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Baluleni Safari Lodge

18 Reviews
Sleeps 21 in 8 rooms

Our tranquil and peaceful Lodge on the shores of the Olifants River, in the 40 000 hectare Balule Nature Reserve inside the greater Kruger...
Our tranquil and peaceful Lodge on the shores of the Olifants River, in the 40 000 hectare Balule Nature Reserve inside the greater Kruger National Park, offers the splendor of the natural Africa Bush with breath-taking sunsets, wildlife which includes the Big 5, bird watching, safaris, bush walks, boma-dinners under the stars, and is often referred to by guests as "Paradise" or "Heaven on Earth" Welcome at Baluleni Safari Lodge. Enjoy a unique African Safari experience, go on guided open vehicle safaris, learn about the wilderness on a bush walk, listen to the sounds of the African Bush while dining under the stars, or simply relax at the Lodge by the pool side. Our Lodge offers secluded and comfortable accommodation in five air-conditioned en-suite thatched chalets, two luxury en-suite tents with ceiling fans, and one air-conditioned en-suite thatched honeymoon cottage with full breakfast, high tea and dinners. These are served at our licensed dining/bar area or around the fire in the boma under the African skies. At the Baluleni Safari Lodge facilities include a licensed Dining/bar area and boma, full breakfasts and three course dinners are generally served in the dining area or outside on the patio. However, our guests mostly prefer to enjoy a three course dinner under the stars around the fire in the boma. Guests enjoy sun downers on the patio or sharing a drink in the lounge while watching adventure wildlife DVD's. Early coffee and home-made rusks are available for guests at the accommodation. High tea with savouries, snacks and cakes are served at the dining area. Guests also enjoy the swimming pool while relaxing with a cold drink in the shade. At the reception guests can arrange and depart for their three hour safaris in an open vehicle, an early morning Bush walk, a day tour in the Kruger National Park and other tours to different venues like Moholoholo, Cheetah Project, Panorama Route. Our curio shop at reception offers a variety of the most sought after products made by local artists as well as signed copies of Elke's famous oil paintings and drawings. Guests also have access to internet and cell phone signal at reception. Free secure parking and laundry services are available to guests.
from R2600

Bundox Safari Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 44 in 9 rooms

Bundox Bushcamps is situated on a small nature reserve on the Geurnsey Road near Hoedspruit, making it the perfect accommodation base close...
Bundox Bushcamps is situated on a small nature reserve on the Geurnsey Road near Hoedspruit, making it the perfect accommodation base close to the Kruger National Park and Blyde River Canyon. The property has beautiful African bush; home to Afrocan wildlife such as duiker, nyala and bushbuck, and of course we have excellent birdlife on the property. Guests are able to walk on the property, or simply laze around the sparking swimming pool. We have a choice of accommodation from luxury safari tents to fully equipped self-catering chalets – all with en-suite facilities. Children of any ages are welcome. Let our chef prepare delicious South African meals for you as you enjoy listening to the night sounds of the bush as the sun sets. There are so many things to do and see in the area ; why not take a boat cruise on the Swadini dam and view parts of the magnificent Blyde River Canyon, take a drive in to the Kruger park to spot the Big Five animals, or enjoy the thrill of a sunset game drive in an open safari vehicle, with guide and tracker. Learn more about our African wildlife by visiting an animal rehabilitation centre, or visit the famous “Jessica the Hippo”.
from R1050

Masodini Private Game Lodge

22 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

Masodini Private Game Lodge is ideally located in the 40 000-hectare Balule Nature Reserve. It is a...
Masodini Private Game Lodge is ideally located in the 40 000-hectare Balule Nature Reserve. It is a bush lover's paradise and the lodge is surrounded by fever trees and evergreen African date palms which create a perfect oasis. We accommodate guests in private, secluded and elegantly furnished chalets with an African flair. Masodini is private and intimate, thus we are able to provide guests with exclusive use of the camp facilities for up to eight guests at a time. We also offer massages. The camp overlooks the waterhole, is safe and fenced-in providing protection against unwanted animal intruders. Enjoy and experience game walks, game drives and wonderful birding opportunities in and around Masodini with our experienced nature guide. There are many places to visit using Masodini as your base, such as the Kruger National Park, Khamai Reptile Park, Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, the Cheetah Project, the Panorama Route and local villages to name a few.
from R2160

