Tuck in to a delicious impala casserole or tasty vegetable biryani. Mabula Game Lodge serves up a staggering array of delicious dishes to tempt your vegetarian or carnivorous palate.
An unbelievable array of salads, breads, roasts, fish and cold meats, not to mention traditional South African and Indian desserts will have you lingering at the buffet far longer than it should. You’ll never walk away hungry at Mabula Game Lodge!
With a specialist Indian chef on-site, you can look forward to a range of delectable traditional Indian dishes, from lamb masala to moong dhal, freshly prepared rotis to chilli bites. It’s a spice extravaganza for those guests who enjoy a bit of zest and zing for lunch or dinner.
Enjoy a light lunch amidst the call of Grey loeries on the terrace, retire to the lodge’s main Ko Bojelong restaurant or savour a scrumptious dinner under the stars in Mabula Game Lodge’s traditional boma dining venue accompanied by the rhythmic beat of traditional African dancers.
For special occasions, there’s nothing more magical than dining under the stars at one of Mabula’s legendary bush dinners; the flickering lights, the sounds of the African wilderness, traditional South African cuisine and great company combining to create a unique dining experience.
Choose from one of three special dining venues to make your event exceptional in every way. From traditional african wilderness-themed evening dinners under a 100-year-old Wild Fig tree to weddings at the open-air Shaya Moya offering astounding views over the plain. Small or large, sophisticated or loud, Mabula Game Lodge will create a fuss-free african bush event to exceed your expectations.
Offering buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, or a set menu during low season, Mabula Game Lodge’s main restaurant seats 200 guests.
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Eat breakfast, lunch or dinner al fresco in tranquil surroundings with nothing but the sounds of Grey loeries and the tranquil sound of trickling of water to keep you company on Mabula’s Lodge Terrace.
Dine under the stars in Mabula Game Lodge’s Boma, for dinners (weather permitting) usually every second or third night. The Boma offers seating up to 180 guests for gala dinners and theme evenings. Enjoy traditional Tswana dancing and a breathtakingly brilliant starry sky while you tuck in to tasty South African and Indian cuisine.
Dinner: 19h30 to 21h00
Relax at Mabula Lodge Pool and enjoy a pub lunch on your lounger while soaking up the sun. Mabula’s fully equipped Pool Cocktail Bar seats up to 60 people and is also available for finger lunches, cocktail receptions and cheese and wine evenings.
Open: 08h00 to 17h00
It’s bushveld dining at its best. Set deep within the Mabula bush is the spectacular Fig Tree dinner venue; a 100-year-old Wild Fig tree adorned with flickering lanterns providing a magnificent backdrop for your special dinner. Fig Tree is available for gala dinners and theme evenings during which you can enjoy Mabula’s traditional dancers and marimba band or even brave a fire walk over red-hot coals. The venue seats over 180 guests and entertainment can be arranged until 22h00 by special request. Fig Tree is an electricity-free venue.
There are few venues that offer the tranquility and romance of Mabula’s Shaya Moya, situated in the middle of a grassy plain against a lovely Wild Fig Tree. Dubbed Shaya Moya for the cool, refreshing breeze guests will enjoy here, this open-air venue is ideal for champagne breakfasts and weddings, as well as gala dinners and theme evenings, seating over 180 guests.
Entertainment can be arranged until 22h00 by special request.
Shaya Moya is an electricity-free venue.
Seating for over 180 guests
Ideal for smaller groups, Mvubu Deck overlooks a small dam and is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as gala dinners, theme evenings and weddings. Seating up to 60 guests and within walking distance from the main lodge, Mvubu offers buffet meals as well as on-site entertainment until 23h00.