About Chestnut Bush Lodge
Chestnut Bush Lodge is situated in a game reserve bordering the Kruger National Park. This reserve is host to four of the Big 5, plus all of the general game. With no fences, the animals are free to roam freely throughout the reserve. We share a border with the Crocodile River and the southern border of the Kruger National Park.
We offer tours to Mozambique, a sea experience, tours to Swaziland for a cultural experience, trips to the Kruger National Park for a Big 5 experience and scenic experiences at the Panorama Route. These are done from the lodge where we enjoy African cuisine, with evenings around the fire while listening to the roar of the lions and the laugh of the hyenas. Chestnut Bush Lodge is fully serviced with towels and linen. Bed and breakfast is included in our rates and dinner can be served by arrangement.
Safari: With no fences, the animals are free to roam freely throughout the reserve. We share a border with the Crocodile River and the southern border of the Kruger National Park.
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