With the ZAR at an all time low, book NOW at Nabana Lodge

Posted by Magda on Wed January 27, 2016 in Tourism.

If sighting a lion in the wild is on your bucketlist you certainly can make that dream come true....

Whilst the depreciation of the ZAR at 44% against the dollar and 38% against the pound is not good news for South Africans, it creates incredible opportunities for overseas tourist wanting to travel to South Africa. Currently the value of the US Dollar is 16.37 against the ZAR , the Euro, 17.75 , the Australian Dollar, 11.47 and the British Pound a whopping 23.49. In real terms as at 27 January 2016 this means:

Accommodation at Nabana Lodge will cost you from 28 dollars or 20 pounds per day

A 300g rump steak at Thyme restaurant on site at Nabana Lodge is 6.8 dollars or 4.7 pounds

A guided morning/afternoon safari to Kruger National Park 48 dollars  or 34 pounds per person whilst a full day safari will set you back 57 dollars or 40 pounds (including the conservation fee)

A private all inclusive photographic 5 day/4 night safari will cost you 2138 dollars or 1450 pounds per person (max 3 persons)

Extreme outdoor activities where you can choose from white water rafting and quad biking to ziplines and horse trails cost from 27 to 38 dollars per person or 19 to 26 pounds per person

An exhilarating helicopter flip will cost 130 dollars or 95 pounds  per person  for 2 persons

A romantic hot air balloon flight 206 dollars or 143 pounds per person

86 Dollars or 60 pounds per person for a  guided full day tour of the Panorama Route including a  boat trip on the Blyde River

A visit to animal sanctuaries to view orphaned rhino, wild dogs, cheetas and vultures from 28 dollars or 20 pounds per person

Nabana Lodge is ideally situated as a base to explore all the above wonders of the Lowveld area and the Kruger National Park. Thyme Restaurant on site offers hearty meals and a cool vibe in the pub where tourists and locals meet.