Situated on the shores of the Da Gama Lake, this tranquil retreat is located in the most beautiful part of the Lowveld, close to White River, Hazyview, the Panorama Route and the Kruger National Park.
Choose from these options:
- R1 005 for a one-night midweek stay for two
- R2 316 for a two-night anytime stay for two
- R3 081 for a three-night anytime stay for two
- R3 840 for a four-night anytime stay for two
In a Garden or Lake Suite including breakfast, a four-course dinner (daily) and a sundowner cruise
Hotel at a Glance
Just a three-and-a-half hour drive from Johannesburg, Hulala Lakeside Lodge offers accommodation with views of the Da Gama Lake. Dine from an extensive breakfast menu served on the terrace or in the restaurant. A delicious pub lunch is served at the pool or under the trees alongside the Rock Inn Bar. As the sun goes down, enjoy a cocktail in the lounge before entering the romantic Feathers Restaurant for a fine dining experience.
- Swimming pool
- Walking trails
- Hire of Canoes and Pedaloes
- Restaurant and bar on-site
- Conference centre
- Curio shop
Each of the 28 suites has a magnificent view overlooking the lake. Each tastefully decorated suite comprises a bedroom, bathroom-en suite, a lounge area complete with a wood-burning fireplace and its own private patio.
- Private patio
- Satellite TV
- Tea and coffee making facilities
What to do in Hazyview
Hulala Lakeside Lodge is close to the small towns of Hazyview and Sabie, which are used as jumping-off points to visit the region’s game reserves, most notably, the Kruger National Park. Other than the usual outdoor activities like walking, birdwatching, game drives and swimming, visitors can choose to play a game of golf, with three golf courses within a five kilometre range of Hazyview, or visit one of the waterfalls near Sabie. About nine kilometres outside Sabie is the Sabie Trout Angling Club, which manages trout fishing waters considered by many a flyfisher to be a highly desirable river fishing venue in Mpumalanga. 4x4 enthusiasts head off-road into the plantations of Komatiland and Global Forest Products, which have granted rights to conduct exclusive 4x4 self-drive eco-safaris through their plantations and forests in the Sabie area.