Who says that luxury sunken baths and waterfall showers can’t be part of a South African safari experience? Anyone who has stayed at at the Ant Collection will tell you how just such bathing features are the setting for some of their most cherished memory moments while staying at the lodges. Soaking in bubbles with a glass of bubbly in hand, looking out over the Waterberg Reserve is a very real, very dreamy part of a safari day at Ant’s.
An opulent Bathing Affair:
It’s an unfortunate fact that baths are going out of fashion these days. In the daily hustle and bustle of life, taking time out to sit back and soak in a bath is not a luxury many people can afford. That is why the baths at Ant’s are designed to encourage people to simply relax for a while, reminding them of the appeal and value of a good, long soak.
A bath with a view
And indulging in a bath at Ant’s is not only a fabulous way to relax after a day out on safari but many of the spacious bathrooms at Ant’s bush homes take advantage of the breath-taking views that the Waterberg has on offer.
Unexpected bath time sightings
As if all that isn’t enough, you may just have some game sightings while in the bathroom, as our recent guest found out:
“It’s something really touching when you’re in the bath and a family of warthogs are taking a peek through the window!” – Guest review
Just a little reminder that when you’ve got a view of the wild, the wild also has a view of you!
‘Tarzan and Jane’ Shower
If you’re not a ‘wallow in the water’ kind of person, the outdoor showers may be more of interest to you. Specifically designed to make you feel as if you are showering in a waterfall, one guest described it as “a ‘Tarzan and Jane’ fun shower” in her TripAdvisor review.
So be warned, if you’re planning a trip to the Ant Collection, you may leave wanting to redesign your bathroom at home!