Luxury property owner and management company Extraordinary has launched its exclusive-use luxury villa in Limpopo’s Greater Mabula Private Game Reserve.
Located only two-and-a-half hours’ drive from Johannesburg in the Waterberg, Kingfisher Villa offers an exclusive and elegant bush getaway for family and friends to come together and enjoy a private safari experience. An airstrip on the reserve caters to those preferring to fly in.
Ideal for multi-generational family groups and high-net-worth guests travelling in a group, Kingfisher Villa ensures the highest level of concierge-style service at every touch point, allowing guests the freedom and flexibility to design their own day, from breakfast through to safari activities and dinner.
Exclusive, personalised service is available in the form of a private chef and butler, and meals can be served whenever guests wish, day or night.
Featuring sophisticated décor and fine furnishings, renowned, award-winning interior designer Esley Georgiou has created comfortable spaces that are distinctly African, taking inspiration from the beautiful natural surroundings and harnessing the expansive views with floor-to-ceiling windows.
In addition to its prime location overlooking the Mvubu Dam, Kingfisher Villa features five luxury suites, a rim flow pool, a boma, a state-of-the-art entertainment centre and Wi-Fi throughout the villa. The most unique touch is undoubtedly the swings made for two on the wooden deck, suspended from the high thatched ceiling.
Guests staying at Kingfisher Villa have the flexibility of a private safari vehicle and personal guide, allowing them to explore on their own schedule up to 120 square kilometres of African bush, home to rhino, lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo, as well as cheetah and wild dog, in addition to more than 300 bird species.
The Greater Mabula Private Game Reserve has been involved in numerous conservation projects, including the introduction of a pack of breeding wild dogs in the Waterberg. With this species being among the most endangered mammals in the world, the reserve allows guests the unique privilege of encountering them in their natural habitat. A variety of other activities are also available on-site from hot-air ballooning to horse riding, quad biking or taking part in some of the conservation activities on the reserve.