About Wildthingz Lodge
Situated South of Polokwane within a Wildlife Conservancy. We offer Self Catering fully serviced chalets / lodges.
These are one bedroom chalets / lodges ,double / twin or single beds, en-suite with separate kitchen, each has a private lapa and braai area.
We offer Lion and game tours/walks, including a walk on the wild-side with our training lions (an experience of a lifetime) horse riding is available within the estate.
A wonderful Mashie golf course has been established within the estate,with all facilities including restaurant and bar including a pro shop. The Limpopo Province is also called 'The Great North' and is a popular destination for tourists and wildlife enthusiasts.
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