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Karongwe Bush Lodge

Karongwe Private Game Reserve
Limpopo Province, South Africa

Situated at the foot of the majestic Drakensberg Escarpment, within the Karongwe Game Reserve in close proximity to the Kruger National Park (Phalaborwa Gate and Orpen Gate). This game reserve is pristine with riverine bushveld, mixed woodland and open grassland habitats, perfect for the wildlife that inhabit this unspoiled region. Visitors can expect to see the Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and buffalo), of the Magnificent Seven when you include Cheetah and Wild Dog then also Hippo, Crocodiles and a host of smaller game. Bird watching is also excellent with some 400 species being recorded. In the heart of Karongwe Game Reserve lies the Bush Lodge, from where the "Big Five" can be viewed "close up and personal" whilst enjoying the African ambience in relative comfort. Bush Lodge aims to offer its guests a much more 'up close and personal' bush experience - perfect for the visitor who wants to get more out of the bushveld than simply ticking off the Big 5.

Karongwe Bush Lodge at a Glance

  • Accommodation in 13 elevated luxury tents.
  • Four-poster queen sized beds draped
  • Protective mosquito netting
  • En-suite shower, basin and toilet
  • Bar
  • Morning, afternoon and evening game drives
  • Bush walks

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Karongwe Bush Lodge Accommodation
Guests accommodation in 13 elevated luxury tents, affording sweeping views of magnificent Mahkutswi River and its floodplain. Tents are perched on wooden platforms, under shady trees and with table and chairs for guest's viewing pleasure. Each tent is furnished with a four-poster queen sized bed draped with protective mosquito netting en-suite shower, basin and toilet, mini bar, far, heater, tea and coffee in tent and a viewing deck. A highlight of Bush Lodge is its thatched roof lookout deck where guests can enjoy 180 degree views over the river, bush and mountains, sip sundowners while game spotting or even spend balmy summer nights on comforatable outside beds.

Wildlife activities here enable guests to 'touch, taste and smell' the bushveld. The day begins with a bush walk of a few hours duration, accompanied by a qualified ranger and tracker. Guests not only get close to Big Game but learn to identify trees and plants, taste edible fruit, follow in the footsteps of animals great and small and learn about local bush lore. After the walk, brunch is served back at the Lodge. In the afternoon, guests enjoy a late afternoon/night drive with a spotlight, enabling them to see nocturnal animals. This is followed by dinner.

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