Lodges and attractions in the northern section of the Kruger National Park
Ruins of the ancient city of Thulamela suggest a technologically sophisticated society existed in today's north Kruger a millenium ago. Found to the west of Pafuri, there are daily guided visits
Mind-expanding modern design maximises 180º panorama over river & plains dotted with baobabs. Enjoy the view from bath or balcony. Remote, peaceful, private. Privileged access to gorges & forest.
This trip is life-changing. Immerse yourself in the spectacular beauty of the far north of the Kruger, exploring on foot vast, epic and remote landscapes . Set-date four-day trails based in a remote trails camp depart twice weekly from April-October.
Increased effort to reach the far north is rewarded with a large private area blessed with magical scenery, bird life & animals. Baobab trees dot floodplains surrounded by shady springs and fever tree forests. Now with scheduled flights.
Tranquil northern haven built from Ranger's house. Exclusive use with vehicle and guide to explore baobab groves, fever tree forest, Lanner Gorge. Self catering but chef available. Pre-arranged walks. Full Moon Trail.
Luxurious refurbished lodge in 24,000 Hectare Pafuri/ Makuleke concession. Privileged access to Lanner Gorge, fever tree forest, Limpopo river. Spacious Levuhu riverbank suites with private decks, visiting elephants in camp, leopards on boardwalk
Impeccable new, exclusive-use lodge on Luvuvhu river bank with a spectacular floodplains view. Luxury, off-the-grid retreat. Excellent big baobab and fever tree Makuleke traversing. Private chef, guide and vehicle.
Kruger’s far north is tranquil wilderness, ideal to explore on foot, but mind large ellie and buff herds on the floodplains. Unique flora includes baobab groves and fever tree forest. The gorges and springs are stunning, birding the best in the Park