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Qambathi Mountain Lodge
Luxury Birding weekend
Come and enjoy 2 nights with bird guide Craig at Qambathi Mountain Lodge, in the Kamberg. It’s going to be a weekend of fun, ticking as many birds as we can find.
Time & Location
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Qambathi Mountain Lodge , Kamberg Valley, Drakensberg, Highmoor, 3300, South Africa
About the Event
From only R4990 per person Sharing (King Room /or Twin) in our Lodge rooms or
R5350 per Person Sharing (King Room /or Twin) in our Luxury Garden Suites
Prefer your own suite, no problem, only R7990 in our Lodge room or R8500 in our Garden Suite
- 2 nights luxury accommodation at Qambathi Mountain Lodge.
- Full la a carte breakfast
- Lunch on Arrival
- Picnic Lunch on Saturday on Location
- Friday Evening Braai
- Saturday Evening - Good Food & Wine Show. Enjoy a 5 course dinner presented live by our head chef, joined by our wine master Mendoza who will guide you with a wine pairing of each course.
- Yoga session with Nadia
- Sundowers with Local Beer tasting
- Guided Birding with Craig Widdows at Qambathi, Kamberg and Highmoor Nature Reserves. Look out for some of our favourites such as the Bush Black Cap and the Bearded Vulture.
Qambathi Mountain Lodge is a naturalist’s paradise set in the Drakensberg foothills. The gardens and reserve alone boasts nearly 50 species of birds. Much of its charm lies in its use of indigenous plants, and in the way informal corners are allowed to regenerate naturally. Much of the landscape is grassland, noted for its spring flowers, where mountain reedbuck, Blesbok, Oribi, Bushbuck, Zebra and troops of baboons live. This is cisticola country, where listening skills are tested.
Suitable for both complete beginners and for those who know a lot more. Although birds get the greatest emphasis, trees, flowers, geology and anything else in the countryside gets due attention.
Your Guide, ‘Craig is an ecologist with a passion for nature and wildlife. He has been an avid birder since the age of five and recently completed his Birding Big Year with his wife and two children (ages 3 and 5). Craig and his family managed to see 702 bird species in South Africa during 2021.’
Best to bring your own, good pair of Binoculars.
Only 10 spots available so book now to avoid disappointment.