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Fractional Euphoria now available

The ultimate bushveld golfing, nature and hydro-therapy experience is now available on a fractional ownership basis.
 
Four different packages at the Euphoria golf estate and hydro near Naboomspruit have been launched at prices varying from R165 000 to just more than R640 000 for two weeks’ stay. Prices exclude VAT but include preferential golf tariffs and full golf membership on some packages.
 
Euphoria is situated about 7km outside Naboomspruit and about 200km north of Johannesburg, offering a convenient getaway to a piece of pristine Waterberg bushveld, says Aida’s Anton Hanekom, who markets fractional as well as full-title units in the estate.
 
Several stands are still available. Prices for Bushveld stands at the top of the mountain overlooking the estate range from R750 000 to R2m and those in the golf phase from R300 000 to R900 000. Stands in Orchard Village are available from R450 000 while stands in Macadamia Crescent and Olive Grove are selling from R350 000.
 
Apart form the signature golf course designed by Annika Sorenstam, the estate offers hot mineral springs and a wide range of hydra-therapies, full conferencing facilities, a fully-equipped 12-seater board room, several restaurants and a club house.
 
A nature reserve of 760ha is home to a wide variety of game and is a favourite birding destination, says Hanekom. “Game is free to roam and golfers are sometimes lucky enough to combine their golfing pursuits with a spot of impromptu game viewing when denizens of the reserve wander onto the course.”
 
The reserve also offers hiking, cycling and limited quad biking opportunities as well as game-viewing safari’s. A double-roped cableway links the clubhouse,  hydro and golf course with the Bushveld stands on top of the mountain. The cableway also transports diners to the Sundowner Deck restaurant, where patrons can experience fine cuisine and spectacular bushveld views.
 
Issued by Aida National Franchises


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