Bonwa Phala Game Reserve

4 Reviews
Sleeps 49 in 15 rooms

Bonwa Phala is a 5000 hectare nature reserve which offers a pristine, diverse and unique destination in the Bela Bela district of the...
Bonwa Phala is a 5000 hectare nature reserve which offers a pristine, diverse and unique destination in the Bela Bela district of the Limpopo Province. The weather is warm almost all year round and Bonwa Phala is a true home for lovers of nature and the African bush. It is under two hours’ drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria and due to the location of the main lodge it offers absolute privacy. Although wildlife safaris are our major attraction, Bonwa Phala also offers on-site conferencing, a host of adventure activities and world-class golf excursions at Zebula Golf Estate and Spa, all within ten minutes’ drive of the reserve. Bonwa Phala exclusive accommodation comprises of a Main Lodge with ten chalets and a Tented Camp with five tents, guaranteeing guests their privacy and solitude. The Main Lodge's ten open-plan chalets all feature en-suite bathrooms. Guests can choose between double and family size chalets. All chalets have their own patio and are conveniently situated near to the main complex. The thatched, central main complex consists of an indoor dining area, an informal lounge area with DStv, and a cosy covered bar area that opens up onto an intimate open-air, rustic boma. Guests have the option of eating outside at the fire or retreating into the indoor dining area. There is an outdoor pool with a covered shelter next to it for those who love relaxing around the pool but don't want to expose themselves to the sun’s rays for too long. Early morning and sunset game drives as well as guided bush walks are offered on a daily basis, but must be pre-booked. Detailed information is available on request and bush braais can be organised by prior arrangement. Resident guests at Bonwa Phala have access to the superb 5 Star Zebula Golf Estate and Spa which is about a 10-minute drive from Bonwa Phala. Zebula offer a variety of activities such as golf, quad-bike safaris, archery, clay-pigeon shooting, fishing, horse safaris, spa treatments, restaurants, a convenience store, a signature design mountain bike course, and much more. The Shingwedzi Wild Dog and Cheetah Breeding Centre is about 30 km away and offers a unique opportunity to experience cheetahs and wild dogs up close.
from R1300
Toeka is a beautiful guest farm situated in Alldays, a small town in the Limpopo province. It is...
Toeka is a beautiful guest farm situated in Alldays, a small town in the Limpopo province. It is surrounded by arid bushveld and Mopane tree bush. There are two accommodation lodges available, of which one is self-catering. All the rooms are equipped with double- or single beds, en-suite bathrooms, TVs with DStv access, and Wi-Fi connection. The charming restaurant serves traditional South African cuisine. Guests are welcome to play with the lion cubs in the enclosure, as well as going on game drives in the area.
from R855

Iketla Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 9 rooms

Unspoilt African bush with unparalleled natural scenery. Iketla Lodge nestles in a natural basin formed by spectacular mountains and...
Unspoilt African bush with unparalleled natural scenery. Iketla Lodge nestles in a natural basin formed by spectacular mountains and cliffs. Visit this private nature conservancy of 540 hectares and experience peace and total relaxation - at an affordable price! Iketla is located on the northern end of the Panorama Route, near the Blyde River Canyon, in the Mpumalanga Province en-route to the Kruger National Park. Guests are accommodated in spacious stone-and-thatch cottages - all with en-suite facilities and private patios. Cottages overlook a natural valley with a spectacular amphitheatre of mountains and cliffs. Unique en-suite bathrooms provide a stone-built shower, hand-made ceramic basin set in a hardwood slab and a separate toilet. All cottages also have a very private outdoor shower with view. A maximum of 16 guests per night guarantees exclusivity and privacy. A central thatched area houses the lounge, dining area and bar and has stunning views of the surrounding mountains. An open sundeck overlooks a sparkling pool. Traditional South African food in a convivial atmosphere. Dinner around the camp fire when the weather permits. Activities include nature hikes, guided walks and superb bird watching.
from R2560

Itaga Luxury Private Game Lodge

13 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Itaga Lodge is situated on a 12 000-hectare, malaria-free game reserve, home to the Big five. Itaga...
Itaga Lodge is situated on a 12 000-hectare, malaria-free game reserve, home to the Big five. Itaga has earned a proud reputation as an exclusive, four Star lodging establishment of understated elegance. We offer eight luxuriously appointed en-suite, African-style chalets. Each room has a private pergola covered patio and most rooms are equipped with private outdoor bush showers. The thatched central complex of the main lodge has a romantically appointed dining area; an intimate lounge with feature fireplace; a cocktail bar with viewing deck overlooking the floodlit waterhole; a cosy open-air bush boma; an all-day complimentary tea and coffee refreshment station for the convenience of our guests; a DStv loft lounge and library; a gift, art, curio and fashion goods boutique; and a swimming pool with Martini seats on a large sun deck, overlooking the waterhole. The elevated ‘top deck’ offers stunning views across the plains and the quiet solitude of this private location makes it the perfect place to witness sensational sunsets, as you savour the moment with a sundowner cocktail. For the safety of our guests and the protection of our marula trees from mischievous elephants, the area surrounding the camp is securely encircled by an electrified game fence. The lodge also has comfortable indoor-outdoor conference facilities, catering for up to 16 corporate delegates. Itaga Lodge has traversing rights over more than 12 000 hectares of good game country, home to elephant, leopard, rhino, hippo, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, hyena, warthog, a wide variety of antelope and bountiful bird life. Guests can enjoy early morning and afternoon game drives from the comfort of our open 4x4 game viewers with individually contoured seats and an experienced tracker/ranger. Like many other private game reserves, the lions at Mabalingwe are contained in a separate high security, fenced area of the reserve. It is necessary to book for a visit to the Mabalingwe Lion Enclosure Wednesdays and Sundays at nine am. The cost is R 145 per person, including transport to the lion camp from Itaga Lodge. Resident guests at Itaga Lodge have access to the superb Zebula Country Club and Spa, located about 30 minutes’ drive from the lodge. This pristine 1 200-hectare bushveld estate has been awarded five star accreditation by the South African Tourism Grading Council and boasts a sensational 18-hole world class Peter Matkovich designed golf course. In addition to golf, various other optional activities can be arranged and paid for at the lodge. This includes guided bush walks, 4x4 adventure trails, night game drives with sundowners in the bush, horseback trails, visits to the nearby Cheetah and Wild Dog Breeding Centre, the Lion Enclosure, or the Zebu Health and Beauty Spa at the nearby Zebula Country Club.
from R3590

Mogalakwena River Lodge

17 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Mogalakwena River Lodge offers a truly luxurious African experience in the Limpopo Valley of South Africa. The lodge has a central lodge...
Mogalakwena River Lodge offers a truly luxurious African experience in the Limpopo Valley of South Africa. The lodge has a central lodge with four rooms, dining and open lounge areas, as well as a lower and upper viewing deck facing the Mogalakwena River. The four thatched chalets have exquisite views and privacy. This exclusive lodge caters for sixteen guests in eight double rooms with en-suite facilities. The lodge offers accompanied game drives, wildlife walks, fishing, bird watching and horse riding. The lodge offers excursions to cultural heritage sites, a neighbouring tribal village for entertainment and wildlife excursions to Botswana. All of the activities are tailored to suit guest requirements. The lodge has a well-equipped conference and functions venue. Personal attention and efficient service are the hallmarks of Mogalakwena River Lodge's philosophy to provide complete privacy and the highest standards of hospitality.
from R1500

