Mahlangeni Safari Lodge
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Mahlangeni Safari Lodge

Laat u verrassen door de unieke eigenschappen van Mahlangeni Safari Lodge, gelegen in een privé wildreservaat vlakbij het leuke safari dorpje Hoedspruit. Ontdek true African bush living en geniet van de rust, de ruimte, de ongelofelijk mooie natuur en natuurlijk het wild, dat vrij rond loopt rondom de lodge. Er is geen gevaarlijk wild op de Estate, dus u kunt veilig wandelen of fietsen en genieten van de natuur.

Mahlangeni Safari Lodge is ontworpen om optimaal gebruik te kunnen maken van de buitenruimte. De gehele lodge is ontworpen rondom het (deels) overdekte terras en het zwembad, waarbij uiteraard volledig aandacht is gegeven aan het vrije uitzicht op het aangrenzende meertje. Vanuit de entree geeft de hal toegang tot een ruim bemeten woonkamer van ca. 70 m2 met openkeuken van ca. 20 m2.

Middels 10 meter brede opslaande deuren is er toegang tot de overdekte patio van 55 m2 en de aanlgrenzende houten terrassen van 75 m2 en het zwembad. In de woonkamer is een allesbrander aanwezig voor koele winter maanden en er is toegang tot de mezzanine verdieping, die plaats biedt aan twee extra slaapplaatsen.

De grote master slaapkamer heeft uiteraard een king size bed en de zeer ruim bemeten ensuite badkamer is voorzien van groot vrijstaand ligbad, grote inloop douche en grote inloop buiten doche. Tevens is er een dubbele wastafel en een toilet. De twee ruime gasten slaapkamers met ensuite bakamers zijn toegankelijk vanaf de overdekte patio.

De voorst gasten slaapkamer heeft uitzicht op het meertje en heeft een eigen prive terras. Deze slaapkamer is voorzien van een kingsize bed. De ensuite badkamer heeft een dubbele wastafel, een toilet, een ruime inloop douche en een buiten douche. De derde gasten slaapkamer met ensuite badkamer is identiek aan de eerste gasten slaapkamer met uitzondering van het bed, deze slaapkamer heeft twee één persoonsbedden die desgewentst uitelkaar kunnen worden geschoven.

Naast de hal is een kleine wasruimte met wasmachine en droger. De wasruimte geeft tevens toegang tot de ommuurde binnenplaats waar de afvalbakken en de waslijn zijn gesitueerd.

Alle slaapkamers zijn voorzien van airconditioning die zowel kan koelen als verwarmen. De woonkamer is voorziening van een airconditioning unit die alleen kan koelen.

De keuken is volledig uitgerust met onder andere een keramische kookplaat, oven, afzuigkap, magnetron, vaatwasser en een amerikaanse koelkast met ijsblokjesmachine.

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De verhuurder, Gerrit Jan

Gerrit Jan Van der Grijn
Gerrit Jan Van der Grijn

Bij Micazu sinds mei 2015

Nederland
Engels, Nederlands

Onze safari lodges zijn voorzien van alle luxe die u zich maar kunt wensen. De lodge is ontworpen door een bekende lokale architect. Ook het interieur is tot stand gekomen onder leiding van een interieur architect. Er is gebruik gemaakt van luxe materialen en het afwerkingsniveau is hoog. Het huis wordt lokaal gemanaged, onze manager staat voor u klaar om aan al uw wensen te voldoen en boekt ook uw excursies. Geniet van onze gastvrijheid en service en ontdek "True African Bush Living".

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Minimum verblijf 7 nachten. Tarief is inclusief gebruik electriciteit en water verbruik, schoonmaak één dag per week alsmede eindschoonmaak. Voor langere periodes (vanaf twee weken) gelden lagere tarieven, gelieve hiertoe kontakt op te nemen met verhuurder.

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For additional information, activities, how to get there and what to see and to do please visit out website: www.limpopo-luxury.com

Additional information, activities and trips in surrounding area
SUMMER 

November
(Min 15°C Max 35°C) The days now become warmer and the chances of afternoon showers greater. The general appearance of the bush is now green and the grass starts to coppice, this will attract the grazers like Zebra, Wildebeest and Buffalo. The end of the month would see the arrival of the first Impala lambs. 

December
(Min 16°C Max 37°C) This is indeed a busy time, as the lambing of the Impalas and the calving of the Wildebeest gets into full swing. The predators take full advantage of the abundance of youngsters and the evenings are full of action. 

January
(Min 20°C Max 37°C) The first month of the year is characterized by lush vegetation that has been generated by the early summer rains.The grass is normally long, particularly along the riverine areas. The larger of the herbivores, such as Kudu, Zebra and Waterbuck give birth at this time, the thick vegetation allows them to hide their young while they browse nearby.Temperatures can soar into the high thirties, but often thunder showers in the late afternoon bring welcome relief from the heat. 

February
(Min 20°C Max 36°C) Considered to be one of the warmest months of the bushveld summer, February is characterized by the animals moving only when it is cool enough.The chances of thunder showers are not as great as those of January and the heat is drier at this time of year. The general colour of the bush is still green and the vegetation remains thick. 

March
(Min 16°C Max 32°C) The heat diminishes slightly towards the end of March and the chance of rain is declines at this time of year.The young of the different animals born in the early summer months have grown considerably and are better equipped in their escape from predators.Normally natural pan water is still easily available for the animals.  

AUTUMN 

April
(Min 10°C Max 30°C) April brings with it the changes of the year and is often when the very short bushveld autumn takes place. The pan water begins to dry up and the temperatures are far more pleasant, but can vary between hot during the day to chilly in the evenings. 

May
(Min 5°C Max 30°C) This month is the turning point of the year and is the most definitive of the transformation from summer to winter. The temperature difference between day and night is more pronounced, the evenings require warmer clothing, but the days are very pleasant. The ground water begins to dry up now and game starts concentrating closer to the places where water can still be found. This results in the predators moving to the favourite water points in hopeful anticipation of a successful ambush.

WINTER 

June
(Min 2°C Max 28°C) Winter is now upon us, when setting out in the morning it is better to “dress to strip”. A simple explanation for this is that the temperature will change by at least ten degrees Celsius from the time you head out on your drive till the time you get back. The evenings are different in that you have to take the necessary extra clothing along with you to ward off the dropping temperatures. The most of the animals congregate around the deeper pools to quench their thirsts. Predator viewing is at itsbest at this time of year, the lack of vegetation and established water points make tracking and finding the large cats easier. The cooler days often result in the cats moving during the day in search of prey, and many a kill has been witnessed in broad daylight. 

July
(Min 2°C Max 28°C) In many respects July is similar to June, the only difference is that it is drier, and animals such as the Rhinoceros and Buffalo make daily journeys to the rivers to drink. Towards the end of the month it does start to warm up slightly during the day, the evenings are still cold. 

August
(Min 5°C - Max 30°C) August is the driest of the months, the temperature rises during the day and although the nights are cool the days are very pleasant. There are many who rate August as the best time of the year to come to see the animals. 

SPRING

September
(Min 10°C - Max 32°C) September is a month of great contrasts, the bush is still dry, but many of the trees begin to blossom; the brilliant red of the Weeping Boer-bean, the yellow of the Knobthorn trees or the combination of white and yellow on the Transvaal Gardenia. All of these shower a brilliance over what is now a very dry month for the bush. The last of the winter chills are spent and the days can become hot again. 

October
(Min 15°C - Max 34°C) The bushveld is now waiting in anticipation for rain, the days warm up enough to create thunderstorms in the afternoons.
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HOEDSPRUIT 

Directly translated from the Afrikaans the relatively small town of Hoedspruit, which lies at the foot of the Klein Drakensberg on the old Selati railway line from Phalaborwa to Kaapmuiden, means “hat creek”. The story involves one of the town’s pioneers who took off his hat, after a particularly arduous trek over the mountains into the heat of the Lowveld, and threw it into the Sandspruit River, making an impulsive decision to stay. Hoedspruit finds itself in an enviable position today because of its access to the private game areas of the Timbavati and Klaserie as well as the Kruger National Park. Hoedspruit is essentially an agricultural town located a stone’s throw away from the Kruger National Park and is surrounded by game-rich country that makes it an obvious stopover. As a result, what began merely as a couple of shops, a bank and a little rondawel that served as a station building, has grown into what is today marketed as a premier eco-tourist destination because of its association with some of the best ‘Big 5’ viewing in South Africa. Hoedspruit retains a great deal of its rural charm and is easy accessible by road and as well by air because of the number of scheduled airlines flying into the air force base just outside town, now conveniently used for civilian aircraft.
Hoedspruit - Limpopo
KRUGER TO CANYONS BIOSPHERE

