White Lion Lodge – a wilderness retreat

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An African Oasis that will take you back in time, reigniting your senses and reintroducing you to a wonderful world, filled with culture, history, topography, geology and biodiversity that will keep you wanting more…

The White Lion Lodge is located at the foot of the towering Warmwaterberg Mountains, a canvas painted with a palette of various shades of brown and orange. The colours become even more vibrant with the sunrise and sunset – captivating of all your senses.

A Karoo Wilderness retreat on the Route 62, offering a unique nature and wildlife experience only three hours out of Cape Town. The privately-owned White Lion Lodge is situated on the Sanbona Reserve, and offers a unique wildlife and nature experience that tantalises ones adventure senses and is known for the vastness of the landscape, and the alluring stillness and isolation amid raw beauty and boundless plains that make Sanbona unique – all of which is an enticing draw point for the guests at White Lion Lodge.

The five-star wildlife reserve as it is named, instead of ‘game reserve’, is home to a diverse variety of wildlife, flora and fauna. The nature-drive experience is unlike any other, as they draw your attention to not only the animals occupying the land, but also offer an educational aspect whereby they teach you all about the biodiversity and history of the reserve.

The White Lion Lodge team, and their experienced game ranger, go to the utmost heights to ensure you have the opportunity to view and, indeed, get close to these wild animals. If you’re fortunate enough, you may even spot the elusive leopard, which was only recently spotted for the first time in around six years.

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