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Our top 10 South Africa Safari Lodges

  1. Lion Sands - Ivory Lodge

    The international award-winning Lion Sands Ivory Lodge is ultra luxurious, yet simple and uncluttered. Its aim is to override exclusivity with complete privacy, so each suite is operated as a private villa. Public areas offer guests top-class facilities, including wooden viewing decks, a magnificent River Island Deck built on the river, a health spa and gym, and both an indoor and open-air dining area. More info...

  2. Phinda Forest Lodge

    Set amid 45,000 acres of the Phinda Private Game Reserve in South Africa, this stunning forest lodge is the perfect place for a safari adventure. It neighbours the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site, and is 30km from the sparkling white sand beaches of the Indian Ocean. There are regular flights to Richards Bay Airport, two hours away from the game reserve. From Durban International Airport, it’s a three-hour drive. With its private sitting and dining areas, fireplace, bar, viewing decks, bona, swimming pool and gallery, guests are ensured they have everything they need for an enjoyable stay. More info...

  3. Gomo Gomo Game Lodge

    Gomo Gomo Game Lodge is a private and intimate camp situated in the prestigious Timbavati Reserve, giving guests the best chance of viewing the animals. The Timbavati is a private reserve bordering Greater Kruger National Park and offers varied landscapes with an excellent possibility of coming face to face with the Big 5. More info...

  4. Pafuri Camp

    Set in a private concession in the northern region of Kruger National Park, on the banks of the Luvuvhu River, an area particularly renowned for its birding, Pafuri Camp is a luxurious tented safari lodge offering the chance to view a wide range of exciting flora and fauna. More info...

  5. Jock Safari Lodge

    Situated in the heart of Kruger National Park, the superb Jock Safari Lodge offers a true African safari experience deep in the African bush on a 6,000 hectare private concession. More info...

  6. Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

    Set within 75,000 hectares of safari park, Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is situated on a rocky outcrop in the heart of the Madikwe Game Reserve in the North West Province of South Africa. It’s the perfect place for a South African safari adventure; offering guaranteed spotting opportunities for the region’s Big Five as well as 300 resident and migratory bird species. Getting here is around a four-hour drive from Johannesburg. More info...

  7. Shamwari, Eagles Crag

    Eagles Crag is nestled in a valley and provides the ultimate luxury for the most discerning of travellers. Offering an authentic South African safari experience, it looks out onto a cliff face and riverbed, surrounded by dense vegetation. The ideal location from which to enjoy a safari experience, its appeal lies in its remarkable backdrop. As well as the chance to experience safaris and gaming, Eagles Crag offers large viewing decks, perfect for spotting birds. There's also a library, lounge and gift boutique, and a luxury spa offering a wide variety of personalised treatments for when guests simply want to relax and indulge. More info...

  8. Kariega Settlers Drift

    The family-owned Settlers’ Drift is an intimate boutique-style lodge that combines the traditional experience of staying in tented accommodation with 5-star luxury, for a unique jungle holiday. It offers a tranquil location tucked away in a remote part of the Kariega Wildderness, on South Africa’s famous Garden Route from Cape Town to the Sunshine Coast, an 80-minute drive from Port Elizabeth and 10 minutes from the coastal village of Kenton-on-Sea. To access the lodge, it’s a 1.5-hour-long drive from either Durban or Port Elizabeth airport, then a short boat transfer down river. More info...

  9. Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

    Set within the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, in the south-west of Kruger National Park, Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge boasts luxurious accommodation and excellent service, plus the chance to see Africa's "big five" – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant – as well as 200 other animal species, all in their natural habitat. More info...

  10. Pumba Water Lodge

    Located in South Africa’s malaria-free Eastern Cape, Pumba Water Lodge offers luxurious but eco-friendly accommodation in breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, and unrivalled game-watching opportunities. This is the place to spot the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant) as well as the possibility of seeing the White Lion and over 250 species of bird. More info...

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