About Mongena Game Lodge
The 4 star rated Mongena Game Lodge is conveniently situated 35 km from Pretoria on the N1, in the malaria free north–western section of the Dinokeng Game Reserve, Gauteng provinces’s only free –roaming Big 5 Reserve, a mere 40 Minutes from Pretoria and 1.5 hour drive from OR Tambo International Airport and Johannesburg.
Mongena Game Lodge offers accommodation in 24 air-conditioned en suite rooms (single, double/twin or family accommodation) positioned in beautiful indigenous landscaped gardens accommodating a total of 60 guests in sharing accommodation. Each unit has a shower; family rooms with bath tubs, coffee/tea making facilities, room safe, hairdryer, flat screen television set with satellite TV programmes and a room turn-down service at night. Wifi is available at certain hotspots around the lodge. All chalets are well positioned amidst rolling lawns and indigenous landscaping in close proximity to the Tshukudu breakfast restaurant, Kingfisher a la carte Restaurant, pool and Tshukudu bar area.
The tame Zebra's, Nyala's and Springbucks residing in the main camp are delighting all guests with their presence and have become a favourite trademark of Mongena.
Early morning and late afternoon guided game drives with experienced rangers take you up close to the best sightings imaginable on our well maintained fleet of safari vehicles in the distinctive African bush. You can expect to see lions, elephants, rhino, buffalo, hippo, crocodile, giraffe, eland, zebra, kudu, wildebeest (Gnu, hartebeest, tsessebe, impala, waterbuck, hyena,warthog, ostrich, jackal and the occasional rare leopard and cheetah.
The rate per person includes all meals, afternoon high tea as well as 2 game activities (guided game drives or sunset cruise). Drinks with meals and Dinokeng Conservation fee is not included.
Rates are inclusive of VAT and a tourism levy, and exclude Dinokeng entrance and conservation levies.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling