Tshukudu Private Game Reserve borders the world renowned Greater Kruger National Park and combines home comforts with the exciting Big 5 safari experience (Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Leopard and Buffalo). The lodge has magnificent views of the Drakensberg Mountains and offers close encounters with some of the rehabilitated orphaned animals in their natural habitat.
Tshukudu where exclusivity is assured covers 3800ha of prime Bushveld and is situated close to Hoedspruit in the Limpopo Province.
Each of the spacious air-conditioned chalets/rondawels/family units/luxury tents are named after the raised and rehabilitated animals of Tshukudu.
Provision has been made in certain units to accommodate the access of wheelchairs facilitating the disabled or elderly.
Buffet style breakfasts and light lunches are served on the thatched veranda and showcase South African dishes prepared from fresh local ingredients. Evening buffet dinners are often enjoyed seated around a roaring fire in the African Boma, under the stars. Traditional venison dishes also feature on this authentic South African menu.
Recliners under a canopy of thatch beckon guests to enjoy shady relaxation around the pool, which is also a prime vantage point for game viewing. A waterhole lies just beyond the perimeter of the Lodge and attracts various antelope species, elephant and buffalo. Indulge in the peacefulness of the African Bush while our trained staff brings you your favourite cocktail to enjoy.
Each day guests are offered the opportunity to experience our Nature Reserve on foot. Bush Walks provide a unique opportunity for nature lovers and adventure seekers to experience the amazing African wildlife up close. Each bush walk is led by a highly qualified, enthusiastic, Game Guide ensuring guests safely experience this unique experience.
Our highly skilled Game Guides will accompany guests in the morning and early evening in open 4x4 game drive vehicles. Their extensive knowledge and training ensures that your game experience will be unforgettable, exciting and informative. This private reserve is known for its close encounters with a vast variety of game including the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino). In addition, all game drives on the reserve coordinate their game viewing activities which ensure the best of sightings.
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Each en-suite unit is equipped with a shower, minibar, coffee and tea-making facilities as well as a safe. Amenities are replenished daily. Hairdryers and international plugs can be obtained from the Reception desk.
Tshukudu Game Lodge Activities: DAILY ITINERARY
05:45 Wake Up Call
06:15 Tea / Coffee & Confectionaries
06:30 Morning Bush Walk
09:00 Morning Game Drive (2 hours) booked additionally
11:00 Check Out
14:00 Check In
15:45 Afternoon Tea
16:00 Afternoon Game Drive (3 hours)
19:00 Afternoon Game Drive Back At Camp * Pre-Dinner Drinks
19:30 Boma Dinner
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