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Awelani Lodge

Preiswerte Lodge nahe dem Pafuri Gate im nördlichen Kruger Nationalpark.

Awelani Lodge is situated near Pafuri Gate (just 12 km’s away) and Tshikondeni (25km’s away) at the northern section of Kruger National Park in South Africa. The Lodge offers self-catering chalets, bungalows, safari tents as well as a camping site and an on-site restaurant and pub. Situated in a 1700 hectare conservancy, Awelani provides visitors an outstanding opportunity to walk or mountain bike through a wooded conservancy with a remarkable arrange of trees, Baobab, Mopani and Lobombo Ironwood to name a few.

Sandstone outcrops hide what is probably San and Khoi rock art and traditional Venda grain storage units. A purpose-built birdhide and waterhole offers outstanding bird watching. A sightings list of over 700 birds confirms this Pafuri area destination is an excellent site for twitchers.

2 x Chalets, 2 beds per room, both en-suite.

Room 1 : Bath, toilet, basin.

Room 2 : Bath, basin, toilet and outside shower.

Sharing lounge & kitchen area.

Self-catering – cutlery, crockery, stove with oven, microwave, fridge with small freezer compartment.

Built-in outside braai.

Free WiFi

2 x Bungalows, 2 beds per room.

Sharing bathroom with bath, shower, basin, toilet.

Self-catering – cutlery, crockery, stove with oven, microwave, fridge with small freezer compartment.

Braai stand.

Free WiFi

Safari Tents:

Not equipped for self-catering but restaurant and licenced bar available

En-suite bathrooms with flush toilet, basin and shower with hot and cold water

Tents have electricity and free WiFi

2 single beds, two chairs, dressing table and two bedside tables and bedside lamps

Linen and towels are provided

Communal areas:

Reception and office
Restaurant, with pub, providing basic meals. (We are open to pre-ordering for more complex catering)
Swimming pool
On-site laundry services are available (no self-service)
We sell wood at R20 a bag and ice at R15.
Free WiFi available, Cell phone and mobile data comms are very limited.
The lodge has Eskom electricity and a backup generator.