About Bosbok Lodge
Situated upstream from our main lodge, you will find the warm and cosy Bosbok Lodge. With perched chalets above the Selati River, it has a special ambiance that makes it form part of these magnificent surroundings.
The smaller size of this lodge allows you to feel more at home and it invites you to rest and forget about time, whether you want gaze at horizon or simply relax with a good book. The six chalets offer luxury furnishings and beautiful views to match. The rooms can also be used on a B&B basis if preferred.
The afternoons are special at Bosbok Lodge; visits of inquisitive bushbuck across the river will keep your attention as they play. Watch the sunset on the deck just behind the lodge, where young and old will marvel at how the African sun disappears over the lost shadows of the leadwood trees.
Bosbok Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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