The understated elegance of the décor, the views and the attention to your comfort is a perfect mix to make your safari extra special.
The thatched main area has an open dining area, bar and various small lounges overlooking an active waterhole.We have a refreshing pool, gym and a spa to take care of the mind, body & soul.
Ghoha Hills has Eco Tourism certification for their low impact on the environment and the latest solar & waste disposal systems in place.
Accommodation & Facilities:
9 Luxurious Double/Twin Tented Rooms – Super King Bed / 2 x 3/4 Beds
2 Luxurious Family Tented Rooms – Main bedroom with Bathroom en-suite and inter-leading room with 2 x Single Beds
1 x Pilot/Guide Room (not same standard as guest rooms)
Thatched main area with viewing decks with seating area overlooking an active waterhole and unparalleled 180 degree views
Various indoor and outdoor dining
Various Massage Treatments are available
Multi Station Gym Machine & Stationary Bike & Dumbbell Set & Yoga Mats
Campfire area under the stars
Rock pool with separate deck with easy access from the main area and great views of the active waterhole below and the Savuti Plains
Accepts cash and credit card payments
Daily, inclusive laundry service available
Solar farm supplying renewable energy
Books on animals, flora and fauna are available to read at leisure
Available at Pool and Main area
No telephone communication available. The lodge has a satellite phone and radio for emergencies
All ages. See child policy for more information
Private viewing deck overlooking an active waterhole and unparalleled 180 degree views of the Savuti Plains
En-suite bathrooms with double vanity, separate toilet and separate shower
Superbly appointed furniture and fittings complemented with lime-washed wooden floors.
Luxury Eco-friendly guest amenities including insect repellent, shampoo and conditioner
High quality Linen and Towels to ensure your every comfort
Gowns and slippers for your use
Comfortable armchairs to enjoy the views or catch up on some reading
Cupboard with hanging space
Roof fan & standing fan
Power point for charging photographic equipment and cell phones.
Personal safe with personalised digital settings
Flashlight for your use in the room
Air horn for in case of an emergency
Morning & Afternoon game drives in open 4 x 4 safari vehicle on private roads and waterholes
Day excursions to the Savuti Marsh visiting the Baobab Theatre
Bushman Rock Paintings & Pimple Hills, including a picnic lunch (min 2 night stay)
Spa – Relax, Recharge, Heal
View the spa brochure here
TYPICAL DAY ON SAFARI
This is a guideline of what your day will be like on Safari. These programs are flexible and will be discussed with you and your travel companions on a daily basis.
05:30 / 05:00 Early morning wake-up call
06:00 / 05:30 Continental breakfast served in the dining area
06:30 / 06:00Leave for morning activity, (approximately 4 – 6 hours)
12:00 / 13:00Lunch is served at the dining area
Siesta time Relax and enjoy the lodge facilitiesand surroundings
16:00 / 16:00High Tea in the Restaurant
16:30 / 16:30Sundowner Game(approximately 2 hours)
18:30 /18:30Return to Lodge
19:30 / 19:30Dinner is served at the dining area
For more information please have a look at the activity guide
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