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At all three lodges at Lalibela, secluded thatched chalets are placed where magnificent indigenous gardens merge into the surrounding bush.
Each en-suite unit has a private observation deck to make the most of the views. The lodges also boast a large lounge, viewing deck and a sunny swimming pool where you can spend a lazy afternoon. They also have an outdoor dining 'boma' for fireside dinners and open-air brunches, as well as stylish indoor dining areas.
The stone and thatch chalets and main lodge of Mark’s Camp are decorated in a relaxed Pan-African style. This lodge sleeps up to 20 guests in 4 individual chalets and 3 family chalets. Each comfortably furnished chalet has an en-suite bathroom and there is a ceiling fan for those warm summer nights. The chalets open up onto a private deck with views over the waterhole.
Between game drives, guests can relax in the large lounge, bird watch from the viewing decks or laze around the swimming pool. Mark’s Camp has an outdoor dining “boma” for fireside dinners and open-air brunches, as well as a gracious indoor dining area.
Rates Include:Fully inclusive of accommodation, 2 game drives (evening & morning), all meals and all drinks (excl. premium wines).
Rates Exclude: Optional Extras
Children's programme at Mark's Camp: This is ideal for families wanting a safari holiday in a malaria-free area. Each family is different and children require varying degrees of attention, which is why the emphasis at Lalibela is to be as flexible as possible to ensure memorable family holidays.
Climate: Seasons are the opposite to the Northern Hemisphere. The summer months range from mid-September till late-April. Winters are mild - they are nothing close to a European or North American winter. During May to August there are moderate days with cool evenings. The sun intensity is strong in South Africa and sun block throughout the year, even if travelling in our winter is advised. In summer, a hat and sunglasses is strongly recommended.
Health: All travellers worldwide are recommended to take out travel insurance before trips, which covers health benefits while in another country (please check full benefits with your travel insurer). The tap water in South Africa is safe to drink. There will always be bottled water available should you not feel comfortable drinking it direct from the tap / faucet.