About Shangoni Lodge
Nestled amongst huge rocks, the bushcamp offers four airconditioned chalets with ensuite bathrooms. A centrally located self catering kitchen and lapa area serves as the social centre of the camp. An additional lapa can be found at the braai area.
A swimming pool offers relief on those hot lowveld days.The bushcamp's central location in Mpumalanga makes it an ideal family brakeaway retreat, or a stopover for the Kruger Park (18Km) Mozambique (45km) or Swaziland (20Km) traveller.
At Shangoni, you have the unique privilage to roam the entire farm (1600 ha) without any disturbance from any other tourists or lodgers.
Tiger and Bass fishing safari’s in the vicinity
Playing Golf at Leopard Creek or Malelane Golf Club
Visiting the Kruger National Park / Mozambique / Swaziland
Elephant Rides, Kwa-Madwala
Quad Bike Trails
Please note: when you book, you will book the entire camp!
Shangoni Lodge Rooms
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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