Book 3 Nights at Marataba Safari or Trails Lodge and Get 2 Nights Free in Cape Town!

Want to experience one of Southern Africa’s best kept safari secrets and get a free stay at one of Cape Town’s most stylish accommodations? Right now, when you book three nights at Marataba Safari Lodge or Marataba Trails Lodge, you’ll get two free nights in Cape Town in a luxury apartment at  More Quarters or standard room at the Cape Cadogan.

marataba trails lodge

Marataba Trails is specially designed for two- and three-night walking safaris. It’s situation in a valley against the Waterberg Mountains gives it access to areas that cannot be reached by vehicle.

Marataba is located on a 57,000-acre private reserve within South Africa’s Marakele National Park. Set within the shadows of the iconic Waterberberg Massif, the lodges marry jaw-dropping scenery with world-class wildlife viewing, including opportunities to encounter the legendary Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and both black and white rhino), as well as cheetah, spotted and brown hyena, greater kudu, impala, giraffe, zebra, waterbuck and more than 400 bird species.

Then it’s off to Cape Town for your free two-night stay in one of The Mother City’s most charming boutique hotels. More Quarters is situated in the heart of one of the city’s hippest neighborhoods at the base of Table Mountain. The Cape Cadogan is located in a refurbished early 19th century Georgian and Victorian building and offers personalized service in an elegant atmosphere.

Cape Cadogan Cape Town

More Quarters is a collection of historic architectural gems right off of vibey Kloof Street.

This offer is valid from January 12th to December 17th, 2015 and from January 4th to 10th, 2016. Free nights must be booked within the same itinerary and for the same guests. Other restrictions may apply.

Email info@isafari.com or call 1-800-543-8917
to speak with one of our Safari Specialists today
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