The Kruger to Canyons Biosphere contains widely diverse landscapes, ranging in altitude from 300 metres above sea level in the east to in excess of 2,000m in the Drakensburg Escarpment where the plateau basin begins.As the geography and geology vary, the average rainfall differs significantly across the Biosphere region, averaging 368mm per annum in the plains, but increasing to up to eight times the quantity (3,000mm) on the plateau. These two factors in combination lead to a wide variety of habitats and niches for flora and fauna to exploit.The Kruger to Canyons Biosphere is of particular ecological importance. It contains three major biomes (distinctive biogeographic regions), namely dry savannah woodlands, Afromontane forest and Afromontane grassland.As the altitude (and consequently rainfall) increases from east to west, a great biodiversity can be witnessed progressing from scrub and savannah upwards into South Africa’s unique fynbos floral system, rainforests, and climax grasslands on the top of the Escarpment where water is more abundant.The dry savannah woodlands contain the richest distribution of large mammal species found in any sub region in the world. This is due to the high nutritional value provided in this vegetation and the extensive range supporting large populations of ungulates (hooved mammals) and their associates.Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard, together with rare Antelope such as Tsessebe, Sable, Roan and Hartebeest are found here. This is also one of the last remaining viable habitats for the African Wild Dog in South Africa. The highest concentrations of Giraffe in Southern Africa are found in this central region between the Letaba and Sabie rivers with the main concentrations in the Klaserie valley.

In the Biosphere, a mere 1.4% of the country’s total land surface contains this unique, free ranging distribution of mammals together with a remarkable 55% of the total terrestrial biodiversity found in South Africa. This low percentage is accounted for by the wholesale destruction of game and the massive transformation of habitat which has taken place over the last three hundred years, most recently with the the introduction of fences.The total number of species in the Lowveld is greater than exists in many whole countries in the world. The relatively small fraction of the South African flora is simply a reflection of the enormously rich plant diversity in this country (Cape Town's whole fynbos kingdom in particular) as a whole.

The Escarpment region, consisting of the Blyde River catchment, the Valley of the Olifants, Legalametsi Nature Reserve and Wolkberg Wilderness Area contains 140 endemic species of plant, reptile, amphibian and invertebrate found to date. It is interesting to note that Mariepskop contains well over 2,000 plant species- more than the whole of the Kruger National Park and far exceeding Table Mountain’s plant diversity.The whole region holds up to 75% of all terrestrial bird species, 80% of all raptor species (all the vulture species have been recorded) and 72% of all mammals found in South Africa. K2C is recognised under the UNESCO (United Nations Educations, Scientific and Cultural Organisation)  Man and the Biosphere Programme.

It became the 411th Biosphere Reserve site to be registered in 94 countries worldwide, acknowledging the global significance of Greater Kruger bioregion, the eastern savannahs and escarpment of South Africa.
Kruger to Canyons Biosphere
The Kruger National Park is the second-largest game reserve in Africa and the largest in South Africa. It is the flagship of South African National Parks (SANPARKS).

Spanning 360 km north to south and 65 km from east to west, the scenic beauty of Limpopo is situated to the west, the lush Mpumalanga to the south and Zimbabwe to the north. It has nine entrance gates and is home to the famous Big Five, the Little Five and the birding Big Six, in addition to a range of fauna and floraunique to the area. The park is made up of numerous locations which provide ample accommodation in a range of lodges, tented camps and self-catering chalets. Also available are a wide variety of tour options and safaris around the distinct and contrasting landscapes of the 18,989 square kilometer area of the park. The Kruger National Park is internationally recognized as a world-class destination and is at the top of any wildlife enthusiast’s list of dream destinations.  

