The Outpost

Luxury Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park
Pafuri Region, northern Kruger National Park, Limpopo,
South Africa
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The Outpost accommodates 24 guests in 12 open plan, en-suite luxury spaces cantilevered on a hill overlooking the Luvuvhu River. in the Pafuri region of the northern Kruger National Park The private, free standing spaces are inter-connected to each other and the central lodge area by 500 metres of Zimbabwean teak walkway. Contemporary architecture makes use of concrete and steel with state-of the-art retractable, remote-controlled screens offering 180º of uninterrupted views.

Enjoy your evening meals under the stars alongside a crackling campfire. Unwind with a luxurious spa treatment in the privacy of your room. Game drives leave at first morning light and late afternoon. For the adventurous, you can experience the wilderness on a guided walking safari.

Bush View Suite - SADC Rate


per person sharing per night valid until 30 November 2021 if booked within 14 days of travel.

River View Suite Special SADC Rate


per person sharing per night valid until 30 November 2021 if booked within 14 days of travel.

Standard Rate


per person sharing per night

    Fully serviced luxury accommodation
    Breakfast, lunch & dinner
    Two daily game drives in open vehicles with sundowners & snacks
    Tea & coffee
    Wi-Fi in central area

The region measures some 24 000 hectares and is home to large herds of elephant and buffalo. The mountainous terrain is attractive to leopard and the region has resident prides of lion. Rhino were recently reintroduced and guests visiting The Outpost are likely to see nyala and tsessebe antelope which are not easy to find elsewhere in the Kruger National Park. The diverse terrain of the region includes mopane woodlands, fever tree forests, acacia thickets and some of the largest and oldest baobab trees.

Pafuri is arguably one of the most scenically beautiful and diverse wilderness areas in the Kruger National Park. This 26,500ha concession, belonging to the Makuleke people, boasts nearly 80% of the Kruger Park’s biodiversity. Immerse yourself in the beauty, splendour and stillness.