Ant's Hill

Sleeps 20 in 5 rooms

Ant’s Hill is hosted by wonderful staff that creates an open and friendly atmosphere. Built by Ant and Tessa on the edge of a cliff, this...
Ant’s Hill is hosted by wonderful staff that creates an open and friendly atmosphere. Built by Ant and Tessa on the edge of a cliff, this bush home offers breath-taking views across the Waterberg. With spacious rooms and vast folding doors, the thatched lodge blends into the bush while the exotic furniture and brightly coloured African fabrics make it both sophisticated and comfortable. The draped four-poster beds are seven foot wide and each bathroom is spectacular, offering guests sunken baths and waterfall showers. Set in boulders on the edge of the cliff, the swimming pool cascades over the lip of the gorge (also heated), inducing you to relax there for hours. Ant’s Hill caters for a maximum of 12 guests and is booked on a non-exclusive basis; however, should you wish to book the lodge on an exclusive basis this can be done. Ant’s Hill offer the opportunity for some of the greatest game viewing in the African bush – from horseback. You can canter along open sandy tracks or transverse high ridges with spectacular vistas. The pace can be as fast or relaxed as the rider would like. When you come across game you can often get so close the experience is unforgettable. We have fit, reliable and responsive horses, providing a choice for both the professional rider and the absolute beginner (you do not need to have riding experience to ride with us). The herd of 70 horses is made up of big thoroughbreds and Arab-boerperd crosses and includes some fabulous children’s ponies. We use comfortable Maclelan saddles and have English saddles available. Rides are led by two competent guides and the emphasis is on safety at all times. We therefore advise all guests to wear protective head gear whilst out riding. For the enthusiastic rider, you may wish to ride twice daily and turn your trip into a luxury riding safari, alternatively for the less eager; riding can be one of the many activities you can enjoy. Many guests learn to ride here. It is compulsory for all clients to wear head protection gear whilst riding. Should clients not have their own riding hats to bring with them, we do have a selection of various sizes at both lodges Guided bush walks: For those who prefer walking, our guides will guide you through the bushveld on foot. These walks are informative and interactive, enabling guests to gain knowledge of the flora, fauna and animals resident on the reserves. Learning to recognize tracks is great fun. Whilst these walks can be in the form of a gentle stroll, the more energetic can hike over the plains and down impressive gorges. Game drives: Our guides will be available to take you out in an open 4x4 Landcruiser either for a morning or afternoon game drive or using a spotlight at night to find elusive nocturnal animals, such as the rare brown hyena, aardvark and porcupine. Children: Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill will give your children a life-changing experience. Special activities are laid on for children and teenagers who enjoy getting involved in the running of a game reserve. Children of all ages can join their parents on all activities or can alternatively be taken out separately. Toys and games are available to keep young ones occupied between activities and the lawned gardens surrounding both bush homes create a safe haven for them to play in. Special food and meal times can be arranged and children are welcome to come to supper in their dressing gowns. While the variety of activities keep all well entertained you will all learn a great deal about wildlife and gain inspiration to last you a lifetime. It’s quite educational, riding lessons are also available for the novice rider. Many children learn to ride and how to appreciate the environment here. Other activities: Both bush homes make for a fabulous wedding venue and we can tailor make your special day. We are very happy to take you through the Waterberg to see other interesting sites including: Whilst not traveling around you can lounge by the pool or enjoy a massage. We have a selection of books available and a curio shops stocked with original, handmade crafts. Bushman paintings and Iron Age villages. Elephant Safaris: This activity allows you the opportunity to interact and ride with the amazing African Elephants. It is an educational and enjoyable experience. This is followed by a ride through the bush on Elephant back together with an experienced Elephant handler. We go to a historic thatched church on Sundays where you can meet local people and see the 1914 building designed by Sir Herbert Baker. Children can attend a colorful Sunday school where the Sotho children sing choruses in rousing harmony. We are happy to take you shopping in the local town where you will find a wide variety of local and African arts and crafts. Wining and Dining: We take great pride in our sumptuous home cooking, dining outside whenever possible under shady trees. We often end morning game activities with a bush lunch, while at night we sit around open fires under the stars. Excellent South African estate wines are served. We can cater for all dietary requirements.

