Welcome to Khaya Morula Private Game Lodge on SA-Venues.com, offering accommodation in Dwaalboom, Waterberg.
Set in unspoilt natural surroundings are chalets, completed by the Main Lodge crafted out of indigenous woods, local slate, reed and thatch. A relaxed atmosphere is created by the airy triple volume open plan design of the lodge.
The Main Lodge has seven rooms each decorated in a unique African theme featuring original local artefacts, weaving and beadwork, without compromising luxury or style. Each room has an en suite bathroom and are air-conditioned. The focus of home and lodge life is the main 'mess', which serves as both dining and lounge area and includes a beautiful ladies bar with its rich warm colours that blends in with the raw texture of the lodge.
Complementing the Main Lodge are three chalets which furnishings are fashioned from stone and wood found around the camp. Spacious en-suite bathrooms include dressing space, closets and a shower room with a stone floor. Rough bush texture give the bathroom a primitive feel. Hand crafted wooden beds offer the ultimate romantic experience with its natural soft earthy covers.
Khaya Morula cuisine is an artful fusion of both local and exotic served in the elegant formal dining room or beside a flickering campfire in the open boma. Bush food is not normally gourmet, but meals at Khaya Morula are memorable - not too indulgent, though definitely geared towards a refined palate. Dinner is a four course affair, while breakfasts are fresh, simple, special and inspiring.
It is the perfect venue to celebrate special birthdays, anniversaries, engagements and other private social or corporate events.
The Reserve is aimed at the more exclusive end of the market and the Lodge cater for guests on a fully inclusive basis. Activities include early morning and late afternoon game drives, walks and delectable bush braais.
Khaya Morula is home to more than 300 bird species which can be viewed at leisure from your bungalow. For the more “diehard” of bird-watching enthusiast who tend to steer away from commercial birding spots and who prefer roughing it out in the bush with binoculars and a safari suit, will find plenty awarding sites at our hides. Roaming the bushveld a variety of wildlife can be viewed such as impala, blue wildebeest, kudu, gemsbok, waterbuck, bushbuck and burchal’s zebra, klipspringer, steenbok, porcupine, common duiker, caracal, serval, black-backed jackel and brown hyena.
By introducing our small antelope breeding project we aim to produce quality and rare species to the wildlife industry and create healthy genetic diversity for future breeders and conservation projects.
We also present conservation education courses:
1. Wildlife Rehabilitation / wildlife first - aid courses.
2. Wildlife Breeding Management courses.
Daily fishing trips available for local species, example carp, tilapia, barbell, yellow fish, black bass and makriel. Big 4 and tailor made safaris available on request.
Khaya Morula is the ideal location for entertaining corporate clients, associates or for any intimate family vacation. The setting ambiance and tranquillity creates a superb atmosphere. But if you are looking for entertainment the glitzy Sun City is only a 85km drive away.
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