Impodimo Game Lodge has earned the coveted 5-Star rating through its extraordinary location and design. Set along a rocky ridge commanding stunning panoramas of the Madikwe Game Reserve, this spectacular lodge is also positioned at the source of a natural spring. It’s the elevated views and riverine serenity that make this the perfect place to indulge in South African luxury, while getting closer to the “Big Five” in malaria-free environment.
From empowering local children to raising orphaned rhinos, Impodimo Game Lodge is proud to support the surrounding community and, by simply being a guest, you are part of the sustainability model. Come and experience a blend of service and style that will have you planning repeat visits!
All ages are welcome at Impodimo. The kiddies program is tailored to be fun and educational. Each child receives a personalized welcome pack with goodies and activities to do in between safaris. Children over the age of 6 years are welcome on game drives, while younger ones can go on a ‘kiddies bumble drive’, which is shorter and aimed at holding their attention.
Carved out from the hillside, there are eight glass-fronted suites and one self-contained deluxe double suite. Each of these spacious suites has been carefully positioned to ensure absolute privacy and uninterrupted views of the savannah.
These two suites share a private pool, central lounge, dining area and kitchen. Each suite features:
Daily indulgences include a sumptuous brunch at the pool lapa on return from your morning game drive, high tea in the afternoon overlooking the African bush, and the finest Pan-African cuisine for dinner in the open-air boma. Share your adventures while sipping a nightcap around the fire.
Madikwe Game Reserve is 75,000 hectares of unique topography and breathtaking beauty that borders Botswana. It is home to the “Big Five”, the Painted Wolf (aka African Wild Dog), Cheetah, Brown and Spotted Hyena, as well as a colourful variety of large mammals and bird life. At Impodimo guests are offered multiple ways to connect with nature …