Special South African Safari Offer: For three days only, 25 – 27 November 2020, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve will be offering South African residents the opportunity to purchase a value-for-money Black Friday safari deal at R3750 per person sharing per night.

The Black Friday special offer includes all meals and non-alcoholic beverages, morning and evening nature drives with drinks, as well as guided wilderness walks. It is valid for direct bookings of a minimum stay of two nights between 1 December 2020 and 31 March 2021, excluding peak season 18 December to 3 January.

Sanbona Safari Deal

The deal will coincide with the much-anticipated re-opening of luxury Dwyka Tented Lodge on the first of December 2020. It is also available at Gondwana Family Camp where it will include the Kids on Safari programme with babysitting during game drives.

SanbonaDwyka Tented Lodge is the perfect honeymoon, anniversary and special occasion destination. It is guaranteed to leave couples with precious memories for years to come. Embraced by striking rock formations, the secluded lodge is set in a horseshoe bend of a dry Karoo ravine framed by the beautifully weathered landscape.  It boasts stylish, modern interiors and spacious lounge and dining areas, which includes a boma for romantic dinners under the stars. Each of the nine luxury tents has its own private deck and heated Jacuzzi which epitomise the romance of a pioneering wilderness adventure.

The big 5 at Sanbona

The expansive reserve provides sanctuary for indigenous flora and fauna, including the Big 5, to offer an authentic safari wilderness experience within easy reach from Cape Town. Adventure activities includes twice daily game drives or wilderness walks and guided rock art walks, while more leisurely pursuits include spa treatments, bird watching and relaxing at the pool.

Sanbona

Sanbona has also frozen its current low season SA Residents rate of R4550 per person sharing per night, which will remain available for bookings at Dwyka Tented Camp and Gondwana Family Camp until 30 September 2021.

For more information:

reservations@sanbona.com

Tel +27 (0) 21 010 0028

More about Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

Under the stewardship of non-profit conservation organisation the Caleo Foundation, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve in the Little Karoo and sister property Jock Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park are pioneers of conservation, reserve development and eco-tourism. Sustainability and responsible utilisation are the cornerstones of all lodge operations. 

Recognised as one of South Africa’s largest privately-owned reserves, Sanbona stretches across 58 000 hectares of the wide-open plains of the Klein Karoo, and is known as the Western-Cape’s premier wildlife destination. It is situated close to Montagu, a three-hour scenic drive from Cape Town along Route 62, and offers an authentic safari experience in a malaria-free area.

Sanbona is a sanctuary for indigenous flora and fauna, including the Big 5, but it is the vastness of the landscape and the alluring isolation amid the raw beauty and boundless plains which sets it apart.

It offers guests a choice of four different lodges and camps. Dwyka Tented Lodge accommodates 18 guests in nine luxury tents with private Jacuzzis to offer a unique wilderness experience for couples; while Tilney Manor is a refuge of peace and tranquillity, catering for only 12 guests in six spacious open-plan suites leading on to private verandas. With 12 suites Gondwana Family Lodge offers the Kids on Safari programme and caters for families with children of all ages and small groups travelling together; while the Explorer Camp operates seasonally during the summer months to offer an authentic walking experience for up to six guests (16-years and older) exploring the Karoo with accommodation in luxury tents and evenings around a campfire.

 

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