Small means intimate…
Merry Christmas and happy New Year from African Trilogy!Reflect on what's been a fabulous year...
As 2019 draws to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on what’s been a fabulous year for us here at African Trilogy, with more guests than ever experiencing our wondeful brand of hospitality at our lodges here in the Greater Kruger and in the Western Cape at our beautiful Fin Whale Beach House.
It’s always a privilege to introduce tourists from all over the world to the amazing experiences of a Big Five safari, and with Nyala Safari Lodge and Nyala Sands we’ve been able to share our passion for the African wilderness this year and ignite that same passion in our wonderful guests. We’re also extremely proud when guests from eKhaya Bush Villa come back from their full-day safaris into the Kruger National Park and their game activities in nearby private reserves having seen amazing animals and experiences the magic that is the wilderness at close quarters.
We’ve shared wonderful stories and have helped to create amazing memories for all those who have come through our doors this year, and we’ve been wonderful ambassadors for our lovely little town – Hoedspruit – and the whole of the amazing Greater Kruger region. We’ve also enabled guests to experience barefoot luxury on one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline South Africa has to offer thanks to Fin Whale Beach House, which has proven the perfect place from which to explore Cape Town and its surrounds.
So here’s wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and fabulous New Year from all of us here at African Trilogy. Thank you for your support throughout the year and we’re looking forward to welcoming you and working with you in 2020!
Speaking of the new year, once the dust of the festive season has settled and the last chorus of “Auld Lang Syne” has been sung, have a chat to us about our amazing safari packages for 2020 and let us make your dream of a Big Five safari a reality!
Time Square, 391 Huilboerboon Street, Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province, South Africa, 1380