Nine tents are spaced widely apart on either side of a thatched reception and dining area, set back from the lake shore and hidden among swaying palms and fruiting fig trees. With a maximum of 20 guests, the lodge a quiet an intimate retreat. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom with hot and cold running water, a dressing area and either comfortable queen or ¾ twin beds, with a small patio at the front and accessible by wooden boardwalks. Another boardwalk leads to a large deck with a fireplace sits under a shady fig tree overlooking Lake Ihema. Solar energy entirely powers the Lodge and the lodge prides itself on being environmentally conscious.
Accommodation is free for children 5 years of age and under. Only meals and drinks will be charged Children over 16 will have their own room paying full price. All rates on half board basis - include accommodation, dinner and breakfast Single occupancy in the luxury tree-top tent incurs a 40 percent single supplement charge Rates do not include park entry fees, activities, lunch, gratuities and drinks.
Double tent (pppn sharing)
International: $195 pppn
Regional: $150 pppn
Local: $150 pppn
Single (per night)
International: $265 pppn
Regional: $210 pppn
Local: $210 pppn
Child 6-16 (sharing tent on camp bed)
International: $95 pppn
Regional: $75 pppn
Local: $75 pppn
Luxury tree top-tent (per person per night sharing)
International: $280 pppn
Regional: $230 pppn
Local: $230 pppn
*International: An international visitor to the country on a short stay.
*Resident: An international person staying in the country for a long stay on a resident permit or work permit.
*Local: A person from that country and living there.
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