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JJust three hours north of Johannesburg lies Fifty Seven Waterberg, a gem nestled in the heart of the Welgevonden Game Reserve. This small sized lodge offers guests a cozy, secluded getaway coupled with absolute tranquility that can only be found in the African bushveld. Owned by WH Leisure Group, the lodge lives up to its five-star status, providing impeccable service that is evident in its personalised approach to its guests. The true appeal of this magnificent establishment lies in its intimate size. Accommodating a maximum of 10 guests at a time, guests are guaranteed exclusivity. The 5 guest suites are furnished to the highest standards and incorporate elements of opulence and earthiness that complement one another beautifully. Each spacious suite comes standard with a king-sized bed and private patio that opens up onto nature’s doorstep. A full bathroom, dressing room and writer’s desk ensures maximum functionality. The intimate feeling of the lodge combines adventure with everything that you need for a comfortable and relaxed stay. The main building offers an infinity pool with viewing decks, boma fireplace, complimentary WIFI and reading nooks. Guests are also given the option of booking the entire lodge for private use. Apart from the traditional game drives, Fifty Seven Waterberg also offers activities such as stargazing and birdwatching. The region boasts in excess of 300 species of birds and the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve was declared an official UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. The lodge is surrounded by 35 000 hectares of unsurpassed natural beauty that is replete with exotic wildlife as well as home to the Big Five, in a malaria free setting and 50 species of mammals.

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