Karoo Lodge, Samara Private Game Reserve, South Africa
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Eastern Cape, South Africa
Per Person Per Night
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The lovingly renovated farmhouse lies on the first property bought by the Tompkins family when they started Samara in 1997. Combining colonial comforts and modern day luxuries with a rustic and welcoming feel, Karoo Lodge is the perfect place to relax and allow the tranquillity of the Karoo to envelop you – on the wide verandah in summer or by the cosy fire in winter.
WHY CHOOSE KAROO LODGE?
- Samara is a hub of conservation and animal reintroduction efforts in the Great Karoo basin.
- Samara is one of few private game reserves where walking forms an integral part of the safari experience.
- Samara’s raised tented platform on the Milk River provides a breathtaking romantic wilderness experience.
- Samara is passionate about educating the next generation of conservationists and opening their eyes to the wonders of the wild.
Karoo Lodge Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2023 - 2024||15 Dec 2023 - 09 Jan 2024||Suite||ZAR 14500|
|2024||10 Jan - 30 Apr||Suite||ZAR 13500|
|2024||1 May - 31 Jul||Suite||ZAR 11000|
Rates are Per Person Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Karoo Lodge rates include:
• Access to 67,000 acres of exclusive born-again wilderness
• Luxury en-suite accommodation as specified
• Twice daily game drives with experienced guide and tracker
• Spekboom planting experience
• Guided bush walks & wildlife tracking*
• Access to ongoing conservation activities*
• Transfers between lodges and Samara’s airstrip
• Three meals and game drive snacks daily
• Soft drinks, house wines and selected spirits and beers
• Specialty teas and local coffee
• Children’s activity programme**
• Wifi in rooms & common areas
• Telephone calls
• Value Added Tax at 15%
Children of all ages are welcome at Karoo Lodge.
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Karoo Lodge at Samara, Graaff-Reinet, South Africa
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