Waterberg Bushveld Game Farm Accommodation
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Terms and Conditions

Deposits:

Deposits to be made within 2 working days of receiving a booking confirmation to secure the reservation. Midweek and weekend bookings: 50% of total booking cost to secure booking, balance payable either in cash on arrival or via EFT before arrival. Long weekends, Easter, Christmas and New years: 50% of total booking cost to secure reservation, balance payable one week, via EFT, before arrival.

Please Note: We DO NOT have credit card facilities

Banking Details: Please fax a copy of your deposit slip / confirmation to: 086 546 5839 or e-mail it to izintaba@telkomsa.net

Refunds:

For normal weekends and weekdays, deposits will be refunded when a booking is cancelled 4 weeks prior to the scheduled date of arrival or when an equivalent replacement booking can be obtained.

For long weekends, Easter, Christmas and New Year and from the 16th December until the 7th January 12 weeks notice of cancellation, or an equivalent replacement booking is required for the deposit to be refunded.

No refund for no-shows or early departure.

Check-in/out times:

Normal check-in time is after 15h00 and check-out time is 09h30. Earlier or later times by prior arrangement only.

Servicing of Lodges:

Our standard tariff includes servicing once a day from Monday to Saturday before 12h00, but not on Sundays or public Holidays. Where guests require servicing on those days, this can be arranged at an additional cost. This must be requested where possible at the time of confirmation of the booking.

Conditions of Booking:

Our intent is that the preservation of our unique natural environment and the comfort of all of our guests will take precedence over the wishes of any individual. As a result our offer of accommodation is subject to the following conditions:

We trust that all our guests share our love for our fauna and flora and our pristine surrounds and expect that nothing in their behaviour should suggest otherwise.