Jackalberry Game Lodge
is situated in the Thornybush Game Reserve
in the Limpopo Province.
More than 60 species of wildlife are found on this vast reserve including lion, leopard, buffalo, cheetah, rhino and elephant as well as several delightful and unusual species of fauna and flora.
Explore the African bush on foot and from the back of an open safari vehicle. Discover the animal world, from the smallest termite to the tall and elegant giraffe, from the cute dwarf mongoose to the moody buffalo.
The majestic Northern Drakensberg Mountains provide a spectacular backdrop to the understated luxury found at the Big Five Jackalberry Lodge in the Thornybush Game Reserve, Limpopo Province, South Africa.Facilities at Jackalberry Game Lodge include:
- Morning and afternoon/evening game safaris
- Walking and birding safaris can also be arranged as Jackalberry is a paradise for bird-watchers
- Swimming Pool
- Curio Shop
- Internet and Satellite TV are also available
- Open-air dining area or around the fire in the bomaChild Policy
Children welcome however, children under the age of six years are not permitted on Game Drives.Accommodation at Jackalberry Game Lodge:
The luxury accommodation for up to 16 guests creates a restful ethnic
ambience in harmony with nature. Attention to detail and true South African hospitality will charm guests and leave them with a true sense of real beauty and warmth. Every sense is indulged in the chalet style rooms with en-suite bathroom, air conditioning and patios offering comfort and sheer decadence with African flair.
In room facilities include, Telephone, Hairdryer, Tea/Coffee Station, Safe, Guest Amenities, Mini Bar, Air-Conditioning, Mosquito Nets, Private patio.
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Clothing & Accessories:
Jackets for evenings, Camera Binoculars, Comfortable walking shoes, Insect repellant, Sun Screen, hat & batteries.
Health & Climate:
In summer (October to March) temperatures range from 16deg. C to 38deg. C and in winter (May, June & July) from 5deg. C to 26deg. C. Summer days and nights are generally hot and humid outdoors while winter days are mild and very comfortable with evenings and early mornings being cold.
Please note that this is a Malaria Area.