Five Dinokeng favourites
go! - South Africa|April 2020
The Big Five just an hour north of Gauteng? You bet! Dinokeng Game Reserve, easily accessible via the N1, is the perfect quick fix for wildlife fans. Here are five highlights.

1. Unplug and relax at Tranquillity Spa Lodge

Ever looked at animals frolicking in a waterhole with a touch of envy? At Tranquillity you can perform the human version: Hop in the pool, park off with your sundowner and watch the wild animals gather at the waterhole across from the swimming pool. There are six luxury chalets, three smaller mini chalets and six campsites, also suitable for caravans. Only the campsite is for self-caterers, other guests eat at the restaurant. Their spa facilities are excellent. tranquillityspalodge.co.za

2. Campers’ paradise at Willem’s Rus

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