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Awelani Lodge

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Welcome to Awelani Lodge & Eco-Tourism Park

Awelani Lodge is 12kms from Kruger's Pafuri Gate on the R525. The Lodge offers self-catering chalets as well as camping sites and an on-site restaurant and pub. Situated in a 1700 hector conservancy, Awelani provides visitors an outstanding opportunity to walk or mountain bike through a wooded conservancy with a remarkable arrange of trees, Baobab, Mopani and Lobombo Ironwood to name a few.

The rooms have king-size beds, double beds or single beds and have en-suite bathroom or shared bathroom as well as a shared kitchenette.

Sandstone outcrops hide what is probably San and Khoi rock art and traditional Venda grain storage units. A purpose-built birdhide and waterhole offers outstanding bird watching. A sightings list of over 700 birds confirms this Pafuri area destination is an excellent site for twitchers.

Geriewe

Kamer geriewe

  • LugreŽling
  • Nie Rook
  • Sateliet televisie
  • Televisie

Op perseel geriewe

  • Wasgoed
  • Swembad
  • Restaurant
  • Veilige parkeer
  • Selfsorg Eenhede

Plaaslike geriewe

  • Wildbesigting
  • Staproetes
  • Toere

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  • Algemene Reaksie spoed: 16 ure
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Sleeping-OUT's Guest Satisfaction Award. Based on reviews of establishments in Pafuri/Makuleke, Awelani Lodge has been voted Best Establishment in Pafuri/Makuleke for 2019Sleeping-OUT's Guest Satisfaction Award. Based on reviews of establishments in Pafuri/Makuleke, Awelani Lodge has been voted Best Value for Money in Pafuri/Makuleke for 2019

Ligging

Off the R525, East of Masisi, North Eastern Limpopo, 0989

Map Awelani Lodge in Pafuri/Makuleke  Northern Kruger Park  Kruger National Park (LIM)  Limpopo  Suid-Afrika

Gaste Kommentaar

Nice place with super staff!
- John Moses29 Sep 2019

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