In honor of the dialect, Nhaneca Humbi, a linguistic ethnic group in the region, Pululukwa means “Resting the Body”. It was with this spirit that this serene and peaceful place was born, where the surroundings of nature works as a restful therapy and is the ideal place to rest, feel and dream!
Since its inauguration, Pululukwa has become a reference hotel in the province of Huila, and has asserted its reputation with a consistent offering.
Located in one of the best areas of the city of Lubango – Mapunda, Pululukwa covers an area of over 200 hectares, with accommodation capacity for 128 people, divided into 60 Bungalows, of various types: Singles, Doubles, Double VIPs, Twins and Relatives.
The accommodations are grouped along the slope of the mountain and are divided into three villages: Aldeia Muholo, in honor of a type of tree existing in Huíla, the Aldeia Zulu, which represents the largest tribe in South Africa and the Madeirense Village, as there is a great influence of Portuguese natives in the province. from this region of Portugal.
Its bungalows, in the shape of a round hut, reflect creativity, comfort, good taste and African refinement, which provide the desired tranquility. They are equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, safe, minibar and telephone.
Pulukwa offers two dining areas: the Restaurant dos Lagos, available to the general public, and the breakfast area, for guests only.
The restaurant has a varied menu and a rustic, elegant and cozy setting that can accommodate up to 120 people. It also accepts family events, such as weddings and birthdays.
The numerous access to the Portuguese sidewalk pavement which is interconnected with pedestrian paths in wood and red earth, surrounded by lakes, trees, gardens, flowers, grass, salalé ant hills, are ideal spaces for long walks on foot or by bicycle while enjoying the stunning natural vegetation that favors the place.
The wild animals of Pululukwa, most of which roam freely around the Resort. Zebras, Oryx, Fan Goats (Springbock), Impalas, Cows of the Mato, Ostriches, Alligator, rabbits, hoods (Angola chickens) and a diversity of birds, are some of the animals that complete the landscape relic of the place becoming therefore one of the attention centers for its visitors.