Much to do on Kruger’s historic farm

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iol travel march 10  Kedar_Spa_Tret_Room_Entrance_2 resize . Kedar's spa overlooks a natural wetland allowing guests to take in the breathtaking natural surroundings.

Boekenhoutfontein, North West - Kedar Country Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa is on Boekenhoutfontein in North West, historic farm of former president Paul Kruger. Stretching over 486 hectares, it has been game-fenced and populated with a variety of game and prolific birdlife.

Guests can enjoy a range of activities including game drives, guided walks and fishing. Kedar’s spa overlooks a natural wetland allowing guests to take in the breathtaking natural surroundings.

The spa uses products and treatments crafted out of indigenous African herbs and oils. A variety of treatments are offered, including massages, aromatherapy and reflexology. Kedar’s culinary experience celebrates Africa and its history.

The Armoury restaurant serves traditional South African fare and offers diners a visual history of the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902.

The Heroes Bar, set in indigenous gardens, provides the perfect spot to enjoy a sundowner while watching the sunset, and the Boma offers traditional South African cooking under the stars, over an open fire.

Kedar is 90 minutes’ drive from Joburg and Pretoria and only 15 minutes from Sun City and the Pilanesberg Game Reserve.

Members get a 35 percent discount subject to availability, excluding long weekends and peak periods, valid until the end of June. Terms and conditions apply, errors and omissions excepted. - Saturday Star

l Reservations at [email protected] Quote reference STAR0803 when booking. For more information, please contact 011 950 6000 or visit www.recreationafrica.co.za.

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