Ekuthuleni Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Ekuthuleni, nestles in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains in South Africa's Northern Province and part of the Welgevonden Private Game...
Ekuthuleni, nestles in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains in South Africa's Northern Province and part of the Welgevonden Private Game Reserve, a wildlife sanctuary covering some 33 000 hectares. Larger conference groups may be accommodated by special arrangement. Rates Include exclusive accommodation, three meals a day, tea and coffee, and two game drives. Please note that guided walk on foot can be requested at an additional charge. Rates exclude personal bar account, curio shop purchase, transfers to and from the lodge and laundry. Ekuthuleni Lodge is a three-hour drive form Johannesburg. Daily road and air transfers may be arranged on request. Ekuthuleni is equipped for private helicopter transfers. The reserve also has private landing strips. Please note: Pick up at the Welgevonden Main Gate is at 12h30. No private vehicles allowed in the reserve. There will be a surcharge for late or early arrivals as the lodge is a 45 minute drive from the gate. Late or early pick-ups are also subject to availability.
from R6990

Bealey Buffels Trust

Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

Surrounded by baobab trees and situated deep in the African bushveld, Bealey Buffels Trust offers the ideal accommodation choice to...
Surrounded by baobab trees and situated deep in the African bushveld, Bealey Buffels Trust offers the ideal accommodation choice to nature-loving groups when visiting the town of Musina in the Limpopo province. The lodge has three comfortably furnished guest rooms, of which one has an en-suite bathroom and two make use of shared bathroom facilities. Features in each room include self-catering facilities, private entrances and views of the garden. Guests can also make use of the fully equipped kitchen to prepare meals which can be enjoyed in the dining area. Game drives can be arranged where guests will be able to view the variety of bird- and wild life in the area. After a day of adventure, return to the comfort of the lodge to relax in the lounge while watching your favourite TV show. End the evening off on your private patio by appreciating a beautiful bushveld sunset.
from R900

Jembisa Lodge

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Jembisa is situated within its own private game reserve in the heart of the beautiful Waterberg plateau, 3 hours north of Johannesburg. It...
Jembisa is situated within its own private game reserve in the heart of the beautiful Waterberg plateau, 3 hours north of Johannesburg. It is a totally spoiling safari destination – a luxury country house safari lodge – with delicious food, great comfort, massages and a wide variety of game-viewing and wildlife activities. Only one family or group of guests are taken at a time, allowing exclusive use of the lodge and the reserve. Children are welcome and can be looked after and entertained, allowing parents some time for themselves. Guests can be as active as they wish or may choose to relax with a cooling swim in the saltwater pool after a game drive or enjoy a game of tennis following a bushwalk with rhinos. There are 5 en-suite bedrooms plus a children’s bunk room. Jembisa is the perfect bush retreat and easily accessible from Johannesburg and Pretoria. Please note that 4x4 in not necessary to navigate the roads but a vehicle with high clearance would be recommended.
from R8300

