Saturday, September 18, 2010

Chandelier Game Lodge & Ostrich Show Farm – Oudtshoorn

Chandelier Game Lodge & Ostrich Show Farm – Oudtshoorn

Chandelier Game Lodge & Ostrich Show Farm is located just 7km from the Klein Karoo town of Oudtshoorn. The farm is easily accessible, next to the N12 (Route 62), and is an ideal base from which to explore the Garden Route as well as the Klein Karoo and Route 62

Chandelier Game Lodge & Ostrich Show Farm offer accommodation, a venue for weddings and conferences and a variety of activities.

Accommodation – Oudtshoorn

A unique feature of Chandelier is the luxury en suite tented accommodation offering a unique bush experience in the Oudtshoorn area. The tented chalets are placed on wooden decks in the bush and great care has been taken to assure privacy and unique views.

Wedding Venue at Chandelier, Oudtshoorn

Chandelier offers a unique wedding venue in the Oudtshoorn district. The wedding chapel is nestled under the 100 year old peppertrees in a beautiful garden overlooking a tranquil lake.
The Kings Mask Restaurant can seat up to 140 guests around a spacious dance floor, has an intimate atmosphere and is fully licensed.

Ostrich tour in Oudtshoorn
Visitors can enjoy Chandelier’s famous ostrich show and riding! You also get the opportunity to stand on the strong ostrich eggs, hold the cute chicks and enjoy ostrich riding. An ostrich tour is a must to include in your itinerary when visiting Oudtshoorn.

Oudtshoorn Game drives
Game viewing is an unforgettable experience at Chandelier! Chandelier hosts 24 species on the 3500ha reserve near Ousthoorn. Spot the majestic leopard, or Sable Antelope, Kudu, Waterbuck, Lechwe, Bontebok or the Giraffe during a game drive in a Land Cruiser. Quad bike safaris are also offered for game drives.

Sundowner Bush Dinner at Chandelier Game Lodge
The ‘Sundowner bush dinner’ at Chandelier Game Lodge, starts 1 hour before sunset, with a late afternoon game drive to the mountain "lapa". Here guests are spoilt on sundowners and a variety of snacks, against the backdrop of an exquisite sunset over the Swartberg Mountain range. The three course “bush dinner” consists of a variety of snacks, as well as ostrich, venison/game – (like kudu & springbok), chicken and vegetables. Trained guides lead the star gazing of the Southern Hemisphere skies.Coffee and traditional ‘koeksisters’ will be the final farewell before we go on a night game drive with spotlights. Trained rangers know the hiding spots of the game and will escort you on an unforgettable night drive to view the behaviors of the ‘creatures of the night’.

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