RETURNAfrica

Accommodation Suppliers

Address:
Postnet Suite 117 Private Bag X7 Parkview 2122
Member Number: 206186 Tel: +27 11 646 1391

RETURNAfrica offers a collection of unique experiences in South Africa's two most iconic destinations: Cape Town and Kruger. Our origins lie in the wild and spectacular north of the Kruger National Park where our portfolio includes Pafuri Luxury Tented Camp, Pafuri Walking Trails and Baobab Hill Bush House. The Makuleke Concession is as wild as it is varied and vast and offers some of Africa’s most spectacular landscapes with mountains and gorges in the west, giving way to plains, pans, baobab and fever tree forests in the east. Pafuri is true walking country and wildlife roams without hindrance of borders in a transfrontier park that spans three continents. In Cape Town, our portfolio includes Welgelegen. Spaced in two Victorian-built houses, Welgelegen is in a tranquil and quiet area. Within a short walk of the more bustling Kloof Street some of Cape Town's best local restaurants, bars and artisanal stores can be explored. The Cableway, Camps Bay and The Waterfront are no more than a ten-minute drive, and with views of both Table Mountain and Lion's Head, Welgelegen truly is its translation: Well situated. 

Where we operate

  • South Africa

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Bird Watching
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Self-Drive Holidays
  • Weddings
  • Walking Safaris
  • Eco tourism
  • Honeymoon safaris

News

15 February 2019

RETURNAfrica will be opening a new lodge in 2020 on the Kwando River in Namibia’s Caprivi Strip

We are excited to announce that RETURNAfrica will be opening a new lodge in 2020 on the Kwando River in Namibia’s Caprivi Strip. On Tuesday 5th February RETURNAfrica signed a 25-year concession with Kwando Conservancy to develop and operate a lodge at the Old Susuwe site on the Kwando River. The signing ceremony took place at the Kwando Conservancy office in the presence of the Kwando Conservancy Committee, traditional leaders and the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.

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