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Tau Game Lodge Operating at Full Capacity

Following the fire that swept through Tau Game Lodge in June last year, when it was operating on only 10 rooms for a while, Tau is now operating on its full capacity of 30 rooms per night.

The new Main Lodge overlooks the iconic waterhole and is surrounded by beautiful, lush gardens. It comprises the convivial reception area, with a courtyard that links up with the Restaurant, Lounge and Bar, which services the poolside, designed with tranquil seating decks.

In addition, the lodge now offers a second pool, located next to the recently erected Safari Viewing Lounge, which overlooks the waterhole too, where game in their natural habitat entertain guests in the most spectacular way.

The Cubz Club for younger children is also operational, affording parents quality safari time while the little cubs are entertained and educated about the bush and its many indigenous creatures.

The Conference Centre is open for smaller groups of up to 30 people until Easter 2018, after which further news will be released on full conference and events developments.

Tau is recognised for its contribution to developing eco-friendly safaris whilst also focused on family travel and community-oriented projects.

Known for its hearty cuisine, and don’t think of dieting as the dessert choices will not disappoint either, dietaries are superbly catered for by arrangement.

Book a de-stressing treatment at the Tau Spa Oasis, where superb vistas of the bush through large picture windows in the treatment rooms will not disappoint.

Tau Game Lodge opened its 5-star safari doors in 1995 and has been recognized by South African and international tourism decision-makers, including TripAdvisor, the Automobile Association and World Luxury Hotel Awards for its authentic hospitality, with the ability to constantly update and improve service and eco-friendly initiatives.

Malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve boasts year-round game viewing, including the Big Five and a bird population of over 250 different species.

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