The four-star Serondella Lodge is on the edge of a dry river bed, within the wildlife-rich Thornybush Nature Reserve. Featuring only three Suites and being able to accommodate eight guests, this lodge in the Greater Kruger National Park of South Africa ensures that guests enjoy a private, tranquil and most natural wildlife experience during their stay.
Each of the three Luxury Suites offers fantastic bushveld views from the bedroom and the bathroom. The suites large windows create the feeling of being outdoors to watch the active waterhole.
For families, the Family Suite is an ideal accommodation option which is an entirely self-contained with three suites. Two of the suites are located downstairs, and one suite can be found upstairs. A lounge with an open fireplace is set between the two downstairs bedrooms.
Featuring the three bedroom Family Suite and offering elevated wildlife viewing hides, this lodge is an ideal safari camp for enthusiastic photographers and families alike.
The outdoor boma makes for excellent dining experiences under the star-studded sky around a roaring fire with the noises of wildlife in the background. The swimming pool offers a perfect way to refresh during the hot afternoons. Serondella is nicely set between a wide variety of trees which provided welcoming shade and an incredible and colourful abundance of birdlife.
The name lodge name means 'the place of the elephant' who are regular visitors to the lodge's two waterholes. This way guests do not only encounter wildlife during the safari drives but also from the comfort of their suite and lounge of the lodge.
Facilities and Services:
Guests may enjoy relaxing health and beauty spa treatments at the lodge's exclusive Amani African Spa. Surrounded by nature and bushveld, this oasis is an ideal place to bring balance to the emotional, physical, and mental well-being.
Visitors have the opportunity to explore the untamed, African bush in open Land Rovers as well as on foot. The reserve is home to a great abundance of animal species: 147 mammals (including the 'Big Five', 507 birds, 114 reptiles, 49 fish, 34 amphibians as well as 336 trees.
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