According to eTNW, Legend Lodges, Hotels & Resorts is extending its portfolio of properties following a rebranding initiative. In May it changed its name to Legend Hospitality Group.
The company has acquired Phofu Eco Safari Lodge in the Kang area of Botswana – an exclusive game reserve that can cater for up to 18 guests in either thatched, stone or tented accommodation.
From July, Mogotlho Safari Lodge, north of Maun (Botswana), will also become part of Legend’s portfolio. The lodge is situated near the River Khwai and has 13 river-facing, en-suite tents, a dining room and an elevated viewing deck.
The expansion follows the recent opening of the Signature clubhouse at Legend Golf and Safari Resort in South Africa’s Waterberg and the completion of renovations to the pool deckarea at Dugong Beach Lodge, near Vilanculos (Mozambique).
The Ravineside and Lakeside lodges at Entabeni Safari Conservancy will also complete refurbishments this winter.
Legend has plans for more properties in Botswana and Namibia.