Abelana River Lodge
Corporate Events

Corporate Events with a Twist – A Boardroom in the Bush

Abelana River Lodge is an idyllic destination for corporate groups who need a break from the bustle, while keeping up with ‘business as usual’.

Instead of tucking executive groups into stuffy meeting rooms, you enjoy your boardroom in the wide open spaces of the lodge deck, overlooking the Selati River just a stone’s throw away.

Be revitalized by fresh air, sounds of nature and the exceptional service of a luxury safari lodge – Abelana River Lodge’s Boardroom in the Bush will stir creativity, create calm and restore camaraderie within your team.

Book your corporate event of up to 10 single guests, or 20 sharing, and your stay will include:

  • Luxury accommodation with views of the river
  • All meals, teas and coffees
  • Two safari activities daily, with sundowner stops in the bush
  • Exclusive service
  • A blissful boardroom beneath iconic rock fig trees and African skies

Find out more about our corporate event stays:

061 952 4302
info@abelanagamereserve.com

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Additional Information

Arrival/Departure

As guest vehicles are not permitted to drive on the reserve it is important that you plan your trip to arrive at the relevant gate at or close to specific times. This is particularly important to ensure that you can participate in all safari activities on the day of your arrival.

Arrival/Check in time: 14h00
Departure/Check out time: 11h00

What to Bring

A range of clothing in neutral colours such as khaki, green or brown, including shorts and T-shirts, a pair of long trousers and long sleeve shirts, comfortable, closed walking shoes (for bush walks and in winter when it is cooler in the mornings and evenings), sandals or flip flops and swimming costumes. A hat is essential. Bright colours that stand out are inadvisable.

A jacket and jersey/fleece are necessary on cold days and particularly in the colder winter months from May to September.

Other useful items to bring on safari include a small torch with batteries, sunscreen, insect repellent, cameras, binoculars and any personal medication. The camp does have a basic first aid kit.

Safety and Health

Abelana is a relatively low risk malaria area and malaria is a treatable disease, but as a precaution guests are strongly advised to consult with a doctor prior to travel to establish what malaria medication to take and when to commence any course.

Guests are requested to ensure they have adequate travel insurance to cover emergencies, cancellations, evacuation and hospitalisation as well as loss of any personal items.

Abelana is a remote area with potentially dangerous wild animals present. This is part of its attraction. All safaris are led by expert armed guides with experience in conducting these activities. It must however be noted that all activities are conducted at own risk and travel and medical insurance is advised.