- Tariff: Please request current rates
- 30% single supplement
- Includes: Accommodation, meals, teas & coffees, safari activities
With 12 000 hectares of traversing rights in pristine bushveld, the lodge is the only official wilderness concession awarded in the Kruger National Park. Add to that a beautiful setting on the banks of the Multlumuvi Riverbed; exclusive use of some of Kruger’s public roads for game drives well after sunset and a 15km unfenced boundary with the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, and you have a bush escape that leaves the mind unfettered and the spirit soaring.
With no cell phone or internet coverage, this is a holiday, as nature intended.
Stilts raise the 8 spacious and immaculately appointed suites from the riverbank, providing the perfect view of the Mutlumi riverbed. From fine linen, mosquito nets, beautiful bathrooms and overhead fans, no detail has been overlooked. Even the outdoor shower, protected by thick reed poles, transforms an everyday activity into a delightful experience.
Built from natural materials, the lodge’s environmental impact was kept to a bare minimum; battery power is used for lighting, and a special indigenous reedbed system processes bathroom waste, while all other waste is sorted and recycled wherever possible.
We like to call it natural living at its finest.
A day’s activities
A typical day starts early in the bush. A hot cup of tea or coffee will get you going though and before the sun rises we’ll be out on our morning safari, together with our senior and very experienced guide.
No-one can ever guarantee what’ll be seen on the drive, but the chances are good that you’ll come across at least a couple of the Big 5, not to mention a host of antelope, warthogs, giraffe and perhaps even a playful troupe of baboons!
We return to the lodge at around 9am for breakfast, and if you’re up to it, this will be followed by a walking safari. If not – besides lunch at 13h30 – time is your own until afternoon tea at 16h00.
After a restful afternoon and a sumptuous high tea, the night drive brings with it a sense of adventure and excitement. We could see a big-eyed bush baby, a lone jackal, or even lionesses on the hunt.
As the night sky lights up with a billion stars, we make our way back to the lodge for dinner, taking with us our memories of an incredible day.