Mutale Drift, Pafuri
About Mutale Drift, Pafuri
Mutale Drift, Pafuri is tucked into the hillside overlooking the Mutale River, on the outskirts of the Venda village of Bennde Mutale, just two kilometres from the Kruger Park’s Pafuri Gate.
The comfortable roomy and rustic Baobab Cabin sleeps four, with an en-suite bathroom. It has a private viewing deck and adjoining lapa, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy all the attractions of north-eastern Limpopo. We offer an affordable, comfortable and relaxed family holiday in the north-eastern corner of South Africa.
There is no cellphone reception or mains electricity at Mutale Drift, therefore we regret we cannot accept credit cards. We do however offer you a comfortable and relaxed stay in the bush under the unobtrusive attention of the owners. We are situated in a malaria area, please take the relevant precautions
Mutale Drift, Pafuri Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Mutale
(27.5 km from Mutale)
One of South Africa’s largest natural lakes, Lake Fundudzi is situated near the northern part of the Soutpansberg. Visitors need special permission from Venda leaders to go there which makes its allure even more powerful. The lake and its...
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Sagole Baobab, also known as the Sagole Big Tree, is South Africa's largest baobab. The impressive tree is located just east of Tshipise in Limpopo. It proudly stands 38.2 metres high, and has a whopping trunk diameter 10.47 metres. It's size is...
(31.8 km from Mutale)
Tramp through the Sacred Forest of Magoebaskloof Easily one of the most stunning trails in the Limpopo, this four-day hiking trail will take you through the mountainous eastern fringe of the Soutpansberg. The trail winds past a number of revered...
(44.8 km from Mutale)
Can you hear the drum beat; can you feel the earth spin? Venture off the beaten track 50km north-east of Louis Trichardt on the R523 between Thohoyandou and Makhado and you’ll find the Museum of the Drum and Dzata ruins. The rural peacefulness of...