This is to me the best Safari Lodge there is in Africa. The renovation is fabulous and the added bar and terrace are stunning.

For people who are not as experienced Safari goers there is one Thing to have in mind. There are much MUCH less Jeeps around than in nearly any other reserve in Africa. So the game drives are more private we spent a week and never crossed a single other car. This also means that it is incredibly wild and while there are the same amount of big cats it does take much more efforts to track them, as you rely on much fewer spotters. If this is your first Safari and you want to just tick-the-box, then you should rather go to Sabi Sand, or combine the two. But the tracking is a lot of fun as well.

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