Access to the Kruger National Park from Hoedspruit is very easy, either heading south on the R40 towards Hazyview and turning left onto the Orpen Road approximately 25 km from Hoedspruit. Orpen Gate is approximately 60 km from town. The other option is to head north on the R40 some 80 km and enter at Phalaborwa Gate. Day visitorsBefore your visit, take some time to plan your trip and be realistic about how much you can drive and see in a day.

The Kruger Park is huge; there are strict speed limits within the park and the distances between placesmay take longer than anticipated. You should calculate an average of 25 km per hour when you plan your trip. Choose your gate entry and exit with care, know the opening and closing times and also know in advancewhich picnic site or camp you will visit. Each gate of the Kruger Park has particular facilities available. Gameviewing highlights in the area differ from gate to gate – study the information available and plan accordingly. With so much to see and do you will need to arrange a few things – here are guidelines for visiting this nationaltreasure: EntryFor day visitors, entry into the Kruger Park is on a first come first serve basis and strict quotas are applicablefor each gate. You are advised to get to your gate of choice as early as possible, particularly over peakseason periods. These rules do not affect guests with overnight accommodation bookings. There is a daily conservation entrance fee for all visitors unless you are in possession of a Wild Card.
Kruger National Park
The Blyde Canyon cuts through the Drakensberg Mountain Range, one of the seven major mountain systems in Africa. The botanical wonders of these high altitude afro montane forests can be witnessed while walking some unforgettable trails laid out under the forest canopy. The Blyde River Canyon is the third deepest canyon in the world (after the Grand Canyon in the western U.S. and Namibia’s Fish Eagle Canyon) and the largest green canyon in the world.

It ranks as one of the most spectacular sights in Africa. This great Escarpment is the kind of place where brochures and guide books run out of original adjectives to describe the fresh mountain scenery and magnificent panoramic views over cliffs rising 600m–800m from the river bed.

The entire canyon extends over twenty kilometers in length. The best perspective is, without doubt, by Microlight. Beneath the Canyon the Blyde River also yields the unique and critically threatened Lowveld Riparian Forest,which now covers only 100 hectares in extent. The Blyde River is dammed at the mouth of the Canyon to create the Blyde Dam at Swadini. Enter the Canyonfrom the Lowveld (the bottom, signposted to Swadini), head to Blyderivierpoort, and you can take boat tripsacross the Dam to the spectacular Tufa waterfalls, arrange canoeing, rock–climbing or abseiling activities, orsimply hike into the great outdoors. There is an information center at the end of the road with excellent views over the dam; prior to this there areviewpoints and (approaching from Aventura Swadini), the waterfall trail up to the Kadishi Tufa is signpostedaround halfway along on the right, followed by a path down to the dam wall on the left. The Blyderivierpoort is a dead–end, and you will need to return to the Lowveld in order to head up for a view downfrom the top. Drive up onto the Escarpment through the Strydom Tunnel (signposts direct you towards Ohrigstad/Lydenburg). 

After the tunnel, at the Abel Erasmus Pass, there is the opportunity to see one of the rarest birds in the world.The presence of the Taita Falcon in South Africa was discovered only in the 1990s.  There are then some spectacular sights in quick succession as you follow the road along the rim of the Canyon(turn left onto the Panorama Road (R532/ R534) at the top). The Three Rondawels are huge rock spirals rising out of the far wall of the canyon. Where the Blyde and the Treur Rivers meet, water erosion has formed one of the most remarkable geologicalphenomena in the country, known as ‘Bourke’s Luck Potholes’. 

Over thousands of years, surreal cylindrical rock sculptures created by whirling water, have formed a series ofdark pools which contrast spectacularly with the streaked white and yellow lichen–covered rocks. Following the road and the Treur River south, there are further spectacular viewpoints: Wonder View, God’sWindow and the Pinnacle.  No brochure, website or travel magazine will prepare you for the spectacular view from God’s Window, one of the most scenic vantage points in South Africa. God’s Window is one the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve’s most spectacular viewpoints, with astonishing views over South Africa’s Lowveld (so-named because it is much lower than the high escarpment along which the Panorama Route runs.

