Friday, January 29, 2016

The Spa at Karkloof Safari Spa, simply the best!




You can stay in your Villa...


Our sit on your private deck and look at the scenery...


Or, like this Nyala bull,
you could head off to the Spa for some of what Karkloof does best.
PAMPERING!


Even this Water Monitor was considering a massage...


"What about us"?
Ask these young Nyala cows.
The one at the back seems to be wondering what it is missing out on


The wildlife can often be found grazing on the eco-roof
of the Spa building


All of these sentiments apply.


The gents changeroom


It has showers as well as a steam room and sauna.


And one of the most impressive toilets I have ever visited.


Perfectly laid out and with an accurate eye for detail


Even the belt on the gown was perfectly rolled!


There is running water throughout the Spa,
it relaxes guests and is almost hypnotic.


The large pool is at a regular temperature.
The two in the foreground are very hot and very cold.


An area to relax in while awaiting treatments


The covered walkway that leads from some of the treatment rooms
to the dining area.


You can have lunch outside...


Or inside
 depending on the weather. 


The food will suit carnivores and vegetarians alike

The Spa treatments are included in the"Signature Package",
which means that you can go from one treatment to the next.
Don't take my word for it...
Come and try the treatments for yourself.
Find out more about what Karkloof has to offer:

Images on this trip were shot on
a Canon SX60HS.



In my dealings with this company to date
 I have only met with friendly and efficient staff
who have a passion for their customers.
Based on my experiences over the past few months
and in several cities, I highly recommend them.
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