Mangwa Valley Game Lodge

Stay as a Family in a Self-catering Chalet in Dinokeng

Dinokeng
Deal Price
You Pay:
R 4,999
Value:
R 8,000
You save:
R 3,001 (38%)

R 4,999

80 in stock

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You Pay:
R 4599
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R 8,000
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R 3,401 (43%)

Description

Stay with your family in a self-catering chalet at Mangwa Valley Game Lodge in Dinokeng!

This is the deal: 

  • A night stay for up to 6 people in a self-catering unit

Mangwa Valley Game Lodge is located in the malaria-free Dinokeng Reserve, home to 15 species of African wildlife, including the Big Five. Guided game-viewing on foot or game vehicles offers the opportunity to encounter these animals up close.

Mangwa has wonderful facilities on their premises that will make your time spent there memorable, relaxing and luxurious.

Spend some time relaxing on the pool deck with a cocktail in hand, or wine and dine at their fabulous on-site restaurant.

Evenings are exciting as guests enjoy sitting around the boma fire while enjoying the sounds of nocturnal animals, the chirping of crickets and the croaking of frogs in the distance.

Guests can also enjoy a delicious dinner at the on-site restaurant (at your own expense) or dine at one of the lovely restaurants in Cullinan.

Facilities:

  • Boma
  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Reading room/lounge

Accommodation at Mangwa is aesthetically designed to embody African safari while still perfectly blending in with the environment. Each chalet comes with a patio, perfect for enjoying a cup of coffee or tea with a rusk early in the morning.

Your double room thatched chalet includes:

  • Double bed
  • Shower
  • Desk & chair
  • Wardrobe
  • Ceiling fan
  • Tea and coffee facilities
  • Outdoor patio with seating

Although you are staying in a self-catering chalet, there are many places in the surrounding area to explore at

Three lovely places to visit in Dinokeng:

Dinokeng Game Reserve

If you’re longing for a bushveld escape but don’t feel like the drive to Mpumalanga or Limpopo, choose Dinokeng Game Reserve instead. Dinokeng Game Reserve, located 120km from Johannesburg, is the only Big Five game reserve in Gauteng. This lovely game reserve has all the animals you might expect, such as antelope, predators and birdlife. There are other small reserves in the area that are just as wonderful, such as Roodeplaat, Rietvlei, Groenkloof and Abe Bailey.

Roodeplaat Dam Nature Reserve

Roodeplaat Dam Nature Reserve is a well-known destination for those living in Gauteng seeking to escape to nature to enjoy a bit of birdwatching, picnicking, angling or water sports.

Roodeplaat dam was originally meant for providing water to Montana, Doornpoort and the Magaliesberg area, but was later developed to form part of a game reserve. The reserve is divided into a northern and southern side, each with its own attractions.

The northern side of the dam is great for canoeing, sailing and fishing. This side of Roodeplaat Dam Nature Reserve is equipped with picnic sites, braai areas and bathrooms. Birds in the vicinity include terns, warblers, kingfishers and African fish eagles.

The southern side of the reserve is home to wildlife like zebra, waterbuck, warthog and jackal, and prolific birdlife like francolin, ibis, and cuckooshrike, among others. The southern side is also quieter and more tranquil than the northern side.

Cullinan

Visit the picture-perfect Victorian village of Cullinan for a lesson in diamond mining and an afternoon walking oak-lined streets. Cullinan made its name as a mining settlement in 1905 after the discovery of the world’s largest diamond, the Cullinan Diamond (which now sits in Queen Elizabeth’s crown, displayed at the Tower of London).

The lucky discovery of the Cullinan Diamond:

The Cullinan Diamond Pipe, where the Cullinan diamond was discovered only 9m from the surface, is believed to be the oldest diamond pipe in the world. Diamonds are still occasionally found there, but even though it’s unlikely you’re to discover one yourself, do place the working diamond mine tour on your list of things to do in Cullinan.

Oak Avenue

Witness a throwback to Victorian times when visiting Cullinan’s favourite tourist destination – Oak Avenue. Oak Avenue is a living museum lined with giant oak trees, beautifully restored old Victorian houses, art galleries, quirky shops, cafés and inviting restaurants. A seemingly popular restaurant choice among visitors is Jan Harmsgat se Agterplaas. Read more about Cullinan on our blog by following this link.

Visit their website to find out more about Mangwa Valley Game Lodges!

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  • Expires: 30 September 2022
  • Deal is valid for six people
  • Valid any day of the week, including weekends (subject to availability)
  • Excludes: all meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping, and sight-seeing not mentioned
  • Child policy: Promotion for two adults only
  • Rooms applicable: double (standard) room - sleeps 2
  • Mangwa Valley Game Lodge’s gate closes at 8pm due to strict game reserve rules. Gates reopen at 6am.
  • Regret NO early check-ins or late check-outs are permitted.
  • Extras payable upon departure
  • Limited to 3 deals per customer 
  • Booking is essential and subject to availability.
  • Present printed deal to redeem
  • Merchant Cancellation Policy: 2 weeks. No shows forfeit the deal. No refunds
  • Daddy’s Deals refund policy: Refund requests must be submitted, in writing, up to 10 working days from date of purchase (unless stated otherwise where deals are non-refundable). Thereafter refunds will not be processed or issued
Stay as a family in Dinokeng at Mangwa Valley Game Lodge
Stay as a Family in a Self-catering Chalet in Dinokeng

R 4,999

80 in stock

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