Mohlabetsi Safari Lodge

7 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 8 rooms

Tony, Alma and their colleagues warmly welcome guests to their relaxing and friendly oasis in the bush. Set in the vast Balule Nature...
Tony, Alma and their colleagues warmly welcome guests to their relaxing and friendly oasis in the bush. Set in the vast Balule Nature Reserve, this is home to a superb variety of fauna and flora, including the legendary Big 5. Our guides bring guests up close to nature on game drives and foot safaris. Their experience and enthusiasm make these trips unforgettable. We offer comfortable thatched rondavels with outdoor showers; they are decorated in an African theme. Unwind during the heat of the day around a sparkling swimming pool or in the shade of the lapa, under giant acacia trees. Traditional songs and dancing by African women herald romantic dinners under the stars, often punctuated by the roaring of lions and the whooping of hyenas. Enjoy the cosy atmosphere of the boma, dining around a campfire or, on warmer nights, out on the open plain in front of the lodge. We are easily accessible by road or by daily flights from Johannesburg.
from R5850

Maduma Boma Game Conservancy

5 Reviews
Sleeps 52 in 9 rooms

Maduma Boma Game Conservancy consists of 9 self-catering chalets, which are all privately situated...
Maduma Boma Game Conservancy consists of 9 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.
from R1000

Kapama Buffalo Camp

Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

Reminiscent of a traditional African safari camp, Kapama Buffalo Camp offers a unique and intimate experience in the African bush. It is...
Reminiscent of a traditional African safari camp, Kapama Buffalo Camp offers a unique and intimate experience in the African bush. It is ideal for discovering big game Africa in true safari tented style without compromising on comfort. Ten luxury newly build canvas tents, each sleeping two, are set on wooden decks built on stilts over a steep-sided riverbank. Wooden walkways interconnect the rooms, which are all in the upper reaches of tall riverine trees. The river below rarely flows and antelopes are seen daily walking along the sandy riverbed. Each tented room has all the usual comforts of electricity, en-suite bathroom, safe, writing table, wardrobe, low impact climate control air-conditioner, mini-bar and tea/coffee facilities. The communal areas of Buffalo Camp are on the riverbank, where gardens of succulent aloes and euphorbia are tended around the thatched bar, dining room, pool terrace and campfire. But the thick African bush is just a glance away, inhabited by animals like lion, hyena and jackal whose calls can be heard in the dead of night. Lanterns, rather than electric lights, glow at night under the trees, creating a special intimate ambience particular to Buffalo Camp. With a maximum of 20 guests at Buffalo Camp, special attention is paid to personal service and the staff become like friends. Kapama Buffalo Camp is a truly authentic way to experience the African bush.
from R7200

Naledi Bushcamp

5 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Just four magnificently appointed chalets (one family unit with two rooms and one standard unit) sleeping only eight people, right in the...
Just four magnificently appointed chalets (one family unit with two rooms and one standard unit) sleeping only eight people, right in the heart of Big Five country within the borders of the greater Kruger National Park. Without a doubt, Naledi offers you the most personal, intimate experience anywhere in the region, and at a price often less than half of what you would expect to pay elsewhere. At Naledi we only ever have a maximum of eight guests on our game viewer, only eight relaxing on our beautiful swimming pool deck overlooking the river bed and our private waterhole where one can enjoy the daily parade of animals and birds coming to drink and feed, in total peace and tranquillity. Our lodge is our passion, showing people our private piece of wild Africa our greatest pleasure, and that means introducing you to the bush and all its creatures, from lions and elephants, to antelope and birds are something we always look forward to. At Naledi you’ll find air-conditioning throughout, delicious meals, elegant surroundings, a fabulously stocked bar, fun, relaxation and excitement in equal portions, but best of all, you’ll arrive as strangers, and leave as friends.
from R5600

