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Shibula Lodge And Bush Spa
Shibula Lodge and Bush Spa, a five star accredited lodge in the Welgevonden Game Reserve in Limpopo Province, South Africa and offers the discerning visitor African in all its untamed magnificence, along with truly superb standards of hospitality.

Rated who wants nothing less than the perfect 10 as being for the romantic at heart, Marie Claire and also by ELLE as one of the "Pick of the Best" Bush Lodges, and voted by Getaway as one of the top 10 most romantic destinations in South Africa.

Superbly situated close to the best game viewing areas of the 36 000 hectare private Welgevonden Game Reserve. Shibula Lodge hugs the banks of a scenic river and has magnificent views of the overhanging cliffs, where the antics of the resident baboon troop entertain guests.

This malaria-free reserve, where the big five (Lion, Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant and Leopard) roam freely, is home to an extraordinary diversity of plant and animal wildlife, as well as more than 350 species of birds. Shibula has access to the entire 36 000 ha reserve which forms part of a bigger 100 000 ha game reserve. What is the name of the bigger reserve?

Guests are assured of exceptional game viewing. Including some of the best Rhino sightings on the continent. Large variety of different antelope can be seen in one game reserve than in any other game reserve in Southern Africa. Rare game species includes Aardvark and Brown Hyena, Eland, Gemsbok, Tsessebe and Bush Pig. Night game drives give the visitor an insight into South African nocturnal wildlife.

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Tel: +27 11 888 4037
Fax: +27 11 888 1041
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