About Maduma Boma Game Conservancy
Maduma Boma Game Conservancy consists of 10 self-catering chalets, which are all privately situated on the reserve. Each chalet has its own swimming pool and is fully serviced daily.
As we do not have the Big 5, guests have the freedom to walk or cycle to numerous hides and waterholes on the reserve to view game or to just simply relax around their own pool.
We are surrounded by Big 5 reserves and we can often hear and see lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards or buffalos on our fences. We are only 45 km from Orpen Gate, Kruger National Park and Blyde Canyon, God's Window, Bourke's Luck Potholes and Pilgrim's Rest are also on our doorstep. Perfect for day trips.
Maduma Boma Game Conservancy
Gates close at 17:30 and arrangements will need to be made for later arrivals.
Reviews for Maduma Boma Game Conservancy5 guest reviews Reviews of
5 out of 5 stars
Our family which includes five year old twins spent a wonderful few days at Maduma Boma. It was the perfect place for children to explore and they saw so many animals. Maduma Boma is conveniently located within easy reach of Kruger National Park (Orpen Gate), Mohololo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and Acornhoek where you can get anything you forgot at home. Our only regret is that we did not spend longer there. Highly recommended.
This was my third time at Maduma Boma. In the bush, near to places of interest. Just great.
In spite of extremely dry and hot weather conditions the stay at MBGC has been very enjoyable.
Beautiful, and value for money.
We enjoyed it very much and will definitely be back soon!
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