Shiduli Private Game Lodge

  • Guest Rating: (5)
  • TGCSA Grading:
  • Guesthouse, Bed & Breakfast, Game Lodge
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The Lodge exudes African charm combining gracious living with the fun of a bush experience with its large diversity of wildlife such as elephant, lion, cheetah, as well as a wide spectrum of bird-life and abundant fauna and flora.

Spectacular African sunsets can be enjoyed while sipping sundowners at a waterhole or enjoying the delight of a short hike to a lookout point high above the savannah for breathtaking views of the mountainous terrain. As nocturnal sounds begin, the pulse quickens in anticipation of a night drive.

Central facilities include an open air dining room, luxurious lounge and two bars. The lodge specialises in state of the art conference facilities for discerning business people requiring privacy and serenity.

Entertainment is offered in the form of traditional African dancers, bush and boma dinners as well as a traditional South African pool-side barbecue.

Facilities at the Lodge include:
- Satellite television
- Swimming pool
- Pool bar, lounge and interior bar
- Telephones
- Secretarial services

Activities:

Your bushveld adventure includes open vehicle game drives and bush walks with our experienced rangers.

Shiduli Lodge offers you:
- Sundowner cocktails
- Bush walks
- Teambuilding
- Bushwise adventures
- Corporate games
- Birdwatching
- Tree identification
- Cheetah Tracking
- Horse Trails
- River Rafting
- Sleep Outs
- Traditional African dancers
- Bush and boma dinners
- Traditional South African pool-side barbecue

Cancellation Policy:

30 days prior to arrival - 25%
29 - 15 days prior to arrival - 50%
8 - 14 days prior to arrival - 75%
0 - 7 days prior to arrival - 100%

Facilities & Services:

Elderly
Self-Braai / Barbecue
Bar on the Premises
Dining room
Restaurant
Fireplace on the Premises
Garden
Parking (off-street - covered)
English
Other Language
Communal Television
Communal Satellite TV
Swimming Pool
Directions:

By air:
Daily flights from Johannesburg. Transfers are done from the airports to Shiduli Lodge.

By road:
From Johannesburg take the N4 towards Nelspruit, take Belfast, turn off left. Follow the Dullstroom, Lydenburg, Origstadt signs. 12km after JG Strydom tunnel, turn left onto R36 towards Tzaneen.
Continue for 24 km, Shiduli Lodge situated on the right.

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Units and Rooms

Relax in one of the charming suites, all en suite with private veranda or simply allow the myriad of waterfalls at the poolside to lull the senses.

Shiduli Lodge, sleeps 42 guests, allowing maximum privacy and attention at all times:
16 Double and twin bed Rooms with bath/shower
2 Family Rooms with bath
3 Luxury Suites with 2 bathrooms/shower and lounge

Latest Reviews

Good value for money, staff work really hard to give guests a good experience watching game.


Wiebe De Vries Jan 2014

Fanstastic week end. I saw a lot of animals with ranger Moven. Unique experience !!


Cecile Duboz Nov 2013

We had an amazing time, definitely worth going to.


Louise Hall Aug 2011

The reception was nice, the room was clear, nice and very clean. The swimming pool and the seats in the garden were very inviting. Meals were ok.But of course the greatest surprise was the safari, including a moment of rest with a drink and a snack (twice). The guides were friendly, but obstinate to find the game at the same time. It was very exciting.


Yves Knockaert Aug 2008

The game reserve has one very good quality and that's its staff, excellent staff and so happy and kind. Personally I was very disappointed in the accommodation standards even though I was very kindly moved to upgraded accommodation as my room was lacking modern facilities.

The game drives were good, but needed a covered jeep for the hot weather. Our rangers were helpful, experienced and friendly.

On the whole we had a good time, but would have liked more entertainment in the evening and the cooking was awful.

Because of the friendly atmosphere, if the place was upgraded and a bit more lively, I would definitely come back.


Thorne Mar 2008