Mgankla Lodge Groups - Self Catering Accommodation

Brits, North West - South Africa

 
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At Mgankla Lodge we believe in providing our guests with a full comfortable self-catering experience. In addition to being malaria-free and under the stunning expanse of the South African sky, staying at Mgankla Lodge affords you optimal comfort for an unforgettable family getaway and a unique escape from busy life and a perfect opportunity to experience the feeling in having your "own" game farm.

Catering for groups up to 15 guests we offer you and your family a fully equipped, elegantly decorated self-catering house with aircons and a perfect home to relax and have a quit getaway weekend or a mid-week stay without any hassles and responsibilities.

Mgankla Lodge offers activities such as Game Viewing, Bird Watching, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Swimming Pool, TV & DSTV, Gungle Gym, Spectacular Views, Boma & Braai.

Hidden away in the safe and peaceful environment of the North West Province, a 185 hectar of pure African bush veld is located 11 Kilometers North of Brits (Lethlabile), 50 minutes drive from Pretoria and 45 minutes from Sandton.

Sun City is located approximately 100km away and nearby attractions in Hartebeespoort such as Areal Cableway Hartebeespoortdam, Elephant Sanctuary, Magalies Canopy tours, Monkey Sanctuary, Hot Air Balloon rides only 29 kilometers.

Guests can delight in the view of the charming setting, relax and enjoy the peace and quiet abundance of birds and wildlife and experience the great variety of animals such as; Mgankla (Zulu name for Kudu), Nyala, Impala, Blue Wildebeest, Warthog, Eland, Roan, Waterbuck, Blesbuck, Bushpig, Duiker, and our small family of Giraffes.

This lodge is an elegantly warm and welcoming setting, offering all the amenities you would expect in having a reunion, team building, birthdays, family gatherings or just a peaceful getaway with friends.

 


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