The Dabchick Wildlife Reserve is situated in the Waterberg district of Limpopo Province, South Africa, which is one of the most important conservation and ecotourist areas in the country. The reserve is roughly a two and a half hour drive from the OR Tambo international airport in Johannesburg and is a malaria-free zone. The reserve caters for nature lovers who want to experience the wonders of the African bush, in comfort without the intrusion of modern life.
The luxury tented lodge has a lapa and a swimming pool where guests can relax at any time of the day. A cosy boma provides a venue for boasting about bird sightings and astounding star gazing. All tents have wonderful views, lights, power outlets and en-suite bathrooms with hot water, towels and complimentary toiletries. Power points are also available in the main lapa (lounge and dining room) for charging photographic equipment, phones or laptops (220V). Three different types of tent are available, decorated in different animal themes, at various rates.
A tented bush camp situated under a huge fig tree can accommodate a total of 12 guests in comfortable bush style, with hot shower, toilets, bush lamps and gas cooking.