About Mahikeng Lodge
A truly unforgettable experience awaits you at the luxurious Mahikeng Lodge. Situated only 55 minutes from Four ways ‘The Place of the Rock’ is an intimate hideaway nestled in the hills of the Magalies Meander. With only four exclusive lodges, Mahikeng Lodge promises a comfortable, private and relaxing stay. Mahikeng, with its thick bushveld, open land and valleys, combines the Lowveld, Highveld and Bushveld experience all in one exquisite lodge. It is a great base from which to explore the Magalies Meander and return to for an evening braai in the peaceful settings of the bush.
Mahikeng is home to a wide variety of game, an abundance of bird life that includes vultures, eagles, Secretary birds and many more. Other species as well as our two new family members, Billy and Bonnie (baby rhinos). With the undivided attention of a full time and extremely knowledgeable game ranger you'll definitely discover some interesting information and facts about Mahikeng and its wildlife. As part of our game drive you will also get up close to Billy and Bonnie and enjoy the unique experience of touching these beautiful animals. Billy was brought to the lodge at just six months old, after his mother was poached for her horn. Bonnie's mom died of natural causes. Bonnie is Billy's new companion and together they will be introduced back into their natural environment.
After a fascinating morning game drive you can spend the day relaxing around the swimming pool or cycling through the expansive farm while African wild life laze in the shade of the Acacia trees only meters away from you. The magnificent kloofs and sheer rock faces that surround Mahikeng Lodge are best explored on foot or horseback while the lookout points boast magnificent sights of the expansive land that lies before you. The picturesque viewing deck, perched on the highest point of the farm, offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire lodge and beyond into the valley of the Magalies Meander.
Watch the sun paint the sky as the baboons on the nearby cliff bid farewell to the day. Sip on sundowners or get down on one knee for a romantic marriage proposal. Wake up and watch the sun rise over the magnificent Magalies Meander and then get back to nature by taking a rejuvenating outdoor shower. Spend the morning getting rid of the city stress with a full body massage in the tranquil surroundings of the bush or on your own private balcony. The four lodges are self-catering however a caterer can be arranged for some or all meals if you so wish. Given enough notice, we can cater for just about any special request to ensure that you feel at home in the African bush. Mahikeng Lodge is truly the place to be, when you just need to be.
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