Bush Lodge can be found above an open valley providing guests with a fantastic view. Five luxury safari tents, each equipped with an expansive wooden deck and a private plunge pool, comprise this 5-Star lodge. Bush Lodge offers a relaxing and lavish base for you to explore the Amakhala Reserve from. The reserve is a renowned Big 5 destination, and is ecologically diverse with five out of seven of South Africa’s biomes. The wonderful Bushman’s River flows through the reserve and makes for a remarkable view.
Bush Lodge allows guests to experience a true South African safari adventure in absolute luxury and style. Lavish lodging and the wild African bushland will ensure guests have the holiday of a lifetime.
Here, discreetly tucked between the treetops, is an intimate lodge of wood, canvas and thatch – the perfect base from which to explore this rustic slice of the African wild. In addition to the lodge’s sumptuous lounge, bar and elevated outdoor boma. Private plunge pools, on-site therapists and alfresco double showers set the tone for a focus on comfort.
Each of the eight private rooms offers en-suite facilities, a private lounge and climate control. The Big 5 are all found in Amakhala Game Reserve as are a variety of birds and diverse vegetation.The scenery is truly spectacular and guests are invited to enjoy the landscape from every possible angle – including sundowner canoe safaris and a cheese and wine boat cruise.
The Amakhala Game Reserve is vast and diverse, hence why a number of safari activities are available to you. Activities include game drives, conducted by trained guides, which take place in comfortable, open-top safari vehicles. As well as this, bush walks are available, where close encounter animal sightings are guaranteed.
River cruises are an excellent activity for those wanting something unique! River cruises take place along the Bushman’s River where guests can observe animals who call the riverside home.
Birding safaris are available for bird lovers and the clear African skies are perfect for star-gazing. Also, guests will have a chance to visit The Born Free Foundation and the Amakhala Art and Craft Centre.