Limpokwena Nature Reserve
is situated in an oasis of Fever Trees, Sausage Trees and the ever present Mopane Trees. Set on the banks of the Makalakwena and Limpopo Rivers, Limpokwena Nature Reserve has over 350 recorded bird species which would keep any keen birder occupied for hours by simply taking a stroll through the camp grounds.
Our lodge is best suited for family groups looking to get away for a while and regroup, or couples wanting to spend some quality time together in a tranquil and relaxing environment. Limpokwena Nature Reserve is a small, unassuming lodge that prides itself on simplicity and appreciating the wilderness from a new perspective. Take a game drive with our knowledgeable guide who will introduce you to the small intricacies of nature that often go unnoticed; track an elephant who may paid us a midnight visit; or take a night drive to discover the nocturnal life that surrounds us in our sleep with the chance at spotting Porcupine, spotted Hyena, or the ever elusive Leopard.
Relax, rejuvenate and unwind at Limpokwena Nature Reserve - bringing you closer to the Wilderness.
The lodge has 4 en suite chalets as well as a small family cottage.
The chalets consist of a queen sized bed and an en-suite shower and toilet facility. All the rooms are also equipped with air-cons and ceiling fans. The units are free standing, and surrounded by gardens.
Each chalet can be equipped with up to 2 additional twin beds per room for families, on request.
The family cottage consists of 2 rooms with an upstairs loft area and can sleep up to 6 adults comfortably. There is a bathroom and shower en-suite as well as a full bathroom with shower and bath facilities.
The kitchenette consists of a fridge, with a counter-top stove, and microwave. There is also a private braai area in front of the cottage.
The main lodge consists of a communal kitchen, which is fully equipped and can cater towards large family groups. There is also a communal lounge and dining room area.
There is also a communal swimming pool for the warm summer days.
Limpokwena Nature Reserve Activities:
- Game Drives
Limpokwena Nature Reserve Map:
Clothing & Accessories:
Summer is quite hot, so we would suggest cool cotton clothing. Bathing costume is also recommended.
For game drives or bush walks, we would recommend sun hats, sunblock, closed shoes as there are thorns, and a light jacket for the drive back to the lodge, at sunset.
For winter months, the mornings and afternoons can get quite cool, so we would suggest layers of clothing that can be removed as the days warm up.
Health & Climate:
Low risk malaria area - we would recommend mosquito repellent for the summer months.