About Chipembere Bush Lodge
Chipembere which means Rhino in the Shona language is situated in Marloth Park, a wildlife conservation area nestled in the bend of the Crocodile River, which forms the southern boundary of the world-famous Kruger National Park. Chipembere Bush Lodge is fully self-contained and is an ideal romantic getaway for 2 Adults and can accommodate up to 6 Adults comfortably as it comprises of three spacious double Bedrooms with luxury en-suite Bathrooms, one upstairs and two situated downstairs. The downstairs living area has a modern open-plan and well-equipped Kitchen, with Tea and Coffee making facilities and a separate Scullery, a cosy Lounge area downstairs with double doors which leads to a large outside Patio area. There is a large Swimming Pool, by Marloth Park standards, which is 1.5 meters in depth, complimented by a Lapa with a built-in Barbecue and entertainment area overlooking a man-made watering hole, where a wide variety of wildlife stop to drink. There is also an upstairs living area, with a cosy TV Lounge with a walkway leading to the main bedroom called the Rhino Room and an upper wooden deck where you can sit and watch the early morning sun rise over the African Bush. Marloth Park is in easy distance to visit the Kruger National Park and Komatipoort which is situated near the confluence of the Crocodile River and Komati River and the Mozambique Border is also a short distance away.
Safari: Safaris can be arranged for our guests to be taken into the Kruger National Park by a professional, highly qualified Guide in an open Safari Vehicle at a competitive rate.
Golf: Special rates offered on a Tuesday and a Thursday at Kambaku Golf Course in Komatipoort. For more details regarding our Group Bookings and Golfing Rates, please feel free to contact me.
Romantic: Ideal getaway in a unique bush setting situated in a Wildlife Conservancy. Champagne Bush Breakfast or Bush Braai Dinners can be arranged with qualified Guide Company with special concession into the Kruger National Park.
Please note that sadly this is “not a child friendly” home and therefore we reserve the right not to allow young children as there are potential "Health & Safety" concerns. (Inside the Lodge there is no safety gate for the steep wooden stairs leading to the upper living area and swimming pool is 1.5 meters deep with no gate or fence around it). ... Please note that sadly this is “not a child friendly” home and therefore we reserve the right not to allow young children as there are potential "Health & Safety" concerns. (Inside the Lodge there is no safety gate for the steep wooden stairs leading to the upper living area and swimming pool is 1.5 meters deep with no gate or fence around it). Also as this is a Wildlife Conservation area where animals roam free, we cannot accept any responsibility or liability if an accident were to occur. Therefore we will also be asking guests to sign an Indemnity Form on arrival.
We will also be on hand if anything may need immediate fixing or repairs done in the lodge, therefore please report any issues immediately and do not leave it until late at night to expect anything to get done.
24 hour Security Patrols are undertaken in the area and an EMS is available.
Please also be aware that there are Water Restrictions and Electricity Supply interruptions from time to time and Load Shedding through Eskom is occurring, all of which is out of our control though we will endeavour to help alleviate the situation! Thank you for your cooperation. see more
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling