Location: South Africa–>North West–>Madikwe Reserve
Accommodation Type: Lodge
Comfort Level: Luxury
Good For: Couple/Romantic, Family
Right in the heart of the sprawling 75,000 hectare conservation of Madikwe, Jaci’s Safari Lodge offers a haven of tranquility for those looking to shake off the stress of city life.
Spacious rooms with breathtaking views across a quiet stream accommodate guests who are not on safari or taking high tea from the comfortable lounge of the main lodge. With the decadent accommodation of Jaci’s located a mere three hours drive from Johannesburg, unwinding in the bush has never been easier, or more luxurious.
The phrase “rooms with a view” does not begin to describe the splendor of the indoor-outdoor ambiance designed to bring the wildlife experience to your doorstep. Thatched roofs, stone walls and canvas panels that roll up, allow you to take in panoramic views from the comfort of the large bathtubs, outdoor shower or private decks. The staff is passionate about hospitality and from the luxurious bathrobes to additional children’s sleepers, no detail of luxury or comfort is overlooked.
The Safari and Nare suites are family suites that cater to the special needs of larger groups with the exclusive use of guides and game vehicles, private swimming pools and the option of private dinners. The safari suite accommodates up to four adults and four children and Nare up to six guests.
Located in a transitional ecozone that borders the Kalahari, the diversity of plant and animal species at the reserve is astounding. In addition to the much sought-after species of lion, buffalo, leopard, elephant and rhino. Madikwe also boasts a multitude of birds and a variety of smaller mammals. Home to endangered wild dogs as well as hyenas, cheetahs and hippos, game drives offer the potential of seeing some of Africa’s most exciting animals.
Because of its size and ecological variety, Madikwe also supports a number of large antelope species, which can be just as rewarding to spot as predators. Antelope such as eland, gemsbok, sable and nyala, are accompanied by smaller species such as springbok, oribi, duiker and klipspringer.
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