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We booked the entire lodge out for 6 families, but shared the bar and food areas with campers and backpackers, which was a pity. The setting is lovely and their are beautiful walks, waterfalls and lagoons in the area. The Manager, Russel was friendly and...More
This little gem is well hidden from the everyday hustle and bustle. Set on the northern side of the Mtentu river, visitors can enjoy scenic views, whale and dolphin watching or go for a paddle up the Mtentu river in one of the canoes the...More
Mtentu is way, way off the beaten track... but it is worth every single effort it takes to get there.
Do not attempt coming to this place without first downloading/printing the instructions from the website and even then, dont attempt it at night like we...More
After running 25km, we were welcomed at the river by a friendly local canoe/ferry operator. For a limited fee, he took our bags across as we battled the strong current. The canoes are available to lease from the operator & some of the people in...More
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Response from mtentu, Owner at Mtentu LodgeResponded 2 October 2016
Than you very much for your review Elliecourts. I would just like to clarify that the establishment he is reviewing is 'The Mtentu Community Camp' and not 'Mtentu Lodge'. Mtentu lodge has different facilities and is around 200 meters up the hill from the camp....More
Experience mother nature in all her beauty. We ruffed it here. Decided to camp and it was well worth it. They do have accommodation/cabins for the ones who can't ruff it in the wild.
One can raft up the river, cross it and discover all...More