Nkorho Bush Lodge, Kruger National Park, Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
Sabi Sand Game Reserve, the “birthplace” of sustainable wilderness tourism and development in Sub-Saharan Africa, loved by by guests and staff alike as a place of wilderness, wildlife and adventure. Home to the extensive Mpumalanga cross-section of wildlife, including the Big Five and various endangered species, the park also shares 50 kilometers of its unfenced boundary line with neighbouring Kruger National Park. Animals pass casually between the two parks, unhindered and abundant.
Nkorho Bush Lodge, located in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, as well as being an established African bushveld getaway – a comfortable nature-environment, where guests can take in some bird watching, or relax in the comfort of their chalets, all the time immersed in the bush experience that is Nkorho Bush Lodge.
Six en-suite thatched chalets are available for accommodation at Nkorho, hosting up to twelve guests. These four-star rated units include a hearty breakfast enjoyed under a thatched deck, dinner around a fire at the leadwood boma, bar facilities, a rock pool, and a laundry service.
To be spotted in the Nkorho area are local rhino, leopard, lion, elephant, buffalo, hippo and crocodile groups, as well as various other general game, and more than 450 bird species.
- Swimming Pool
- Game Drives
- Child Friendly
- Game drives
- Guided walks
- Night drives
Children of all ages are welcome.
Nkorho is situated in a Malaria area, so guests are urged to consult with their GP or chemist before planning their trip here.
Not included in the price are bar and curio shop expenses, as well as additional personal expenses.