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 famous Kruger National Park. Chipembere Bush Lodge is fully self contained and is an ideal romantic getaway for two Adults and can accommodate up to 6 Adults comfortably as it comprises of three spacious double rooms 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, 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, complimented by a Lapa with a built in Barbecue and entertainment area overlooking a man made watering hole. There is also an upstairs living area, with a separate sleeping area with two single beds. ideally suited for teenagers, a cosy TV Lounge with a walkway leading to the main bedroom called the Rhino Room and an upper wooden deck where you can sip sundowners and watch the African Sun go down. Marloth Park has an abundance of attractions, including the Kruger National Park and Komatipoort situated near confluence of the Crocodile River and Komati River and the Mozambique Border a short distance away.
Safari: Safaris can be arranged for our guests to be taken into the park by a Professional, Highly Qualified Guide in an open Safari Vehicle at a competitive rate and we can pre-book this for you.
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 us.
Romantic: Ideal for Honeymooners for peace and tranquillity and luxury self catering in the bush. Bring the in-laws with to cook the meals....
Stay between 01 Sep 2018 and 2018/11/30 12:00:00 AM and get 10% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Sep 2018 and 30 Nov 2018)
Stay between 14 Dec 2018 and 2018/12/31 12:00:00 AM and get 10% off.
Please note that sadly this is “not a child friendly” home and therefore we reserve the right not to allow young children. Therefore, please let us know the ages of the children in advance so that we may advise accordingly regarding potential "health & safety" concerns in the lodge and the outside entertainment areas as we cannot accept any... Please note that sadly this is “not a child friendly” home and therefore we reserve the right not to allow young children. Therefore, please let us know the ages of the children in advance so that we may advise accordingly regarding potential "health & safety" concerns in the lodge and the outside entertainment areas as we cannot accept any responsibility or liability if an accident were to occur. We will therefore also be asking guests to sign an Indemnity Form on arrival thank you. see more
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