Kwenga Safari Lodge
Balule Nature Reserve
About Kwenga Safari Lodge
Kwenga Safari Lodge is situated inside the Balule Private Nature Reserve which forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park and is a dedicated animal conservation area, a real African wildlife wilderness where you can experience the best African Safari. The area attracts a diverse variety of birds and wildlife, including Lion, White Rhino, Black Rhino, Buffalo, Leopard, Cheetah, Elephant and other African game.
Being a protected area in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, the Balule Nature Reserve is a member of the Association of Private Nature Reserves (APNR) with no fences separating APNR reserves and the Kruger National Park, in other words the APNR is part of Kruger National Park.
A visit to Kwenga Safari Lodge is an experience that will touch your very being. Guests are exposed to the true Africa, they quickly adapt to the mystical rhythm of the Bush hence the quotation by a famous personality “a place where time stops and life begins…”
Safari game drives and bush walks are activities on offer at Kwenga. We also assist with many other additional activities in the surrounding area which is ideal for long stay guests.
Safari: Kwenga in Balule Private Nature Reserve forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park, a dedicated animal conservation area. Balule attracts a diverse variety of birds, wildlife including Big 5. Morning & Evening safaris are included daily
50 % deposit upon confirmation.
Balance payable 6 weeks prior to arrival.
Bookings made within one calendar month prior to arrival require full prepayment.
Children from 13 years pay full rate.
Children 6 to 12 pay 50% of the full rate.
Please note no children under 6 years at Kwenga Safari Lodge.
Stay between 07 Feb 2020 and 25 Feb 2020 and get 12% off on selected rooms.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 07 Feb 2020 and 25 Feb 2020)
Stay between 10 Jan 2020 and 29 Feb 2020 and get 12% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 10 Jan 2020 and 29 Feb 2020)
Kwenga Safari Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling