Nkorho Bush Lodge - Northern Sabi Sands Game Reserve
Nkorho Bush Lodge is situated in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve and shares an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park. An African Jewel, with a diverse abundance of wildlife. Set in a comfortable environment, Nkorho Bush Lodge offers a true safari experience extraordinaire whereupon guests become one with nature.
As your day draws to a close, feel the thrill as the nocturnal animals rule the night. You are lured to indulge in typical African cuisine around an open fire in a traditional Leadwood Boma. Retire for the night in stylish yet homely en-suite thatched chalets that offer comfort with a difference.
Nkorho Bush Lodge – Northern Sabi Sands Game Reserve – Information
Set in a comfortable environment, Nkorho Bush Lodge offers a true safari experience extraordinaire whereupon guests become one with nature.
As your day draws to a close, feel the thrill as the nocturnal animals rule the night. You are lured to indulge in typical African cuisine around an open fire in a traditional Leadwood Boma.
Retire for the night in stylish yet homely en-suite thatched chalets that offer comfort with a difference.
Afternoon/evening drive times will be discussed with you on checking in. You will stop for sundowner drinks and marvel at the surroundings and it's magic. On returning to the Lodge, feel free to freshen up and meet at the bar for a pre dinner drink.
To be spotted in the Nkorho area are rhino, leopard, lion, elephant, buffalo, hippo and crocodile, as well as various other general game, and more than 450 bird species.
Nature Walks: Walks are also included in your experience. Accompanied by your Ranger and depending on the time of the year, a walk is done either before breakfast (summer) or after (winter).
Natural colored clothing is recommended, along with a hat and comfortable walking shoes. Sunscreen and insect repellant should also be used. Remember the golden rule of treading into nature: Leave nothing but your footprints, and take nothing but pictures and memories with you.
• Children under 2 stay for free.
• Children under 12 years of age pay 50% of the adult rate
• Children under the age of 6 years are not allowed to participate in game drives
• No children under 16 years of age may participate in the bushwalks
• Childminders are available at Nkorho Bush Lodge, at an additional cost.
• Please note: that we do not supply cots, only beds, and parents bringing babies should thus bring their own cots.
• O R Tambo Johannesburg International - Hoedspruit
• Cape Town International - Hoedspruit
• Transfers to lodge are available
From Johannesburg, Continue onto N12
Merge onto N4 (Toll road), Take the exit toward R33 , Turn left onto R33
Turn right onto Steven Masango St, Continue onto R540, Continue onto Lion Cachet St
Continue onto Hugenoten St, Continue onto R540, Turn left onto R36
Turn left onto Voortrekker St/R36/R37, Turn right onto De Clercq St/R36/R37
Continue to follow R36, Continue onto R527, Turn right onto R531
Continue onto R40, Turn left - 2,8 km, Turn left - 140 m, Take the 1st right - 1,5 km
Turn left - 250 m, At Acornhoek turn in and travel through the main shopping area from there on it is clearly marked to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.
On entering the Sabi Sands please follow all the Nkorho Bush Lodge road signs.
GPS: -24.734000 (latitude) 31.597400 (longitude)
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What to pack:
- Comfortable light clothing for summer months, including a swimming costume.
- A very warm jacket for game drives during winter – conditions can be chilly!
- Walking shoes and socks.
- Sunhat, sunglasses and sunscreen (the African sun is harsh for the unprotected body).
- Camera and plenty of film/ memory space.
- A good book.
All meals, 2 game drives per/day, a daily bush walk with an experienced safari guide.
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Nkorho lodge was everything we wanted. Excellent wildlife experience, great accommodation and very friendly staff. We highly recommend Nkorho and we would like to thank Sally for recommending Nkorho lodge to us.