I had a lovely stay. Too short, but made to feel very welcome. The back massage was great and the accommodation superb. Moses made me feel at home. I slept very well and felt that I had rested well. Great food and a relaxed atmosphere. No pressure. Very knowledgable game ranger. We had good sightings on the game drive and in the camp. Will visit again soon, in winter, with warm log fires, shorter grass, better game viewing, but for three nights next time - at least.
Brian Atkins, South Africa
22 February 2011
Staff were all very hospitable, polite and attentive and ensured that we had a pleasant and memorable stay. The location is also ideal for those wanting a real bush experience with all the luxury amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. I would highly recommend this lodge, not only for the 5-star experience, but also the facilities available (Wellness centre) and the attention to detail. We felt special from the moment we arrived. I will definitely return.
Nicola Visagie, South Africa
07 January 2010
Etali Lodge is a great place for a romantic getaway with lots of privacy and excellent game viewing! We had a fabulous time the staff were excellent, food was 5 star, we loved the boma dinner.
The rooms are great and very comfortable with all the extras you could dream of! The gamedrives were well organised and we loved every moment! Thank you so much to all the staff, Ruan and Ronnie (our guides), J-C and Ryan and kitchen staff, Edwin for taking us safely to our rooms, and last to Susan and Koos for allowing us to share in their wonderful establishment and african dream.
Aelene Rummel, South Africa
30 September 2008
Our stay at Etali was absolutely fabulous. John D and Doctor - thanks for the amazing game drives. Jaycee, I'm convinced I'm gonna be the envy of all my friends with my new cheesecake recipe. Can't wait to try it. To all the staff, especially the cleaners, whom I never got to see, our room was always perfect like our stay. My best local holiday ever.
Siveshni Reddy, South Africa
17 June 2008
brynn stephenson, South Africa
02 May 2008