Mpumalanga: Stay for Two, Including Meals and a Cruise at Hulala Lakeside Lodge
- Includes a four-course dinner and breakfast daily, with a Sundowner Cruise
- Suites overlook the lake
- Pedaloes and canoes available for hire
- Close proximity to Kruger National Park, God’s Window and other attractions on the Panorama Route
- Special rates available for game drives into Kruger National Park
Reservation: Reservation required: 013 764 1893 or email@example.com. All bookings must be made within 7 working days of purchase – no refunds thereafter. Groupons will be redeemed once the booking has been confirmed.
Policies: 100% cancellation fee applies after bookings have been confirmed. Rescheduling of a booking provided the change is made one week prior to arrival – subject to availability. Amendment fee of R250 per reservation change. Sundowner Cruise is weather permitting. Child fee to be paid directly to Hulala Lodge. Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 11:00.
Exclusions: Excludes long weekends and public holidays. All meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.
Situated on the shores of the Da Gama Lake, the tranquil Hulala Lakeside Lodge is located in the most beautiful part of the Lowveld, close to White River, Hazyview, the Panorama Route and the Kruger National Park.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R1 005 for a one-night weekday stay for two
- Pay R2 316 for a two-night stay for two
- Pay R3 081 for a three-night stay for two
- Pay R3 840 for a four-night stay for two
Including a four-course dinner, breakfast daily and a sundowner cruise
The Hotel at a Glance
A tranquil retreat on the shores of the Da Gama Lake, Hulala Lakeside Lodge offers rustic and comfortable home-away-from-home accommodation for travellers weary of the hustle and bustle. With a fleet of two man canoes, peddle boats and rowing boats available for guests looking to enjoy the peace and quiet out on the lake, and a Boma on the water’s edge, the Lodge invites utter relaxation – anglers can also take advantage of the bass boats. Home to seven species of Kingfisher, Egyptian Geese, African Jacana and the elusive Narina Trogan, as well as hundreds of White Fronted Bee-Eaters nesting in the embankment, the Lodge is a nature-lover’s paradise. When not kicking back and relaxing, guests can also enjoy a mixture between croquet and golf on the 9-hole “golf” course.
- Extensive breakfast menu served on the terrace or in the restaurant
- Pub lunches served at the pool or under the trees alongside the impressive Rock Inn Bar
- Feathers Restaurant offers a romantic fine-dining experience
- Fleet of two man canoes, peddle boats, rowing boats and bass boats for the anglers
- 9-hole "golf" course – a mixture between croquet and golf
- Boma on the water’s edge of the sparkling swimming pool
With magnificent views overlooking the lake, the 28 tastefully decorated suites offer ideal relaxation for the discerning traveller.
- Satellite TV and tea and coffee making facilities
- King-sized beds
- Lounge area with comfortable chairs and coffee table
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Mpumalanga
Home to the Kruger National Park - the biggest and best National Park in South Africa – and offering some of the best bird watching locations in the world, Mpumalanga offers something to please even the most jaded of travellers.
Wildlife lovers are spoilt for choice with the Kruger National Park, Croc River Enviro Park – the largest reptile park in Africa – and the wide variety of luxury game lodges and day trips to spot the oft-spoken of Big 5. The Jane Goodall Institute Chimpanzee Eden and Lowveld Botanical Garden also allow for nature-lovers to get their fix. Travellers can also visit Sudwala Caves – the oldest known caves in the world – as well as Sudwala Dinosaur Park.
Those looking for a touch of adrenaline can enjoy everything from action sports like indoor action soccer, hockey, cricket or netball, to white water rafting, while Emnotweni Casino offers a less physical type of rush. Riverside Golf Park is available for golf-enthusiasts.
Home to a wide range of restaurants, art galleries, museums as well as Anvil Ales Brewery, the Birds of Prey and Rehabilitation Centre and the Lydenburg Museum – home to the famous iron-age terracotta Lydenburg Heads – there’s something for everyone in Mpumalanga. The nearby Verloren Velei Nature Reserve is also home to more than 150 bird species and best known as a breeding retreat for the wattled crane and is one of the few places in South Africa where you can see all three crane species – Wattled, Crowned and Blue.