Lepogo Lodges’ Noka Camp announced its brand new family villa this week. Picture: supplied.
Lepogo Lodges’ Noka Camp announced its brand new family villa this week. Picture: supplied.

LOOK: Noka Camp's new villa is family goals

By Clinton Moodley Time of article published Feb 4, 2021

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Lepogo Lodges’ Noka Camp unveiled a brand new, two-bedroom family villa this week. Noka Camp, located within the 50 000-hectare, malaria-free Lapalala Wilderness Reserve in Limpopo where the big five roam, is among Africa’s few entirely not-for-profit high-end safari lodges.

The new family villa is set over 385m² and sleeps up to five people. Perched atop a 100ft cliff overlooking the winding Palala River, travellers will be mesmerised by the stunning views and privacy.

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The residence comprises of a master and a children’s suite with en-suite bathrooms, a spacious family living area, three outdoor decking areas and an infinity pool.

Noka Camp consists of five stilted villas, with the entire property built on small concrete pads. The villas are joined by the main lodge that boasts a dining room, bar, lounge area and outdoor terrace. The camp is entirely off-grid, with all energy self-generated by a bespoke, 250m solar walkway.

There's plenty of activities to keep children entertained, from

fun-filled treasure hunts, bush baking, pottery making, trinket crafting, bush painting, jewellery making and more.

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Boating, fishing, frogging and river swimming are available for guests at Palala River. There is also the game drives where travellers can spot 60 mammal species. Lead by an in-house expert ranger, guests can expect to spot rhino, lion, cheetah, buffalo, elephant and over 300 different bird species inhabiting the reserve.

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Parents who are looking for some private time away from their children can enjoy a range of spa treatments in the privacy of their villa, restorative open-air yoga or gym session.

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