Nov 252013
 

Nestled in the Schurweberg mountains, Nt ‘Shonalanga Valley Resort lies on the tranquil banks of the Hennops River, but still located close to the main business districts of Centurion, Pretoria, Sandton and Midrand. It is a 45 minute drive from the OR Tambo International Airport and a mere 20min drive from Lanseria Airport.

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The Resort is situated in a beautiful and picturesque valley surrounded by hills and boasts of breathtaking African sunsets and sunrises. The Hennops River, which flows through the Northern boundaries of the property, allows for cascading streams to flow around the buildings into a small dam where an abundance of fish and bird life placidly co-exist.

The venue caters for events ranging from banquets to corporate conferences, private functions to weddings. It has 3 conference rooms, which can seat up to 200 delegates, a banqueting hall that can host up to 250 guests comfortably and a lapa that overlooks the dam.

Nt’Shonalanga is fully equipped to handle all event requirements with various breakaway rooms and a large, upmarket, multifunctional venue, seating up to 200 delegates. Tailor made packages will cover all your standard equipment and catering needs

Nt’ Shonalanga Valley’s Rainbow Village consists of a guest house, and  15 luxury mushroomed styled chalets. The chalets were designed and built to represent Madiba’s Rainbow Nation.

They resemble Traditional African mud huts, blend perfectly with the natural surrounding bush and are eco-friendly, enabling guests to enjoy a True African experience. The chalets are unique in their construction, method and design. Local unskilled labour was employed, and the ancient Eastern principles of Feng Shui and Vastu Shastra have been applied, which is an ancient philosophy of harnessing the energies of water and wind to create harmony with one’s environment.

The outdoor facilities include a rock pool and a picturesque mountain range ideal for walks and hikes.

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