Awake to the sounds of the African bush veld as the sun makes its appearance on the horizon bringing with it the prospect of another perfect day. Eco friendly Pumba, a proud member of the Green Leaf Conservation Initiative, is set in the malaria-free Eastern Cape and provides an intimate African safari experience never to be forgotten.
The reserve is home to Africa’s Big Five as well as rare white lion, hippo, hyena, cheetah, giraffes, various antelope and more than 300 bird species. Feel the heartbeat of nature as you explore the reserve in custom landrovers or on guided walking safaris.
Water Lodgeoffers waterfront chalets overlooking Lake Cariega whileBush Lodgeis set on a floodplain with scenic mountain views offering luxury thatch and glass chalets. All Chalets open onto private game viewing decks boasting plunge pools and outdoor showers. The indulgent bathrooms offer free-standing tubs and double basins, and each room is fitted with an earthenware fireplace. Whether dining indoors or under the starlit sky, meals at Pumba are simply sublime.
Enjoy African fusion cuisine with an Eastern Cape flair complemented by a superb selection of local wines from our Director’s Cellar. Revitalise body and mind in the Soul Spa or enjoy a workout in the glass enclosed gym at Msenge Bush Lodge. Other activities include bird watching, bass fishing, stargazing, archery as well as nearby horse riding and golf. An hour from Port Elizabeth and 15 minutes from Grahamstown. WiFi. TGCSA 5-star Lodge.
Pumba has recently been recognised by Somak Holidays as one of the Top 5 Safari Destinations in Africa. Kaleidoscope Travel, which is a travel portal with integrated luxury travel content that brings together travel stories, local insight and travel tips for their audience of readers has recognised Pumba as a world class safari destination. Read full article here. So what are you waiting for? Come and see for yourself.
Pumba Water Lodge, set amongst dense bushveld overlooking Lake Kariega, offers 12 stone walled, thatched chalets leading off into meandering timber footpaths.View the full Gallery