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Safari Plains luxurious tented lodge to open in December, Limpopo Province

Coming in December. The Safari Plains luxurious tented lodge opens at the Waterberg region, Limpopo.

In December this year, the group will be launching a luxurious five-star tented lodge Safari Plains in the Waterberg region, Limpopo Province.

Safari Plains will offer guests a safari experience on 12 000 hectares, an extension of the Greater Mabula Game Reserve.

Celebrated as one of the country’s well visited province in terms of local and international tourist figures, Limpopweans should be ululating on the news of such developments taking shape in their own backyard.

“Extraordinary feels privileged to launch Safari Plains as part of our luxury collection. This lodge will be fully managed by Extraordinary and thus offers us wonderful opportunities to create new itineraries and experiences,” comments Cindy Sheedy Walker, CEO of Sales and Marketing for Extraordinary.

Although it targets business-people, a specially tailored packages can be arranged for ordinary citizens.

Set in a malaria-free area, each of the 20 safari-style tented Safari Plains suites can accommodate up to 60 guests, offering comfort and ambience, with timber wrap around decks, sunken baths, air-conditioning, separate showers and private facilities, including a fully stocked mini bar, fridge, as well as  a tea and coffee station.

It offers both night and morning drives that is rich with the Big Fives: buffalo, lion, leopard, elephant, giraffe, brown hyena and cheetah, amongst others.

Weddings can be hosted in the heart of the reserve, so is hot air balloon safaris and golf.

The main lodge area furnishings are African ‘chic’, and guests can enjoy à la carte menus and a full wine cellar.

Safari Plains tented five-star is only two-hours from Johannesburg.

For more information go to: www.extraordinary.co.za

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