The chalets sleep 4 in two areas, the main area and a separate room. There is also a bathroom, fridge & dining area in the main area of the chalet.
The bathroom was basic, but the water hot.
It was very cold when we were there, about 2-3 Celcius, but the rooms had extra very thick blankets which ensured that we stayed warm through the night. Getting up at 5am was freezing though!
The chalets are spaced well apart, each out of sight of the next, though you can walk through the bush between them if you want to.
There is a restaurant, very small pool (not in use while we were there and covered over) and a shop where you can buy basic food, beer etc.
We arrived too late to go on a game drive in the evening and unfortunately didn't see rhino the next morning. No guarantees, even in a rhino sanctuary!
If, like us, you are part of a small group tour and therefore sharing a chalet with other travellers that you don't know well, be prepared for not much privacy. The walls of the separate room do not reach the roof, so though you can't see your companions, you can hear every snore.More
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