Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Mabula Game Lodge in South Africa Hosts Family Easter Activities

Mabula Game Lodge offers a Big Five game viewing experience as well as an array of activities suited for family travel.  Children may immerse themselves in day and night at Mabula Game Lodge with a recent introduction at the lodge of children’s game drives which take place during the school holidays. Parents can relax knowing that their children are well looked after, while children are able to experience the magic of the bush with children their own age. It also allows for game rangers to focus on what children enjoy without the worry of losing the interest of adults.

From 6 - 9 April 2012, a special Easter programme will be available at the games room, which includes arts and crafts, board games as well as bingo around the pool. The games room also includes a Wii and Play station area available to all ages, and a jungle gym and play area is found just outside.

Outdoor activities
Some outdoor activities over the Easter weekend will include treasure hunting, sack racing, egg and spoon racing, hoola hooping and much more. A new activity is the kiddies' spa, which will allow children to experience something different when on holiday. Other Holiday programmes at Mabula Game Lodge also include quizzes, and for those looking to learn more about their surroundings, there are environmental talks about rhinos and other interesting discussions about wildlife and the environment.

Activities for the whole family include open 4X4 safaris twice a day, guided bush walks, horse safaris, quad bike safaris (16 and older), paint ball, volley ball, archery and tennis, all of which are booked at the Wildlife Centre next to the main lodge parking area.

A big attraction is Mabula Game Lodge's recently upgraded Reptile Centre, which accommodates some of Africa's deadliest snakes. Crocodile feeding and snake demonstrations take place daily over weekends. The Mabula Game Lodge Spa, which opened in 2011 offers a full range of relaxing treatments and is ideally located in the hub of activities at Mabula Private Game Reserve.

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  1. Lodge Mabula Estate is situated on a nine hole Gary Player designed golf course on the banks of the Sabie River in Hazyview, Mpumalanga province. The resort offers guests a tranquil and peaceful haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Kruger Park Lodge’s rates are also very competitive for a four star lodge, and one can choose between a two bedroom, three bedroom and four bedroom chalet.