Lepogo Lodges, Noka Camp review: South Africa’s eco-friendly escape in exclusive reserve


tanding on the edge of a mountain deep in the wilderness of Lapalala, about three hours north of Johannesburg in the Waterberg region of Limpopo, the Palala river sounds like the ocean. The intensity of water crashing against rocks is amplified by the cluster of green-hued mountains where lions, cheetahs and leopards roam, and birds such as the crested francolin make themselves heard. It is within this protected reserve that Noka Camp effortlessly blends into its surroundings.

Five luxuriously designed stilted tents line the cliff edge, each connected by a 250-metre-long floating solar walkway that powers all the electricity in the camp. Only one per cent of the entire lodge touches the ground, having almost no impact on the soil it so graciously sits on.

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