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About Magalies Bush Lodge

Magalies Bush Lodge is nestled in the Naauwpoort valley slopes of the Magaliesberg amidst a peaceful and tranquil surrounding offering stunning views in an unsurpassed setting of natural beauty and elegance.

The family-owned bush lodge comprises of three rustic, comfortable, fully equipped and private self-catering chalets, each with a secluded braai area. The lodge also offers guests a newly renovated rock pool, communal braai area with a pizza oven and parking on the premises.

Guests can enjoy sightseeing Blesbok, Rooibok, Bushbuck and Springbok grazing around the land as well as numerous bird species. Please note that during rainy season guests in chalet Bosbok and Springbok should ideally drive a bakkie, SUV or 4×4.

Safari: Bleskbok, springbok, rooibok, bosbok and numerous bird species

Family friendly: Childen's pay area, walking and private boma/braai area per chalet ideal for family time.

Romantic: Ideal for couples wanting a romantic bush break away from the hustle and bustle.

  • Response Rate: 96%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 3 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 14
  • Check-in: 14:00
    Check-out: 10:00
  • Reviews: 10 Reviews


  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hiking
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises
  • Romantic

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

Full payment must be made on arrival, unless prior arrangement is made.
Guests enter and use these premises at their on risk. Neither the owners nor their representatives are liable for loss or damage to a guest or visitors' property, nor for injury or death of any guests or visitors.
Sorry no card facilities available.

Magalies Bush Lodge Rooms

Reviews for Magalies Bush Lodge

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Jennifer Clack
03 January 2022

Absolutely beautiful place and break away from the city!Listening to the lions and wildlife from the balcony was breathtaking.Shelf for the glasses should definitely be extended to avoid breakage, shower could also be changed to a shower head so you can adjust it and not a hand held shower. Stood on a piece of glass and wire in the pool which isn't ideal but thankfully no one got hurt. And unable to use braai/Boma if it's raining. Overall we had an amazing time and truly enjoyed our stay.

illse Gordon
26 December 2021

Just what we needed to get away from everything!!

Phindi Nkambule
20 September 2021

Nothing,we really didn’t enjoy our stay at that place,its very far no network coverage,or any entertainment llike tv,4 day stay in dat place not good and very cold at night

Rudi Smit
14 September 2021

Well I don't know where to start. From even before arrival the owners were very accomodating. This place has spectacular views from all the lodges. The lodges are very well maintained and clean. The distance between the lodges are very close so you can gather with large group of friends. The braai area by the Lapa is also very accomodating as it has all the necessary equipment you require down there. The bathrooms by the Lapa are spotless clean. The rock pool is a bit cold but we still enjoyed it. The biggest surprise was the hike to the lookout point. Definitely worth it, but please don't...
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Desiree Choonoo
30 August 2021

Owners are very accommodation and friendly. resident wild pig comes to visit, amazing experience. Structure of the kitchen cupboards where the crockery is stored needs to be revised to avoid unnecessary breakage of crockery. Maybe Heater for the winter. The sunsets are amazing. Too cold to have tested the pool, but def will be a winner in Summer.

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Magalies Bush Lodge is 21.9km from the centre of Magaliesburg , the nearest airport 63.9km (Lanseria International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling