Skip to product information
1 of 5

Mdluli Safari Lodge

Pretoriuskop, Mpumalanga
R 8,140
Avg per night

Mdluli Safari Lodge is situated within the South-Western region of the Kruger National Park. It is accessible via a private road from Numbi Gate, which is the closest gate from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport. The lodge is located approximately a five-hour drive from Gauteng.

The lodge offers guests the opportunity to relax in luxurious tents, savor meals around the open flames of the boma fire, and spot wildlife from the swimming pool, deck, restaurant, and bar. Visitors can embark on Big Five game drives and walks accompanied by experienced guides.

Mdluli Safari Lodge is a sustainable tourism initiative and a proud partner with the local Mdluli Community, which receives direct and indirect socio-economic benefits. The venues at the lodge can accommodate up to 100 guests, and there are 50 luxurious tents available for guest accommodation.

The lodge promises an unparalleled experience, where guests can immerse themselves in the serenity of the African bush, sleeping under star-studded skies and waking up to the sounds of the animal kingdom before embarking on early morning game drives. Children aged 4 and above can participate in open drive safari experiences, and children under 12 can stay for free when sharing accommodation with their parents (maximum of 2 children).

Each custom-designed tent features an en-suite bathroom and can comfortably accommodate a family of four. The use of canvas and natural timber materials lends a true safari feel to the tents, while the interior palette draws inspiration from the tones and textures of the surrounding natural environment.

The ambience of the tents and main areas is created through a carefully curated fusion of raw timbers, canvas textures, and the authentic charm of Siswati tradition. Each area of the lodge is designed to foster a connection with nature, whether indoors or outdoors. The deck, restaurant, boma, and oversized infinity swimming pool are strategically positioned through their open architecture and proximity to the lodge's fence line, allowing guests to find tranquil spaces while observing herds of elephants or buffalo ambling past the adjacent river.

View full details