About Bush Haven Lodge
Bush Haven Lodge is situated on the banks of the Mala-Mala Dam on Hans Merensky Golf and Spa Estate. It faces the Kruger National Park in Phalaborwa. The lodge is fully equipped for self-catering with its own pool, lapa and a small, private island on the dam.
The estate is the home to the world-renowned Golf in the Wild championship rated golf course, initially designed by Bob Grimsdell. The area hosts abundant bird life in addition to impala, warthog, hippos, giraffe and crocodiles.
Safari: A unique combination of a lodge with game and the Golf in the Wild golf course.
Bush Haven lodge is rented out to a minimum of 4 paying guests with an additional charge for any additional person up to a maximum of 8 persons in all.
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Things to do in and around Phalaborwa
(2 km from Phalaborwa)
Home to Africa's wild and silky cream liqueur, the Amarula Lapa is a great spot to chill near the Phalaborwa Gate of Kruger National Park. Here you can relax, stretch your legs and of course, enjoy a glass of Amarula Cream on ice and stock up with...
(10.3 km from Phalaborwa)
Tee off on the wild side at Hans Merensky Golf Course near the Phalaborwa Gate of Kruger National Park. The renowned course has a unique bushveld atmosphere and it’s not uncommon for visitors to share their golf experience with resident giraffe,...
(55.9 km from Phalaborwa)
Lying on the banks of the Great Letaba River just west of Kruger National Park and close to Tzaneen, the Hans Merensky Nature Reserve is a fabulous place to view wildlife on foot. You’ll find none of the big hairy scaries here – just various...
(9.1 km from Phalaborwa)
Trip back in time to a beautifully restored Stone Age village in Kruger National Park Situated on top of the picturesque Masorini Hill 11km from Phalaborwa entrance gate on the road to Letaba camp, Masorini offers a glimpse of an organized economy...