Waterbuck Lodge

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Positioned perfectly in the Southern part of the magnificent 14 000 Thornybush Nature Reserve, this Lodge is particularly ideal for...
Positioned perfectly in the Southern part of the magnificent 14 000 Thornybush Nature Reserve, this Lodge is particularly ideal for exclusive use bookings. The Lodge consists of four fully air-conditioned luxury Suites, all with generous bathrooms and lovely views across the African terrain. Each Suite has been ideally positioned to maximize privacy. The Lodge boasts a comfortable lounge area with an open-plan dining room all under thatch. There is also a wonderful breakfast deck overlooking the estuary as well as an appointed bar with easy access to all hospitality areas. The Lodge is situated in the high water table area of the reserve and is sighted on a dammed estuary of the main water supply to the site. The lush undergrowth around the Lodge is evidence of a continual flow of water all year round. Guests are encouraged to take advantage of all amenities including a very private, family-sized swimming pool. The area around the Lodge is home to all the animals found within the reserve especially Thornybush’s largest Elephant Herd.
from R5792

Chisomo Bush Lodge

Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

Chisomo Bush Lodge offers a natural bush experience for small groups. The tranquil and beautiful lodge is located on the most spectacular...
Chisomo Bush Lodge offers a natural bush experience for small groups. The tranquil and beautiful lodge is located on the most spectacular location of the Karongwe Private Game Reserve, with 180-degree views over the magnificent mountains, bush and river. The Karongwe Private Game Reserve is located in Limpopo Province and is home to the spectacular Big 5, as well as over 50 species of indigenous wildlife including lion, leopard, elephants, buffalo, and rhino. Set in on over 9,000 hectares of carefully maintained bush land, there is no better place to experience real African bush than in the Karongwe Reserve. Chisomo Bush Lodge is a charming camp, remotely located deep into the bush and adjacent to the Makhutswe River. The camp is best suited for small groups of 12 or more guests. All tents feature en-suite bathrooms with a shower and come complete with fans, hairdryers, minibars, tea and coffee-making facilities, and electricity. Chisomo Bush Lodge also offers a fully licensed bar on a scenic deck, a swimming pool area, and a boma for outdoor dining. Transfers to and from the lodge as well as babysitting services can be provided on request. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy, including daily game drives, guided walks, horse riding, trips to the Kruger National Park and Panorama Route, hot-air balloon trips, boat trips and adventure sports, including paintball, quad biking and water rafting.
from R5640
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The Yellow Hornbill

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

30% discount on 2+ nights   The Yellow Hornbill enjoys the beautiful things in life and is home in the exclusive Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate. This lovely three-bedroom...
The Yellow Hornbill enjoys the beautiful things in life and is home in the exclusive Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate. This lovely three-bedroom unit enjoys bush views from each room and accommodates guests in comfort and style. The patio downstairs features a braai area with a fire pit, that overlooks the swimming pool and surrounding bush life. Don’t be surprised if the local impala and kudu come to mow your lawn, it’s the way things work around here. The estate is situated along the edge of Hoedspruit, a small and quaint town that boasts endless views of the Drakensberg mountain escarpment. Even thought this is a small town, it has all the amenities necessary for a comfortable life in the bush, from the Spar and Pick 'n Pay, to great restaurants. All within a few minutes' drive. A great escape from a hectic urban lifestyles with the Yellow Hornbill promising a true bush life experience.
from R3000

Thulani Game Lodge & Eco Estate

8 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 8 rooms

Let Nature Inspire You Thulani Game Lodge on the border of Limpopo Province in the...
Let Nature Inspire You Thulani Game Lodge on the border of Limpopo Province in the Thabazimbi/Koedoeskop/Northam district, is perched on a hill with breathtakingly panoramic views of the surrounding bushveld. A 90 minutes drive makes it difficult to believe this secret 1,400 hectare paradise is only 150 kilometres from Pretoria. The lodge sleeps 18 people and each luxurious room has its own en-suite bathroom. Some have bush style en-suite bathrooms where one can experience the bushveld in a unique way. Thulani’s beautifully appointed canvas tents on stilted wooden platforms are discreetly placed to ensure absolute comfort and complete privacy. Each tent comprises an en-suite bathroom, comfortable beds and has its own wooden deck, enabling guests to luxuriate in the breathtaking scenery. The natural tranquility of Thulani makes for an unforgettable conference venue. Thulani offers excellent birding and game viewing opportunities. Over 130 bird species join Impala, Kudu, Blue Wildebeest, Eland, Red Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Blesbuck, Zebra and Giraffe as residents of Thulani. DStv in the main lodge, covers the all important venues. A swimming pool in the main lodge allows guests to cool off before relaxing around a roaring fire in the boma at the main lodge.
from R1300

