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Welcome to Pelican Lodge
The lodge is ideally situated close to the entrance of Nata Sanctuary and it is along the main road 5KM South of Nata Village. With gorgeous, breathtaking vistas as a backdrop, you will come face to face with the abundant creatures of the bush and some of the most spectacular sunsets when staying at Pelican Lodge.
We offer cool thatched standalone chalets as well as family accommodation and a lavish presidential suite. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms, outdoor showers, air-condition, television, fridge, phone, access to Internet and tea/ coffee set. Comfortable positioned for a memorable stay while exploring the beauty of nature. The lodge has a spectacular African map swimming pool with a unique gazebo over looking it. Offering a welcome relief during those hot summer days.
Accommodation at Pelican Lodge this luxiourius lodge has:
24 Single Thatched Bungalows
20 Double Chalets
All Chalets/Bungalows have:
Access to the internet
Presidential rooms with Jacuzzi which gives you a pleasant feeling to your body, massage, telebison, fridge, phone, internet and tea/coffee set.
Food and Drinks at Pelican Lodge Nata:
2 restaurants: boma restaurant which will provide a sumptuous meal and Executive
Bar which will be providing vintage wines and spirits, cocktails on the Terrance overlooking the palm trees.
An inviting swimming pool which will offer relief to those hot summer days. The lodge has a roofed walkway and shaded parking area. Activities like bird watching, watching sundown will be conducted.
Binoculars at the ready, guests are treated to a ramble at Nata Bird Sanctuary. Bird-life is prolific throughout the year and with the diverse vegetation, our experienced guides are not too challenged when it comes to providing tickers with the opportunity to site both the rarely seen and the equally beautiful pelicans within the area. This activity is best undertaken in the early morning or late afternoon and is the perfect 'gap filler' for guests on the move.
Nata sanctuary is part of the Makgadikgadi pans as it is part of Sua Pan which is the largest (approx 252km2) of the three pans which make up the Makgadikgadi Pans. Apart from its spectacular view which interchanges throughout the year. You will also treat your eyes to a wide range of wild animals which include Hippopotamus, Vervet Monkey, Ant Eater, Springbok, Black Backed Jackal, Wildebeest and others.
They is also ample space and facility for various activities which include Quad Biking, Picnics and Braii, away from the animals so as not to disturb them or corrupt their natural habitat
Conference facilities for 200 delegates
Situated at Pelican Lodge and Camping, Nata International Conference Centre is a distinctive convention facility which can host up to 200 people cinema-style and 150 U-shape. It is suited to the needs of both international and local meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions.
Catering for all your business requirements, the Business Centre is located at the unique reception of the Conference Centre offering computer workstations with Internet and e-mail facilities. Whether it is a trade-show, wedding or any kind of banquet our venues, facilities and quality service set us apart.
Prices are staring prices given as a guide only, actual price may vary depending on availability.
A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation with balance payable 10 weeks before your travel date. Bank transfer, credit and debit cards accepted for pre-bookings. Paypal available on request.
Where is Pelican Lodge and Camping?
Pelican Lodge is ideally situated close to the entrance of Nata Sanctuary and it is along the main road 5KM South of Nata Village.
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