About Absolute Safari Guest Lodge
Absolute Safari Guest Lodge is the perfect private getaway. It is situated in a nature conservation area right next to South Africa's largest nature reserve, the Kruger National Park. Wild animals visit your front porch on a daily basis and many bird species can be viewed from the luxury of your own patio.
Absolute Safari Guest Lodge is run by Dirk and his wife Petro who is responsible for the interior decorating and is carried out with great pride and taste. The property can only accommodate one family or group at a time, ensuring complete privacy in your own home. Together they can plan exiting schedules for your day or leave you to experience Africa in your own time.
Rooms in this thatched roof hideout enjoy air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms, while the upper level provides breathtaking views of the bush and only a 2 - 3 min drive will take you to the Crocodile River, which is the only thing separating you from the untamed African wilderness and well known Kruger National Park.
Braais can be enjoyed in the boma while listening to the sounds of the mysterious bush. This all takes place under a star-filled sky around a bon fire with the roars of distant lions and calls of the hyenas. Daily game drives through Marloth Park or into the Kruger National Park will gladly be arranged on request. Other activities include nature walks and swimming at Henk van Rooyen Park recreational centre.
Guests may also pack a picnic basket and relax and enjoy a sunset drink at anyone of the many view points next to the Crocodile river while waiting for the big 5 to arrive.
This is the ultimate in relaxing and enjoying nature.
Hope to accommodate you sooner rather than later.
Safari: Wild animals visit your front porch on a daily basis and many bird species can be viewed from the luxury of your own patio. The property borders the Kruger National Park.
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