Limpopo Province South Africa

Limpopo Province Safari Accommodation

Limpopo Province is Africa undistilled. It is raw and wild and wonderfully enigmatic. With about half of the Kruger National Park and many other game reserves, it has miles and miles of untamed wilderness where the Big Five and other animals roam in a space so large it may almost be considered unfenced. This low-lying area, which is generally referred to as the Lowveld, is archetypical Africa - broad-leafed open forest interspersed with grassy plains dominated by huge bulbous baobab trees.

In stark contrast, the high-lying Waterberg, which rises from the plain like a hippo standing up in a shallow stream, has a totally different vegetation type, but is nevertheless a fantastic game viewing destination with the added advantage of being malaria-free - unlike Kruger and the Lowveld  reserves. For wilderness of a different kind, Limpopo Province has some of the most awesome wilderness hiking in the world. The Blouberg and the Wolkberg (Blue Mountains and Cloud Mountains) are wild and virtually untouched. Experienced hikers can explore spectacular mountainous areas that few people have seen, and climbers can clock up loads of first ascents. Deep and uncharted caves await those brave enough to explore their depths and patient enough to endure the red tape necessary to get permission to mount an expedition.

The Magoebaskloof area is characterised by lovely mountain scenery. Pretty streams with tumbling waterfalls and secluded rock pools wind their way through vast stands of indigenous forest, many with laid out hiking trails. Limpopo has some of the best horseback safaris in South Africa, including luxury trails in the malaria-free Waterberg and one fabulous operation in a Big Five reserve near Kruger. The white water rafting on the Mutale and Olifants Rivers is wet and wild. But there's more to this fascinating place than animals, birds, mountains, rivers and trees. With sacred forests clothed in mist, a hereditary semi-divine queen who can make rain, and mystical lakes inhabited by mythical giant serpents, it's a place of mystery and magic. Over Easter literally millions of adherents of the Zionist Christian Church - a dynamic blend of charismatic Christianity and traditional African beliefs - gather in the holy city of Moria for a long weekend of frenzied devotion. Close to the borders of South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana, Mapungubwe was a thriving city state in the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries, and its remains have yielded fascinating archaeological data, as well as some beautiful artefacts, the most notable of which is an exquisitely worked gold rhino. It is a world heritage site.

Dating from a similar era, Thulamela, in the Kruger National Park, is also worth a visit. Of great botanical, as well as anthropological, importance is Modjaji's Forest - the largest stand of cycads in the world. Consisting of thousands of these austerely beautiful primitive plants, some of which reach over 13m in height, this magical forest has been under the personal protection of Modjaji - the hereditary Rain Queen of the Lobedu people - for centuries. But Limpopo also has its prosaic aspects. Huge iron mines dominate the landscape in places, and the small towns serve mostly the large farming community that breeds cattle and grows delicious tropical crops like avocadoes, citrus fruit, litchis, mangoes, bananas, macadamia nuts, pecan nuts, coffee and tea. The area around Bela Bela (previously called Warmbaths) is renowned for its therapeutic hot springs. In fact, there is a whole string of hot springs all through the province, and the many private game lodges and boutique hotels have attached wellness centres, so it's a great venue for some pampering combined with a bit of game viewing.

Note: If you are planning to travel to the Kruger National Park or Lowveld please be aware that certain parts of this region are malarial. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

Limpopo Province is Africa undistilled. It is raw and wild and wonderfully enigmatic. With about half of the Kruger National Park and many other game reserves, it has miles and miles of untamed wilderness where the Big Five and other animals...

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