About Mogalakwena River Lodge
Mogalakwena River Lodge offers a truly luxurious African experience in the Limpopo Valley of South Africa. The lodge has a central lodge with four rooms, dining and open lounge areas, as well as a lower and upper viewing deck facing the Mogalakwena River. The four thatched chalets have exquisite views and privacy.
This exclusive lodge caters for sixteen guests in eight double rooms with en-suite facilities. The lodge offers accompanied game drives, wildlife walks, fishing, bird watching and horse riding. The lodge offers excursions to cultural heritage sites, a neighbouring tribal village for entertainment and wildlife excursions to Botswana. All of the activities are tailored to suit guest requirements.
The lodge has a well-equipped conference and functions venue. Personal attention and efficient service are the hallmarks of Mogalakwena River Lodge's philosophy to provide complete privacy and the highest standards of hospitality.
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