Chama Game Lodge
About Chama Game Lodge
Chama Game Lodge is situated in the beautiful South African Lowveld, between Malelane and Komatipoort in Mpumalanga. Chama lodge is nestled in the bush overlooking one of our many dams where you can enjoy the animals coming to drink. The lodge is a rustic bushveld retreat with five air-conditioned chalets. There is a swimming pool and communal area which includes a bar, dining and lounge area, and TV. The Lodge is in close proximity to the Malelane Gate of Kruger National Park and Leopard Creek golf estate. Blyde river Canyon, God's Window and Mozambique are popular tourist attractions. Chama Game Lodge is your ideal nature breakaway destination in the African bush.
Wedding Venues: Chama Game Lodge casters for intimate weddings in the garden, with capacity for up to 16 guests.
Family friendly: Chama game Lodge is on a game farm, family friendly atmosphere sitting at the fire at night enjoying walks and drives on the farm together.
Chama Game Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Malelane
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Starting at the Malelane gate of the Kruger National Park, either for a morning, afternoon, or full day game drive, you will experience an informative fun-filled Open Vehicle Safari in one of our specially modified Open Safari Vehicles, with your...
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