At God’s Window, majestic cliffs plunge down 700m and, on a clear day, you'll be able to see over the famous Kruger National Park towards the Lebombo Mountains on South Africa’s border Mozambique. The most famous town in the region is Pilgrims’ Rest, now something of a living museum and tribute to the gold panning days of the late 1800s. When you visit, you'll step straight back into the pages of the past. South of Pilgrim's Rest, you can visit the Mount Sheba Nature Reserve, home to more than 100 species of indigenous trees, including yellowwood, white stinkwood, cape chestnut and mountain cedar. 

The little town of Graskop is famous for its art galleries and its pancakes. Try Harry's Pancakes for a morning or afternoon snack.
The Panorama Route
JESSICA THE HIPPO

I drink coffee from a 2 liter baby bottle of rooibos tea, I sleep under a Tinkerbelle duvet and rest my head on apillow, I weigh almost a ton and love a massage before I go to bed. Hi my name is Jessica. I am the world’s most famous hippo. I have featured in a Leon Schuster movie (MrBones), and now I am making it big (and that’s Hippo big) but on the television scene in Europe. 

In my town of Hoedspruit in the Limpopo province in South Africa the name Jessica Hippo, has become thelocal celebrity hippo, giving Charlize Theron a run for her money. Well I have had the privilege of featuring on Discovery Channel numerous times, National Geographic 3 times, Animal Planet 3 times as well as in an hour–long documentary by Animal Planet, also on South Korean TV, ZEF a German channel, SAT 3 and our local children’s program Yo–Tv. Also newspapers like the Sunday Times our own paper Kruger2Canyon. I have also featured in numerous commercials and a fewyears back, the British television channel called Brilliant Creatures even flew out for my 3rd Birthday bash. Oh, Ialmost forgot to mention the feature on National Geographic Kids magazine this year. 

Jessica is a 10year old female Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) who lives near Hoedspruit - South Africa. What makes Jessica so special and unique, is the fact that she's a wild animal that interacts with humans in a rather different way than nature has intended. It is well believed that Hippos are some of the most dangerous and fearsome creatures in Africa and there are many accounts of Hippos attacking (and killing) people who invade their space or disrupt their routines. With this animal, this is definitely not the case since she loves interaction with humans and she displays mind-boggling characteristics which makes us wonder about our approach towards wild animals. When considering the natural behavior of the species, it is hard to establish whether Jessica considers herself as human or us humans as fellow hippos? Due to her behavior, Jessica has become somewhat of a worldwide phenomenon and she has her own international fan-club.

(Tony) “We hand raised Jessica with the intention of her returning to the wild as soon as she was ready tofeed for herself. She is totally free to leave whenever she wants but she clearly prefers to stay home and be“spoilt” by her human “parents”. We have a distinct bond between us, and it almost seems as if Jessicaunderstands what we are saying, although she is quite a handful at times. She regularly forces the front dooropen and has broken a number of beds, a couch and that’s not going down the route of the mess she makeswhen she needs the loo, well she hasn’t been potty trained yet.

(Shirley) Jessica’s favorite room is the kitchen, where she will rest her head on the counter and open her massivemouth hoping for some tasty bits at the first hint of food. Eating is Jessica’s favorite pastime and being ahippo she needs to consumes around 100kg’s of food every day.
Jessica the Hippo
THE DRAKENSIG GOLF CLUB

This precious 9/18 hole golf course (different tees) is situated in the Air Force Base in Hoedspruit. The clubhouse faces down the 18th and the skyline is flanged by the Drakensberg Mountain Range.Drakensig is known for the abundance of different types of trees and the exquisite bird life and there are also many different species of animals roaming around freely on the courseFacilities available are golf carts and there is a small but well stocked pro-shop available on site. The elementary driving-range is available from 08h00 – 15h00, Mondays – Sundays.

HANS MERENSKY - PHALABORWA

The golf course
At the Hans Merensky Hotel & Spa, you will experience golfing like no other place. With the world renowned Kruger National Park bordering this exquisite Championship golf course, visitors from the African Wild can very likely be expected.

Culinary Delights
For any type of hunger, there is guaranteed to be one of our fantastic restaurants to settle your hunger. For succulent steaks, to wood stove baked pizzas, and for the healthy living ones, there is a Health Bar that will leave you wanting more.
Golf

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