IVORY TREE ACTIVITIES
BIG 5 GAME DRIVES
Get the real feel for the African bushveld by going on a morning or evening game drive. Driving in an open safari vehicle, along with a qualified guide – experience the Big 5 territory of the Pilanesberg Game Reserve.
Mix a little bit of adventure with history with an ancient bushveld tradition; archery – with a modern influence of course. You will receive a short safety briefing, and your guide shares a tale about the San hunters before you grab this opportunity to learn the technique of a challenging art form.
Get into the vibe of your Ivory Tree experience and get involved in some interactive drumming. Drumming has always been an important facet in African culture as a form of expression and communication. A minimum of five and a maximum of 120 guests can be accommodated in this interactive drum circle. All ages welcome!
AMANI AFRICAN SPA
If you haven’t found enough tranquility at our lodge yet – our award-winning Amani African Spa is just what you need. The ultimate escape for pure self-indulgence while offering an authentic, African-inspired experience.
Making full use of your senses, we use our unique spa product brand; Africology. We make our range purely from natural ingredients; free from artificial preservatives, colouring and fragrances.
Our pampering skin and beauty treatments are specifically designed to revitalise and restore balance and harmony to your body, mind and soul.
AIR GUN SHOOTING
Enjoy action satisfaction with this adventure-filled activity. Take aim and practice your pellet gun aiming skills with a fixed target! You will receive a safety briefing and demonstration from an experienced guide to ensure you a thrilling experience in the safest possible way.
Ride your way into some adrenalin-pumping obstacles on our exciting quad trail! Our excellent operational brief from our guides ensures that you need no previous experience quadding. Your one-hour adventure will see you through the bushveld, including a trip into the local community where you will meet its residents, and be guided through the lodge’s involvement in community projects.