Tarentaalrand Safari Lodge has excellent facilities where conferences can be held.
Functions like weddings, birthdays, teambuilding exercises and end-of-year functions can be accommodated. When organizing such a function, remember that we do all the catering for you. You could therefore relax and leave the arrangements to us. You will not be disappointed.
The conference facilities can accommodate a maximum of 30 people (overnight – max 18 people)
A selection of menus on request
Must make use of Lodge’s own catering
Game drive - entertainment
Cash bar available (Licensed bar)
large braai facilities under the African starry sky
Under–roof braai facilities for rainy days
For conferences we provide:
Tables & chairs
TV, DSTV & Video machine
Other facilities at Tarentaalrand Safari Lodge include our exciting and tastefully decorated recreation lounge, swimming pool, pool table, TV (TV 1,2,3, E-TV as well as M-Net) and a licensed ladies' bar and a lapa with all-weather barbeque (braai) facility under the African sky.
From the sparkling swimming pool area, the view over the farm is beautiful. There is a sitting area where sundowners can be enjoyed or meals can be served.
For pool enthusiasts there is a pay pool table upstairs in the recreation hall, with a lovely view down on the bar and conference area.
The ladies' bar reflects the true Africa Safari feeling, with bird and antelope trophies and animal skins against the walls and on the floor. A wonderful way to relax and ponder over the excitement of the day!
Game drives can be great fun as well as very educational, and on Tarentaalrand the teaming herds of wildlife are just waiting to be found.
On Tarentaalrand you have the opportunity to do bird watching after your heart's desire. Many species endemic to the Northern Cape can be seen in their undisturbed environment, including guinea fowls (after which Tarentaalrand is named), the rare Crimson-breasted Shrike and, very precious to us, the flock of Cape Vultures.
Look out for the huge Sociable Weavers' nests and these birds' intricate way of living - each in their own "hotel room", without ever getting confused to which entrance is whose!