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Amanzingwe Lodge & Conference Centre is located within the boundaries of the world-renowned Cradle of Humankind UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Amanzingwe Lodge & Conference Centre in the Hartebeespoort area offers 5-star conferencing and 4-star luxury accommodation in wonderful surroundings.
The thatched conference centre, decorated with African themes, has 3 high-tech conference rooms. When combined they can cater for 212 delegates cinema-style. Its largest room caters for 100 delegates cinema-style. A boardroom catering for meetings of 16 people is also available.
The conference centre offers computer connection points, data projectors, a stereo sound system, electronically operated screens, remote control air conditioning, wireless Internet access, digital satellite access, and indoor and outdoor refreshment areas.
Amanzingwe also offers a wide variety of team building adventures. Guests can enjoy zip lining, drumming, paintball, a climbing wall, archery, mind games, murder mystery dinners, a sunset cruise, hot air balloon safaris, survival challenges, quad biking, GPS orientation, "amazing races" and a mini "Grand Prix".
The lodge offers 42 luxury units, 4 family units and 2 super luxury units. The 42 luxury units sleep 2 and have baths, showers, minibars, wall safes and ceiling fans. Some have wooden decks, while others have outside patios. The lodge can cater for 102 guests in shared accommodation and 48 guests in single accommodation.
Conference delegates can enjoy lunches and dinners at a variety of venues – from the conference pool and conference bar loft to the Impala Restaurant or the Hide Away and Waterbok function venues.
The Waterbok overlooks the spectacular Magalies mountain range, and comfortably seats 180 guests at round tables. It's perfect for gala dinners. It has a dance floor, buffet area, private bar and space to accommodate a live band,
The Hide Away is a stunning bushveld venue, offering a more intimate experience.
For those who want to get involved in Amanzingwe’s social responsibility efforts, Amanzingwe has initiated a school feeding programme that feeds 131 children daily.