I have another question. How far is this from Jo-berg? How far is it from Victoria falls? Thanks again for any information.
This place looks amazing. My family doesn't ride but would definitely give it a go. My question is really more geared towards the wildlife. Do you see all the animals... elephants, giraffe,lions,ect? Not necessarily on the horse but on the Jeep safari? Thanks for any help.
Please may I ask, I'm a single female 38 years old looking to do sth exciting for my mid life crisis birthday. I've already decided on Wait a Little for one week and in second week thinking of Ant's lodges. Do you think the riding and lodges would suit me? I'm concerned it may not be exciting enough for me? Also the week I'm looking at is half term so risk I'd be lumped in with children? Any guidance gratefully received!
We arrive on Dec 26th...can't wait - just getting ready to pack - what temperature is it at the moment?
Hi my daughter and myself are thinking of going to South Africa November 2017 to celebrate my early retirement and Jenna's 30th birthday. Jenna is a very experienced rider and we stayed at Botliskop last year where she was able to horseback safari. I on the other hand do not ride at all. I know Jenna would have plenty to do but I'm just a little worried about what I would do?
Hi, my partner and I are in our mid- to late-twenties, and we are searching around for nice getaway places (for January) to break free from the City. I really like how you can relax by the pool and take a bath with an amazing view and go for horse rides and see the animals instead of sitting in a car.
My question is: (this may sound stupid) Is this Lodge more suitable for the older generation or will we fit in as a younger couple? One of the reasons why I ask this is because we also want to let loose a bit and maybe have more than only one or two drinks (just enjoy ourselves). But I would completely understand if this Lodge is more for doing day trips and early nights.
I am also in my late-20s, and have always wanted to go on a horseback riding safari. I am a decent rider, but do not have any close friends who ride that are willing to go to South Africa on safari. I was planning on going to South Africa this October, and am debating whether I should try going to Ant's Hill as a single female. It would only be for a few days before meeting up with friends who will be mountain climbing when I am looking at doing my solo trip to Ant's Hill.
My question is- do you think you would have felt safe being at Ant's Hill by yourself?