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Mutinondo Wilderness
Mutinondo Wilderness
Mutinondo Wilderness
Mutinondo Wilderness

Mutinondo Wilderness


12°27’16.0"S 31°17’29.8"E

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Mutinondo Wilderness: picture gallery


Mutinondo Wilderness is located in its own private reserve.
The central facilities include a separate bar…
… and a fire-pit which is lit in the evening.
Straightforward and wholesome meals…
... are served in either of two dining areas…
... one of which is inside for the colder weather.
The four rustic chalets…
… are on separate rocky outcrops…
… offering stunning views.
The standard chalets are rather open…
… but the family chalets have glass panel-doors.
The bedrooms are comfortable…
… and have en-suite facilities.
Activities include taking yourself on long walks…
… up the inselbergs…
… to admire the magnificent views…
… and along the river.
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Mutinondo Wilderness is located in its own private reserve.
Mutinondo Wilderness is located in its own private reserve.
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The central facilities include a separate bar…
The central facilities include a separate bar…
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… and a fire-pit which is lit in the evening.
… and a fire-pit which is lit in the evening.
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Straightforward and wholesome meals…
Straightforward and wholesome meals…
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... are served in either of two dining areas…
... are served in either of two dining areas…
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... one of which is inside for the colder weather.
... one of which is inside for the colder weather.
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The four rustic chalets…
The four rustic chalets…
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… are on separate rocky outcrops…
… are on separate rocky outcrops…
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… offering stunning views.
… offering stunning views.
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The standard chalets are rather open…
The standard chalets are rather open…
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… but the family chalets have glass panel-doors.
… but the family chalets have glass panel-doors.
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The bedrooms are comfortable…
The bedrooms are comfortable…
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… and have en-suite facilities.
… and have en-suite facilities.
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Activities include taking yourself on long walks…
Activities include taking yourself on long walks…
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… up the inselbergs…
… up the inselbergs…
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… to admire the magnificent views…
… to admire the magnificent views…
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… and along the river.
… and along the river.

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