The N'Kaya Lodge is within the 'Big Five" Thornybush Reserve in South Africa's Greater Kruger National Park region. With its four exclusive suites, this safari lodge provides discerning guests with exclusivity and privacy while ensuring a once in a lifetime wildlife experience. Shaded by tall trees and set on a hill overlooking the beautiful Drakensberg mountain range. This lodge in Thornybush features spacious suites each with private lounges.
Offering four suites, the lodge is an ideal destination for a quiet, private and exclusive safari. Perfect for honeymooners, the suites are well appointed featuring convenient amenities and facilities. The comfortable beds offer a decorative mosquito netting. The en-suite bathrooms provide baths and showers.
The outdoor swimming pool and its surrounding garden area are an ideal place for refreshment and relaxation during the warm afternoons, in between the meals and safari drives. The bar, lounge and verandah reflect warm earthy tones were blended in with the natural surroundings. The fireplace in the room offers a comfortable seating place around the crackle of the fire with the night sounds of wildlife around.
Smoothing and relaxing spa treatments can be booked at the Amani African Spa where a variety of health and beauty spa treatments are available. The outdoor spa area offers a small plunge pool and sun loungers where the tranquilly of nature's surroundings can best be enjoyed before and after spa treatments. Indoor and outdoor venues are available for the rejuvenating treatments as well as couples.
A great abundance of species is home in this reserve which includes 147 mammals, the 'Big Five', 114 reptiles, more than 500 bird species, 49 fish, 34 amphibians and 336 different trees. The Thornybush Reserve is mainly open savannah offering a home to a great variety of wildlife.
Guests have the opportunity to explore the bushveld with its untamed wildlife either in open Land Rovers and on foot. During both wildlife experiences, visitors are accompanied by professional rangers who share their in-depth knowledge about the area's unique ecosystem.
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