The animal kingdom expresses joy when new life unfolds in every direction. Fresh grasses, fragrant bush, budding blooms and popping seeds make for an unforgettable safari at Tau Game Lodge in the Madikwe Reserve.
It’s an ideal corporate escape after a difficult year in business, post pandemic. The conference, teambuilding or strategy session feels more like more like a much-deserved safari holiday than work as ideas flow and the human spirit is revived.
Tau offers a medium-sized meeting venue for up to 30 delegates, with single occupancies available.
Dinner is hosted in the Boma, Restaurant, or Dining Deck, depending on the weather. Delicious healthy meals are served a-la carte with tables spaced at an appropriate distance.
Tau’s state-of-the-art Convention Centre offering high-quality conference equipment and three breakaway rooms is a leisurely walk from the lodge. It comfortably seats small groups of up to 60 delegates – once social distancing rules are relaxed.
Mesmerising morning safaris offer magical light for photography with stops for Amarula coffee and buttermilk rusks as rangers keep a vigilant eye out for game and predators. Afternoon drives include dazzling African sunsets and the sundowner tipple of your choice before returning to the lodge for a convivial dinner.
All 30 rooms, hospitality decks, and the two pools, offer views of the large waterhole, where the wildest game extravaganza plays out 24/7.
Summer is arguably the best time to visit five-star Tau Game Lodge to see African wild dog or a lioness and her cubs rolling in the grass after enjoying a zebra carcass? In the meantime, you can enjoying the spectacle from Tau’s live webcam
The Tau team has adopted additional health and hygiene measures to provide guests with complete peace of mind during their visit. All rooms and the Spa Oasis undergo a meticulous deep cleaning before all guest arrivals.