Step into Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli’s African Lodge with Forest View, Activities for Vamika, 31k one night suite | Bollywood
On Saturday, Anushka Sharma shared a glimpse of her time in South Africa. The actor-producer has joined her husband, cricketer Virat Kohli and other members of the Indian cricket team in South Africa, where the Indian cricket team will play three test matches and ODI.
In the photo shared on her Instagram Stories, Anushka revealed that she is staying at the Irene Country Lodge. She shared a photo of a small landscaped ball pool, presumably for Vamika, and thanked the lodge for the setup.
According to the lodge’s official website, it offers a variety of rooms with views of the forest, lake and meadows. The rooms, divided into guest rooms, lofts, family suites and presidential suites, vary in size and accommodation.
“Irene Country Lodge, Autograph Collection offers an array of the ultimate accommodation options. With a total of 123 rooms elegantly decorated with African mahogany wood furnishings and complemented by rich textured fabrics in earthy tones creating a warm ambience, guests enjoy the comforts of an old country mansion reflecting a southern flavor. unique African, ”describes the website.
The most affordable room is offered at a price of ZAR 1,828 per night (approx. ??8,846 per night) and the most expensive, the Presidential Suite, costs ??6,498 ZAR per night ( ??31,446 per night approximately).
The establishment also has spas, restaurants and bars, and farm tours. The lodge also organizes lakeside picnics, bird and tree sightings, and a farm tour, among other outdoor activities.
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India will face South Africa in a three-match test series. This will be followed by a three-game bilateral ODI series.
Anushka accompanies Virat on almost all his tournaments since confinement. She has been seen alongside him in the 2020 and 2021 IPL, the T20 World Cup series and India’s matches against England.