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South African Safari Lodges Holidays


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Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Wellness Retreat
You’ll be enchanted by this Relais & Châteaux property, which offers discerning guests the magical combination of luxury, relaxation and exploration. ...
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Lodge view and deck at Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape

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Kwandwe Private Game Reserve
Set in 20,000 hectares of malaria-free and untamed bush, Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is a luxurious base from which to see some of Africa’s most impr...
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Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve
Perched on the top of a hill overlooking a natural waterhole and in close proximity to the Sand River, Leopard Hills is a sanctuary exuding luxury and...
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Londolozi Private Game Reserve
This outstanding reserve is at once luxurious, yet sympathetically, and ethically, in tune with its surrounds. Londolozi is the Zulu word for prote...
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Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge
Sister property to Leopard Hills, this luxurious game lodge is set overlooking the endless bushveld of Madikwe Game Reserve. All 11 suites are dotted ...
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Main Lodge Pool Area at Molori Safari Lodge

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Molori Safari Lodge, Madikwe
Meaning “to dream” in Setswana, the impressive Molori Safari Lodge sits in a privileged position deep within the Madikwe Game Reserve in north-western...
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Royal Malewane, Kruger National Park
Easy to reach from Johannesburg yet almost impossible to leave, Royal Malewane is bush chic defined. Resplendent in its crisp, white linens and celebr...
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Shamwari Game Reserve
Shamwari, situated in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, is one of the few malaria-free game reserves. With five eco-systems and an enormous conservati...
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Pool at Singita

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Singita
Singita has five superlative lodges to choose from in South Africa, all very different in style. Within Sabi Sand are Singita Castleton, Singita Ebony...
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Ulusaba Private Game Reserve
It doesn't matter whether you're celebrating a milestone birthday with family and friends or escaping city life with your partner; Ulusaba, Sir Richar...
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South African Safari Lodges Overview


Top of the list for many discerning travellers is a luxurious safari experience; the perfect marriage of two extremes of lifestyle – nature in the raw including the ‘Big Five’ and some of the most luxurious lodge-style accommodation, finest cuisine and most attentive personal services in the world.

What to do and when to go on Safari

Days on safari are long, varied and full. The un-holiday-like pre-dawn early starts are well worth getting out of bed for, because you’ll see animals about their daily routines before the heat of the day calls them to the shade. During that same heat you can rejuvenate with a spa treatment, laze by the pool, relax in the privacy of your fabulous suite or, if you’re feeling energetic, perhaps take to the bush on a walking safari. Having eaten your fill of a fabulous breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea it’s time to head out on a late afternoon game drive for more awe-inspiring sights and sounds.

Stopping for sundowners is a traditional highlight of game drives but one that never ceases to delight, the sounds of the bush seemingly amplified as the last vestiges of the sun’s warmth and light are finally lost below the horizon. As you drive on in darkness lit by moon and starlight there are still animals to be seen, spotted by the sharp eyes of your ranger or tracker. Finally the glow of your lodge’s lights welcomes you to a fine bush dinner, over which the day’s sightings are discussed, before you retire for the night, in eager anticipation of that next wake-up call.

Safaris can be enjoyed year round and favoured times vary slightly from country to country but the dry season, in South Africa, May to August, is often best because the bush is less dense and animals are more likely to utilise watering-holes, making memorable sightings much easier and more frequent. You could choose to incorporate a safari into a longer itinerary - or you could combine a few days in the bush with the white sand beaches of Mozambique or Mauritius.

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