.

  

The ORYX unit:

This powerful-looking antelope, with a well defined pattern on the head and body is known as a Gemsbok in South African Afrikaans and means “chamois buck”. The name ORYX comes from the Greek word “orux” meaning “pick-axe”(horns).

This Unit has a room with one double bed and another with two single beds, lounge with two additional sleeper couches and bathroom with shower.