Tanda Tula’s Lounge, Wooden Decks, Pools And Watering Holes!

The comfortable lounge which offers a view of the pool and watering hole beyond it. There is such an amazing collection of books to read and page through here that you really do want to take some time between game drives to put your feet up and do so.

The rim flow pool at the bottom of the lawn from where you can watch the watering hole and spot game that comes down to drink.

When this drum gets beaten it’s meal time. Could be lunch, tea or dinner, but you know there’s going to be food and it’s going to be amazing! Don’t miss it.

Meals prepared by Chef Ryan and his team are diverse, fresh, interesting and healthy not to mention absolutely delicious. Gorgeous salads, freshly baked breads and pastries with traditional braai’s that happen right next to you. I’d be delighted to enjoy any one of his dishes in any city establishment. Thankfully bush walks are offered as it’s impossible to say no thank you …

The view from the lunch table towards the river bed below.

The Nharalumi riverbed that the Lodge is built next to. Loads of game can be seen walking through here.

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