A beautiful lodge with a heritage spanning over 40 years, Safari Lodge is scattered around the spacious rolling lawns dotted with aged Aloes, replanted from different areas on the farm, as well as Scented Thorn Trees providing a beautiful backdrop to the setting.
Rondavel-style rooms all face the constant watering hole nestled under the magnificent Amarula trees quenching in the thirst of the Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Impala, and Kudu. This watering hole is also lit at night giving a possible glimpse of animals roaming around in the dark..
Safari Lodge offers:
* Private viewing deck
* Mosquito nets
* Full self-catering
* Telephones in rooms
* Serviced daily, including amenities and bath robes
* Air conditioning in all rooms
* Swimming pool with loungers
* Three different dinner venues with Restaurant, Boma or Bush
* Lunch on request
* Internet at Tree Lodge reception
* Safe at Safari reception
* Hairdryer at reception
* Laundry service
For the children there is a play park area, to keep up with youthful energy release while parents can absorb the breathtaking scenery. The pool loungers at Safari Lodge`s swimming pool are the perfect retreat to do some bird watching from.
There is a variety of different styled rooms at Safari Lodge, all of them with our trademark glass paneled sliding doors, allowing not an inch of nature escaping without being noticed by the guests from within the rooms.
* Twenty Four Rooms
* Double or Twin beds
* Ten family rooms
* Four two-sleeper rooms with shower
* Five four-sleeper rooms with shower and bath
* Five four-sleeper rooms with shower, bath and outside shower
Another option is rooms (a select few) which have a bath and an inside as well as outside shower, extending the nature experience yet another step further.
All rooms are fully self-catering, possessing a fully-equipped kitchen. Each room has its own patio with comfortable furniture to spend as much time as possible out of doors.
This natural paradise sprawls across a 1500 ha and boasts over 450 species of bird, as well as a wide variety of game, including white rhino, giraffe, wildebeest, and most species of buck.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Drives
Experience one of South Africa's oldest and third largest Game Reserves in our open game drive vehicles. The reserveIs well-known for having the largest Rhino population on earth and the reserve is also home to Africa's BIG FIVE.
Ubizane Wildlife Reserve Game Drives
Enjoy the splendors our beautiful reserve has to offer in an open game drive vehicle hosted by one of our qualified field guides. Expect to see White Rhino, Giraffe, Zebra and a numerous array of plains game and a myriad of birds.
From Johannesburg - approx. distance 560km
Proceed from Witbank freeway (N4) towards Middelburg.
At Middelburg take the N11 to Ermrlo. At Ermelo take the R29 to Piet Retief, Pongola, (the R29 becomes the N2) to Mkuze and Hluhluwe. Take the Hluhluwe/Sodwana Bay off-ramp. It is also signposted as Zululand Tree Lodge.
At the top of the off-ramp turn right onto the P453 over the N2 fluover. Travel a further 2.5km and you will see the
Ubizane Wildlife Reserves entrance gate on your left.
From Durban - approx. distance 276km
Proceed on the N2 North, past Tongaat, Stranger, Empangeni, Mtubatuba and Bushlands to Hluhluwe.
Take the Hluhluwe/Sodwana bay off-ramp. It is also signposted Zululand Tree Lodge.
At the top of the off-ramp turn left onto the P453. Travel a further 2.5kmand you will see the Ubizane Wildlife Reserves entrance on your left.