Moditlo River Lodge
About Moditlo River Lodge
Situated on 36 000 acres of African bushveld bordering the scenic banks of the Nbesi River, Moditlo Private Game Reserve offers a range of luxurious wildlife encounters and African safari options especially tailored for the discerning traveller.
Moditlo River Lodge sits at the heart of the Blue Canyon Conservancy, a stretch of protected land in close proximity to the world-renowned Greater Kruger National Park and is home to an astonishing array of fauna and flora. Named for the gentle beast of the bushveld, Moditlo means 'place of the elephant', and the quiet grace of this extraordinary creature echoes throughout the lodge and its surroundings.
Our 16-bedroom lodge was designed to combine the rustic nature of a bushveld retreat with the style and elegance you'd expect of a first rate safari destination. Visitors can look forward to every comfort and convenience, including game drives conducted by passionate, knowledgeable nature guides, a full-service restaurant that serves the very best in South African wines and cuisine, as well as al fresco boma barbeques prepared by our talented chefs.
Families with kids will be happy to know that we welcome children of eight years and older. Youngsters can partake in a special activity plan to increase their wildlife knowledge and are also allowed on game drives at the manager's discretion. Alternatively, we are happy to arrange a private vehicle for your family's exclusive use.
Don't delay, book your safari at Moditlo River Lodge today and prepare to be transported to a world of unspoilt beauty, where luxury meets rustic splendour.
All bookings must be confirmed in writing.
A 50% deposit is required to secure a reservation.
Full payment is required 4 weeks before guests arrive at Moditlo River Lodge.
In the event of early departure we may charge for the full original booking.
Stay between 20 May 2019 and 30 Jun 2019 and get 20% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 20 May 2019 and 30 Jun 2019)
Moditlo River Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling