aha IVORY TREE ACTIVITIES
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Archery is one of the ancient activities offered at aha Ivory Tree Game Lodge using modern equipment, including modern re-curve bows. The guide will brief you on safety and share a story about the San hunters, so you can fully enjoy this opportunity to learn the technique of a challenging art form.
As part of the adventure-filled activities offered at aha Ivory Tree Game Lodge, you can enjoy the satisfaction of shooting at a very small target using pellets! An experienced guide will carefully discuss safety instructions on how to use the equipment correctly to ensure you a thrilling experience in the safest possible way.
Join in and feel the vibrations from head to toe! For centuries, drumming has been a part of African culture as a form of expression and as one of the ways in which communities communicate with one another. A minimum of five and a maximum of 120 guests can be accommodated for this fun-filled activity.
The award-winning Amani African Spa at aha Ivory Tree Game Lodge is the ultimate escape for pure self-indulgence and offers an authentic, African-inspired experience. You are spoilt to a banquet for the soul and senses, as we use our unique spa product brand, Africology, that is made from the purest ingredients and is free from artificial preservatives, colouring and fragrances. our pampering holistic body, skin and beauty rituals are designed to revitalise and restore balance and harmony to your body, mind and soul. Book a treatment today to relax in the lap of luxury, guaranteed to have you walk out glowing from head to toe and from the inside out.
Experience the ‘real thing’ as you ride your way up and around natural obstacles on our exciting quad trail! No experience is required, as our guides take you through proper instruction to safely enjoy this 1 hour ride hour. You will be led through the bushveld and down to the community where you will meet villagers and discover the Lodge’s involvement in a community project.