Accommodating up to 20 guests in Lalibela Marks Camp’sfour stone-and-thatch chalets and three family chalets, the emphasis throughout is on comfort and views. Each beautifully appointed chalet features an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, ceiling fans and private decks – each with its own exquisite views of a waterhole below.
Decorated in a distinct and relaxed Pan-African style, Lalibela Marks Camp offers an exciting children’s programme to keep kids busy while guests soak up the relaxing atmosphere and extraordinary views.
The rates at Lalibela Marks Camp include two daily game drives (in the mornings and evenings) as well as all meals and drinks –
so the best way to make the most of this offering is to spend at least two to three nights in this magical place.
Mealtimes offer even more magic, and at Lalibela Marks Camp, the golden thread is an array of options where guests can tuck into the delicious meals served here.
For example, the charming boma is a popular choice for fireside dinners under Africa’s brightest stars. At the heart of Lalibela Marks Camp’s offering are the guided game drives, which are conducted in open 4×4 vehicles with experienced game rangers.
The lush surroundings of Lalibela Marks Camp are densely populated with many wildlife species, and guests are bound to see everything from elephant, lion, rhino and buffalo to the tiny blue duiker and rock hyrax. Lalibela Game Reserve also features cheetah, hyena, hippo, giraffe, zebra, warthog and numerous species of antelope, such as the graceful kudu, eland, kudu, bushbuck and wildebeest.
Offering a true snapshot of Africa’s wildlife in its natural habitat, night drives at Lalibela Marks Camp are highlights with sightings of the elusive bat-eared fox, aardvark, black-backed jackal, aardwolf and the curious spring hare being just some of the treats in store – especially since there are no public roads in the reserve and the animals truly roam free.