Nahakwe Lodge has 19 stand alone, en-suite rooms, each sleeping two people. The central facilities include a large restaurant with lounge & pub, a craft shop, conference facility, pool and party lapa.
Nahakwe Lodge is ideally situated for tourists wishing to explore the Ribola Art Route, the artistic centre of Limpopo Province. It is also within an easy drive for visiting the salt harvesters at Baleni, the famous Modjadji Cycad reserve and the adventure-filled Magoebaskloof area.
Business travellers to this area now have comfortable and well-appointed facilities for overnight accommodation, and a central point for meets and conferences.
Double bed, en-suite with bath, shower & toilet, TVs tea & coffee tray, outside veranda.
2 x ¾ beds, en-suite with bath, shower & toilet, TV, tea & coffee tray, outside veranda.
24-hour Security, Bar, Battery Charging Facilities, Communal Dining, Conference Centre, Eco Friendly, Meal on Request, Mobile Connectivity, Pool, Restaurant, Secure Parking
Air Conditioning, Balcony / Deck, Bath, Detached Private Bathroom, Electrical Outlets, En-Suite, Hair Dryer, Internet Access (Paid), Pure Cotton Linen, Satellite / Cable Television, Shower, Tea / Coffee, Television, Verandah
Babysitting Service, Credit Card
Crafters and artists on the Elim Art routeare 30 minutes away. Meet and engage with artists of the calibre of Thomas Kubayi, the Twananani Co-Operative & Mukumbani Pottery Co-operative. They are inviting and lovely to meet and very happy to discuss their wares. For guests who don't have the time to visit artists at their homes/studios, the Nahakwe Lodge craft shop has a fascinating range of local art and craft available for sale.
Join Thomas Kubayi for a full day workshop in traditional carving techniques – 45 minutes from the Lodge. This world-renowned wood carver is generous with his knowledge and will teach even those who start with no carving skills.
The local Mamaila Bar Lounge is host to one of the biggest out-door moruba boards in use in Limpopo. Guests wanting to learn to play this mancala-type game can ask the Lodge to arrange a friendly local expert to coach them.
For those who are interested in sewing, Mamaila shops and sewing co-operative offer a remarkable opportunity to learn the techniques and colour-matches that make the traditional attire of the Sepedi, Bolubedu and Tsonga so famous. Hands-on lessons can be arranged, and shopping expeditions to purchase a range of local fabric become part of the experience.
Old traditions around dance, beadwork and cooking of speciality foods are all practiced in the local area. Nahakwe Lodge can arrange for guests to participate and learn from the community experts.
Explore the world-famous Modjadji Cycad Reserve, 80kms from the Lodge. Popularly known as the 'Garden of the Rain Queen' the Modjadji Cycad reserve is home to a unique range of indigenous cycads, some as tall as 13 metres. A network of paths through the cycad forest offers the visitor an extraordinary opportunity to see both the cycads, as well as excellent birdlife.
For those looking for adrenalin-pumping activities, Nahakwe is 100kms from the Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours, and a range of other outdoor adventures in Magoebaskloof.
An à la carte on site for both guests as well as outside visitors. Available for group as well as individual catering