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A true African bush experience awaits you at Wildside Safari Camp, where the essence of the unspoilt wilderness of the Waterberg is combined with comfortable en-suite tents, creating a wild Africa atmosphere. The open lounge/bar area with the romantic roaring fire in the boma creates the perfect end to a relaxed day in the bush. Location:Wildside Safari Camp is situated on the lower escarpment of the 22 000 ha Entabeni Safari Conservancy in the malaria-free Waterberg region of Limpopo Province. (Malaria Free Area)
In room facilities: Telephone, Ceiling Fans, Hair Dryer, Tea/Coffee station, guest amenities, fridges in the family tented chalets.
Rates Include:Accommodation, welcome drink, three meals, two game drives, tea/coffee & confectionery, Tourism Levy and 14%VAT.
Rates Exclude:Beverages and optional activities
Conference Venue: Boardroom, Leopard Room 10
Weather Conditions: Moderate climate with a summer rainfall. Temperatures range respectively 2°C and 20°C in July and 14°C and 30°C in January. Frost is common during winter months, with an average of 61 to 90 days of frost annually.
What to take: Jackets for evenings, Camera, Binoculars, Comfortable walking shoes, Insect repellant, Sun Screen, hat & batteries.
Child Policy: Children under six years of age will not be permitted on game drives. Where possible, depending on the number of children in-house and the availability of additional vehicles, special game drives for children can be arranged. These drives cannot be guaranteed and usually take place after breakfast.
Children under 12 years of age are not allowed to participate in the game walks. Entabeni Private Game Reserve is unfenced and extra precautions need to be taken to ensure the safety of children.Directions:Take the N1 North Highway from Pretoria to Polokwana (Pietersburg). Keep on the N1 through the Carousel and Kranskop Tollgates. Travel a further 32 km on the N1. Take the Mookgopong (Naboomspruit) R101A offramp/exit (Route 289). Drive 8 km to Mookgopong (Naboomspruit). Pass throug the town of Mookgopong (Naboomspruit) on the R101A (29 km) till you reach the Doorndraai, Sterkrivier turnoff (Entabeni Sign). Turn left and continue for 22 km till you reach the Haakdoring turnoff. Turn left and continue for a further 10km on a gravel road till you reach the big Entabeni Safari Conservancy sign on your right-hand side and the security entrance gate.