African Trilogy represents Nyala Safaris plus two other exclusive, affiliated properties. Africa Trilogy offers a range of inclusive, affordable tour packages for all discerning visitors to South Africa. Visitors are now able to get the best of both bush and beach by combining a thrilling, authentic African safari with the rich history and unparalleled beauty of Cape Town..
Both the legendary Kruger National Park and iconic city of Cape Town are South Africa’s two leading tourism destinations and we as African Trilogy offer three outstanding properties in these incredible places – Nyala Safaris (Nyala Safari Lodge and Nyala Sands), eKhaya Bush Villa and Fin Whale Beach House.
Our packages are tailor-made to fit individual requirements and are aimed at introducing you to the very best South Africa has to offer, whether you are a first-time visitor or a regular to our shores…
Nyala Safari Lodge
Nyala Safari Lodge is a secluded oasis of tranquillity set amongst ancient Jackal-berry and Scotia trees on the banks of the Mohlabetsi River in South Africa’s Mohlabetsi South Nature Reserve, located deep in the heart of Balule Private Game Reserve and part of the legendary Greater Kruger National Park. Our facilities have been designed to offer you everything to make your African safari experience exceptional, from our fully equipped kitchen where meals are lovingly prepared for you to our indoor and outdoor dining areas, our cosy lounge and bar and our tempting splash pool surrounded by beautiful shade trees and rolling green lawn, all overlooking the seasonal Mohlabetsi, whose name means “sweet waters”. Services include self-catering (whole camp basis) or fully catered, with 2 exciting game drives per day.
Nyala Safari Lodge consists of five thatched chalets, known as rondavels, designed in the traditional way and can accommodate 10 guests comfortably at any one time. Constructed to be refreshingly cool in summer and warm in winter, the décor is designed to echo the wonderful colours and textures of the bushveld, with a hint of a bygone era.
Located on the banks of the seasonal Mohlabetsi River a short drive from Nyala Safari Lodge, Nyala Sands is the perfect retreat for extended families and groups of friends. The lodge has been likened to a family home, with its spacious and well-equipped kitchen at its heart. It’s here that the staff will prepare sumptuous meals for you throughout your stay, offering you the opportunity to dine in style, either inside or al-fresco style, outside on the deck. A well-stocked bar offers you the chance to sample a range of beverages, from the virtually traditional pre-dinner gin and tonic to a range of fine South African wines and locally brewed craft beer. Services include self-catering (whole camp basis) or fully catered, with 2 exciting game drives per day.
Nyala Sands chalets are tucked beneath a lush, shady canopy of trees, each with private decks overlooking the river and connected by raised walkways to our communal lounge and dining areas, a plunge pool and an expansive viewing deck – the perfect spot for pre-dinner drinks round a roaring log fire.
Fin Whale Beach House
Offering Luxury Accommodation 40 mins from Cape Town, with a plethora of activities to experience this iconic destination. Fin Whale Beach House offers stylish simplicity – a splendid family friendly beach house, newly renovated and furnished with everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Just a short walk over the dunes to the white sands of the famous Long Beach. Enjoy spectacular sea and mountain views. Located in the up-market Klein Slangkop security estate with a wonderful holiday ambiance. 4 Bedrooms and 4 Bathrooms.
The spacious open plan living areas are tastefully decorated and include a lounge with TV and beautiful wood fireplace, dining area with a table seating 8, fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances and daybed, sun room with comfortable sofa, indoor barbeque and dining table. The living areas lead to the pool and outdoor bar.
Time Square, 391 Huilboerboom Street, Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province, South Africa, 1380