Intimate Safari Lodge in the Thornybush Reserve, Greater Kruger National Park.
Thornybush Game Reserve, Greater Kruger National Park
Waterbuck Lodge has a prime position in the southern part of the Big 5 Thornybush Game Reserve. The four lavish suites only accommodate eight guests and this exclusivity ensures the undivided attention of your hosts who will assist in every area. The generously-sized bedrooms and bathrooms yield unrivalled views of the pristine wilderness. A centralised entertainment area of the main deck enclosed by swimming pool and bar/dining area provides ample occasion for relaxation between dawn and dusk adventures. The main deck area also provides a further comfortable watch point to the abundant wildlife whose home is the feature watering hole adjacent to the lodge.
Waterbuck Lodge offers guests a home-away-from home with unpretentious, genuine service, attention to detail and incredible wildlife viewing.
The suites are spaced relatively far apart from each other, creating a sense of privacy for our guests. Each suite has a sliding door that opens out onto a private deck with sofa chairs, which is where many of our guests are drawn to throughout the day. The interiors are spacious with high thatched ceilings, large beds and en-suite bathrooms. There’s an outside shower that offers a revitalising experience with a view, as well as an inside shower and a bath.
Special 4 Night Midweek Rate
per person sharing per night incl. all meals & game drives. Min/Max stay 4 Nights. Valid until 15 Dec. 2021.
Special SADC Rate
per person per night inclusive of all meals, sundowner drinks and game drives. Valid until 15 December 2021.
per person per night inclusive of all meals, sundowner drinks and game drives.
- Accommodation for 8 people
Morning & afternoon game drives
Wood, ice & water
Daily housekeeping service
Meals & snacks:
Two meals a day (brunch and dinner)
Light snack for afternoon tea
Basic game drive snacks
Set deep in the bush, the elevated deck, swimming pool and thatched bar area are the perfect places to take in the sounds of the wilderness as well as keep an eye on the waterhole for animal activity.