Sobhengu Lodge


Sobhengu Lodge offers guests the opportunity to indulge in solitude at its thatched, self-catering chalets. Built above a sand forest, the chalets are hidden among trees and connected by raised wooden walkways. The resort is perched on the peninsula of Lake St Lucia with exhilarating views of the lake.

About the resort: South Africa is famed for five World Heritage Sites, but the most impressive of all is the Greater St Lucia Wetland. Millions of years of gentle abrasion by wind and water has painstakingly moulded a unique landscape, which harbours the most sensitive and diverse flora and fauna within its myriad of ecosystems. The opportunity to luxuriate in a mosaic of land forms ranging from savannah through to wetland and ocean is truly rare. What better way to appreciate the beauty of nature than at Sobhengu Lodge. Perched on the Peninsula of Lake St Lucia, the lodge offers guests a chance to indulge in solitude at its unique, self-catering chalets. Built above a sand forest, the chalets are hidden among trees and connected by raised wooded walkways. This is complemented by the exhilarating views of Lake St Lucia (guests should check on the level of the lake). From Sobhengu’s private boma, guests are afforded the opportunity to take a glimpse of the birds and wildlife. For the more adventurous, hiking and quad biking trails abound, providing guests with the opportunity to closely inspect the remains of fossilized flora and fauna dating back six million years. Unit information Individual self-catering lodges have been built above a sand forest rich in birdlife, hidden amongst the tress and connected by raised wooden walkways, which will make every trip to your luxury lodge an adventure. Each lodge has a private boma/braai where you can dine under the African skies. Untis 101,102,103,104,109,110,111,112 have DSTV Hotel package. General Information: Please note the reception is at Nibela Lodge and he hours are 07:00 to 21:30 There is tuck shop that only sells the basics. Please ensure that you bring enough supplies for the duration of your stay. Please do not remove fossils found on the property. Please confine cigarette smoking and the lighting of fires to designated areas. There is a swimming pool at the resort and remember that swimming in the lake is prohibited. Guests from Sobhengu Lodge are welcome to eat at the restaurant at Nibela Lake Lodge. Should you wish to eat at the restaurant please ensure that reservations are made well in advance at the Nibela reception. Peninsula has been declared a malaria free zone. However, visitors are advised to consult their doctor with regards to taking anti-malarial medication, especially during late summer and early autumn seasons.The closest hospital is in Richards Bay.

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