Safari Lodge situated in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park.
Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, which is a wildlife-rich concession of land adjoining the western border of the Kruger National Park.
The private nature of this wilderness sanctuary enables one to embrace the African bushveld in one’s own time. Situated on 3000 hectares in the heart of the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park, every experience is exclusively offering an intimate peek into nature at its rawest.
This modern camp offers a multitude of areas designed to embrace relaxation and unwinding is the order of the day under the tree’s canopy covered deck or in the pool, your view of a very busy watering hole will keep you entertained and help silence the busiest of minds.
Warm evenings are spent socializing around an amazing nature bushveld fire watching the clearest star-studded sky whilst animal calls echo in the darkness breaking the abundant silence experienced by the expanse of the wide open bushveld.The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, which borders the Kruger National Park, has no boundary fences, allowing for game viewers and wildlife photographers the opportunity to spot the elusive big five, countless antelope, various magnificent mammals, and a large variety of beautiful bird species.
Sole Use Midweek Rate
for exclusive use of the lodge for 8 people. Valid midweek until 15 December 2021.
Special SADC Sole Use Weekend Rate
for exclusive use of the lodge for 8 people. Valid on weekends until 15 December 2021.
exclusive use of the lodge
- All meals, teas & coffees
Game drives, bush walks
Two guided game drives are offered daily, scheduled at the guests’ leisure. Guides provide insight into the workings of the bushveld, the traits of the animals seen on the drive and the diverse terrain and plant life, varying from flat planes to rocky outcrops and hilly landscapes. The Klaserie is home to a wide variety of predators, including lion, leopard, smaller cats, spotted hyenas, jackals and wild dogs. As such, the thrill of witnessing a kill looms around every corner. Buffalo, rhino, hippo, giraffe, elephant, a variety of buck, an array of birdlife, baboons, monkeys, and mongooses can be spotted daily – to name but a few.