Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge

Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge is one of the places that you must experience, if you love luxury glamping. Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge is located in White River Mpumalanga, close to the Kruger National Park, it is super stunning, not to mention the incredible views of the mountains, the bushveld and the surrounding valleys that you will get to enjoy when you visit this stunning lodge.

It is located at Likweti Wildlife Estate.

Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge: Accommodation

All accommodation at Ndhula Safari Lodge is north and east facing, which is amazing because it gives you the best view of the sunrise and sunsets.

Each of the safari luxury tents come with a twin sized bedding, a full ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning, electric blankets, minifridge, tea/coffee making station, hairdryer and a torch.

These tents are perfect for couples, as the furnishings are for 2 people only, and you can do a romantic turn up if you choose to. As for those who are single, worry not . . . you can still enjoy this space with a friend.

The rooms are modernly furnished, and the décor just adds to the beauty that is everywhere.

Pic: Ndhula

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Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge: Where to eat

Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge offers a delicious dining experience . . . and with the food, you can enjoy incredible views of the Mpumalanga lowveld.

Breakfast and dinner are included when you book this lodge, and the chefs know their way around the kitchen, so the food is delicious.

There are also options for a light lunch that the team at the lodge can prepare for you, and you also can find out about their picnic options.

Even though food is included in your stay, you should still pack your own snacks and drinks.

Pic: Ndhula

Ndhula Luxury Tented Lodge: Things to do

Ndhula Luxury lodge is in Mpumalanga, and if you know about Mpumalanga or if you have been, you will know there is a ton of attractions that you can explore.

#1. Kruger National Park – A visit here will give you an opportunity to spot the Big 5, which is an experience that you won’t forget. There are also 143 other mammal species that you can experience in their natural habitat, not to mention the thousands of kilometers that makes the Kruger National Park.

#2. Blyde River Canyon : The Panorama Route has everything that you could want to explore as a tourist. Let’s start with the Blyde River Canyon, which is the third largest canyon in the world. Need I say more?

#3. Bourkes Luck Potholes (Panorama Route) –  Bourke’s Luck Potholes are beautiful to see, allowing visitors to view this fantastic natural feature upclose. With walkways and bridges, one can experience these potholes from different views.

#4. God’s Window – (Panorama Route) – Gods Window is beautiful . . . with breath-taking views.

#5. The Graskop Gorge Lift – Also on the Graskop Gorge Lift is the first of its kind in South Africa and it offers the perfect point to explore as a tourist. Here, you can explore the forest as well as flora and fauna.

#6. Lisbon & Berlin Falls – Lisbon Falls are dubbed “the most dramatic waterfalls in South Africa” for nothing. The berlin Falls is also one to see, at 80 metres “high”.

#7. Mac Mac Falls – this is 65m in height, the 2nd highest in Mpumalanga. It is made of 2 waterfalls that join each other at the bottom, which is quite a site. Here, you can also have a cute picnic, or do a braai. And pack swimming gear, just in case you want to be inside that beautiful water.

#8. Three Rondavels – This is must see, and marvel at. Stunning views, and super instagrammable.

#9. Pilgrims Rest – Lots of museums and monuments that document some South Africa’s history.

#10. Sudwala Caves – the Sudwala Caves are a must-see if you are in Mpumalanga. Stunning of stalagmites and stalactites to see underground.

Pic: Ndhula

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