About Sobhengu Lodge
Sobhengu Lodge offers a unique eco-experience with over 100 000 hectares of game reserve in close proximity and surrounded by 35 000 hectares of wetlands. These luxurious lodges are nestled inconspicuously amidst the trees of the dense Nibela Sand Forest and raised wooden walkways meander through the forest linking the lodges to the main hotel complex.
The 235 hectares of nature reserve is stocked with a variety of small game, rich in butterfly and bird life and boasts fossil beds of sea shells, clams, ammonites as well as giant shark teeth dating back over 60 million years.
Find solitude in a landscape that is still wild and natural.
Minimum of two-nights' stay over a weekend and four-nights midweek.
Stipulated arrival and departure dates in December, school holidays and public holidays.
Arrivals on a Friday or Monday only.
Departures on a Friday or Monday only.
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