TSHUKUDU GAME LODGE
Tshukudu Game Lodge near the Kruger National Park combines home comfort with an exciting Big Five safari experience; close encounters with orphans and excellent viewing opportunities of the wild animals in their natural habitat. The first animal to be re-introduced to the ex-cattle farm was rhino hence the Sotho equivalent word ‘Tshukudu’. A drive of approximately 5 hours from Johannesburg will take you from the hustle and bustle of the city into this heart of safari country.
The Lodge accommodation of 14 individually decorated chalets and rondavels are all named after animals that have been raised or rehabilitated at Tshukudu.
View the birds from under a lush Natal Mahogany with a fantastic view of the Drakensberg Mountains from the extended veranda of the Lodge. Relax at the swimming pool on a hot blistering day and enjoy the expansive view into the bushveld. An inviting cup of tea beckons, a delicious slice of sweet surprise and then guests are whisked away in search of the elusive Big Five.
The lodge, the animals and the people have become part of the lives of our returning guests. The reserve that had started out with no animals turned into a thriving Big Five game reserve. Animals can be spotted from 4x4 game drive vehicles, on the morning walk before breakfast or during an educational bush walk. Guests of all ages are welcome and we cater for those with disabilities in three wheelchair friendly cottages.
(per person, per night, sharing)
1 Oct 2010 to 30 Sep 2011 from R1820
Rates are inclusive of three meals per day, two safari game drives, morning walking safari per day
Please note that all rates are subject to change without prior notice and are subject to availability. The rates may change for various reasons (e.g. rate of exchange fluctuation) and from season to season, and the above prices are to be used as an approximate indication only.
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