Accommodation & Itinerary shortlist incorporating the interest: Burnout

These stays are ideal for those that are extremely tired. You can expect to find a still & quiet environment. All meals are offered on their premises or close by at a restaurant; so you don’t have to cook! Some also offer laundry facilities so that you don’t have to worry about this either. Your focus is to rest, relax, recuperate and revitalize and these venues set the tone for this…

This shortlist includes ALL properties and itineraries in South Africa & Namibia (with reference to your chosen interest). For a specific AREA/ TOWN search, please click here…

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Inverdoorn Lodge (&Cape Cheetah Conservation)

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R356, Sutherland Road Farm, Ceres-Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa

Inverdoorn, home to the Cape Cheetah Rehabilitation programme, offers once-in-a-lifetime authentic experiences: Top class, genuine Karoo hospitality in beautiful accommodation, educational game drives in the open veldt and some opportunities to get up close and personal with a number of wildlife…

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Wellness, Wildlife, Wine & Wonderful Food (± 11 nights)

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If you are looking for a little taste of EVERYTHING, UNIQUE and EXTRAORDIANRY…, then choose this holiday! You will experience South African Wildlife, Award-Winning Wines with Traditional Gourmet Cuisine…. and for desert, we offer you the opportunity to be spoiled & pampered like a king & queen under the competent hands of well trained Spa [...]

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Naries Namakwa Retreat

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27km Outside Springbok (N7) towards Kleinzee (R355), Namaqualand, Northern Cape, South Africa

Situated in the heart of semi-desert Namaqualand, most people say they will drive and fly across continents to visit Naries again and again. Your stay promises all the great things in life: quality, comfort, wonderful food and warm-hearted hospitality. Naries has several surprises in store for you… We highly recommend staying in the most amazing Namakwa Mountain Suites or in the Manor House…

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