Ivory Tree Lodge
Pilanesberg, South Africa
This lodge is unique for so many reasons that you’ll begin to forget which one you like the best. For starters, it’s located within one of the world’s largest extinct volcanic complexes and is surrounded by numerous African native animals including: springbok, cheetah, rhino, elephant and lion. The Ivory Tree Lodge has also been upgraded to fully represent contemporary luxury without detracting from the natural environment. A large swimming pool and guest areas are designed to provide relaxation and relief for groups and individuals. Meal times can be enjoyed inside or outside and you’ll be amazed at the fine dining options. Two lounge areas and two bars, one of which serves cocktails, provide the perfect evening location from where to reflect on your day’s adventures in the bush. If you’re looking for further activities, other than a ‘Big Five’ safari, then why not try getting involved with something cultural including interactive drumming sessions.
- Swimming Pool
Where is itPilanesberg National Park is located in North West Province, South Africa, to the west of Pretoria and on the outskirts of Sun City. The lodge is set within a gigantic extinct volcanic crater within the Pilanesburg Game Reserve. Transfer time from Johannesburg Airport: approximately 3 hours.
67 rooms and suites boasting indoor and outdoor comfort with earthy colour tones that complement the natural surroundings. All with air conditioning, tea/coffee-making facilities, mini fridge, covered patio, en-suite bathroom and outside shower. Standard Rooms are decorated with African décor and have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults and 1 child.
Full Board includes: all meals, coffees, snacks, 2 game drives per day and entrance fees.
Luxury Suites with a lounge area, fireplace and 1 king-size 4-poster bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.
2 lounge areas. Multi-tiered inside and outside dining areas. Cocktail bar. Large swimming pool. Spa*. Archery.
* Denotes local charge.
Please note: mandatory conservation levy of R115 per guest per stay applies, payable locally.