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My husband and I stayed at Itaga for 3 nights and its an experience that I will forever cherish. The manager, Henk welcomed us at the driveway to take our bags to the room. We were treated like royalty through out our stay. Our room...More
Stayed here for two nights. The drive through Mabalingwe Reserve to get to the lodge was satisfying enough. Rooms were clean and comfortable however, rains through to the entrance door of the unit, also leaving the seating area wet and exposed. The afternoon tea was...More
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My husband and I stayed mid-week at Itaga in mid-January for 3 nights. We had a fantastic time and hope to return again in future.
Itaga is just over an hour drive from the capital city Pretoria in a malaria-free area. Located in the greater...More
My wife and I spent 5 days at Itaga. This is the second time I have been to this camp and really love the staff, the camp but especially the food.
The meals were absolutely wonderful, carefully planned, well plated and delicious.
The staff, Henk,...More
We spent 4 days at the lodge....way too short, although we felt like we had a 2 week holiday afterwards.
The service is impeccable and without fault. The staff is very professional...but not stuffy. They are aware if your requirements before you are without hovering...More
Itaga is quite exclusive so not much forr kids to do there. Your game drives and pool is about all there is but you have Mabalingwe Nature Reserve right there which you have access to . You would have to drive there though.
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"Room 8 has an outside shower and a private porch viewing the bush"