The four lodges—Bush Lodge, Selati Camp, Little Bush Camp, and Earth Lodge—each have a distinctive character and ambience. All suites include air-conditioning, en suite bathrooms, fans, hairdryers, a sitting area, telephone, safe, Wi-fi, and tea/coffee making facilities.
Earth Lodge is built into and of the landscape, so blended into the scenery that elephants have been known to wander onto the roof. Adobe walls and rugged wood décor achieve modern elegance in each of the 13 suites; all feature glass-fronted bathrooms, indoor and alfresco showers, and a secluded plunge pool with lounging chairs facing the bushveld, so that you might catch sight of an impala or a springbok while enjoying a swim.
The 25 suites at Bush Lodge are sprinkled along a meandering waterway, each spacious and secluded in nature. En suite bathrooms include large tubs and outdoor showers. The lodge common areas are spacious and comfortable, with broad views of a watering hole where wildlife often passes by. Beyond game drives, there are a wealth of activities for families and groups. The Elefun Center engages kids in fun, hands-on learning projects—and also doubles as a fully equipped home schooling center for children of lodge staff.
Ensconced in the bush at the edge of a riverbed, Little Bush Camp is a secluded oasis of style and comfort with inspired African décor. Each of the six thatched suites feature a private deck with a day bed and heated spa bath looking out on the riverbed. The beautiful design elements of the main lodge include a fireplace plated with copper coins and curtains of metal and glass.
Lit by flickering lanterns and reminiscent of the steam trains that once passed nearby, Selati Camp evokes the spirit and fancy of the colonial gold rush period. The thatched suites and intimate common area are decorated with turn-of-the-century furnishings and set under tall trees with expansive views of the bushveld. This lodge is ideal for honeymooners and small family reunions.
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