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Mfubu Lodge & Gallery
Mfubu lodge & gallery is a small secluded lodge on the banks of Olifants River in the unspoiled wilderness of Africa. It is part of the 40 000 ha of private Balule nature reserve.

The Main Camp nestles under the green canopy of indigenous trees in full view of the river.

Three thatched timber chalets on stilts are connected by aerial walkway with two bathrooms (hot and cold water, two showers, one bath), lounge with bar, dining area with braai and fully equipped kitchen with microwave, fridge, freezer, stove and all crockery and cutlery.
R590.00 pps

  • Mfubu Lodge & Gallery - Dining/braai area
  • Mfubu Lodge & Gallery - Stone cottage
  • Mfubu Lodge & Gallery - view over the river from small swimming pool

Facilities & Services:

  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Dining room
  • Other
  • Bar on the Premises
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Garden
  • English
  • Swimming Pool
  • Other


Each chalet has electricity, twin beds, mosquito nets, chest of drawers, ceiling fan and own deck.
Two sparkling swimming pools in the midst of tropical garden offer a refreshing dip.

The Stone cottage is thatched with own bathroom en suite, braai and a long river bank to view. A high wooden bridge leads across a deep gully to an inviting swimming pool in the middle of the bush.

Mfubu Lodge & Gallery Activities:

Activities include:
bush walks with experienced ranger,
day game drives to Kruger National Park,
boat safari on Olifants River,
game drives in open Landrover in the game reserve.

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Mfubu Lodge & Gallery Guest Review

Average Guest Rating: 
  5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review.

This was the best stay I ever had in nature and in the Kruger area. Mfubu lodge is great and the owner very friendly and professional. The Stone Cottage was beautiful and had everything you could wish for! A great place to get away from city life and just chill and enjoy nature and the animals (we had a leopard and hiena) go past our cottage!!
 Reviewed by ilse trautmann on 18 June 2019