Located 750m from the Cabanas hotel, the lodge is close to the resorts popular Shebeen and Cultural Village.

Johannesburg - Sun City’s accommodation choices have now been expanded to include the rustic Cabanas Chalets.

Located 750m from the Cabanas hotel, the lodge is close to the resort’s popular Shebeen and Cultural Village.

Owned and operated since 1999 by Kwena Gardens, which included Kwena Chalets and Crocodile Sanctuary, the chalets have now been incorporated into the Sun City fold under the management of Sun International.

The 14 chalets, each accommodating between one and four people, have an African ambience.

The Luxury Chalet offers a king-sized bed, separate living area and en-suite bathroom. The chalets are fully equipped with mini bars, a coffee machine and wi-fi.

Sun City’s managing executive, Mike van Vuuren, says: “The Cabanas Chalets offer holidaymakers to Sun City a new, very special experience. Located securely within the confines of the resort, but neatly tucked away from the bustle, Cabanas Chalets offer guests a serene sanctuary while allowing them easy access to the resort’s facilities and action.”

Sun International’s Sun City remains one of South Africa’s premier lifestyle destinations, drawing over one million visitors each year.

Sun City accommodation options now include the three-star Cabanas hotel and Cabanas Chalets, four-star Sun City Hotel, the five-star Cascades hotel, the super-luxury hotel.

The Palace and self-catering accommodation at the timeshare option, Sun Vacation Club.

The resort offers a wide-ranging selection of over 26 restaurants, family and adrenalin activities and two world-class golf courses.

The Valley of Waves is great for sunbathing and is best known for its wave pool and water slides.

There is also a variety of water sports including jet skiing, parasailing, boat cruises and the jetovator, available at Waterworld at the Cabanas hotel.

Saturday Star