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Three Cities Tala Private Game Reserve Takes Its Place Within The Three Cities Group

In a most promising acquisition, the Three Cities Group has finally secured the popular KwaZulu Natal-based Tala Private Game Reserve.

Tala Private Game Reserve take its place into the Three Cities Group’s flourishing establishment of hotels and private game lodges, which already boasts over 10 Three Cities Exceptional Safaris lodges across Africa.

This renowned wildlife conservancy hidden in the hills of a quiet farming community will takes its pride and place alongside the Three Cities Jozini Tiger Lodge and Exceptional Safaris Makakatana Bay Lodge in KwaZulu Natal.

Recognised for being one of Durban’s finest game reserves, Tala is located just 20km outside of Pietermaritzburg and is a leisurely 60km drive from Durban.

A wildlife sanctuary, that has been expanding its leisure territory since the late 80s, TALA (appropriately defined as the ‘land of plenty’) now spans over 3 000 hectares.

The Game Reserve is well-known for being ideally located for conferences, weddings, celebrations or simply a short retreat to rejuvenate and relax and experience the sights, sounds and smells of the African bush.

Reputed for being a favoured wedding venue, TALA caters for all needs with accommodation styles including four standard lodges; five rustic A-frame rooms; two self-catering cottages and a luxury lodge. TALA also has 10 varied wedding and conference venues and features a spectacular thatched restaurant with a beautifully aged tree as a central element to the décor.