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Northern Kruger National Park

Spend 3 nights at a luxury lodge with one of Africa's iconic views, in the isolated Northern Kruger Park.

Duration

3 Nights

Location

Northern Kruger National Park

Package

Safari, Honeymoons

Style

Upmarket

The lodge is set in the remote northern part of Kruger National Park. Resting high on a hill encompassed by stunning vistas of the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers. As far away as you can get from the crowds. This 26,500ha concession, belonging to the Makuleke people, boasts nearly 80% of the Kruger Park’s biodiversity. The Makuleke Region falls in the epicentre of the Great Limpopo Park, which comprises Kruger National Park, the Gaza National Park in Mozambique and the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe meaning that this luxury Kruger Park lodge is in an ideal location. This visionary park has become a reality and guests are able to visit the Mozambican and Zimbabwean parts of the Peace Park without requiring visas and without having to exit the Peace Park. Pafuri is arguably one of the most scenically beautiful and diverse wilderness areas in the Kruger National Park. Immerse yourself in the beauty, splendour and stillness.

The Outpost

Luxurious accommodation suites provide magnificent panoramic views of the untamed bushveld and river.

The Outpost’s design is one of the clean and bright lines using a combination of elements including steel, concrete and open space. This current design highlights the attractive surroundings while preserving the wilderness surrounding it. Designers and architects alike have ensured that prudent water management and operative sun-orientation has been implemented to minimise energy consumption at this unique safari lodge in the Kruger National Park.

The twelve open-plan luxurious accommodation suites provide magnificent panoramic views of the untamed bushveld and river. Special touches include Nguni cowhides on the ottomans and bright pillows allowing guests to soak up the wonders of their surroundings while appreciating the luxury of their en-suite suites.

The luxury spaces are joined to the main building by an attractive walkway made from Zimbabwean teak. For honeymooners, the most private and romantic Honeymoon Suite awaits where guests enjoy tranquillity and romance throughout their stay.

The main building is an embodiment of the Lodge with its open space and expansive views. Overlooking the outdoor swimming pool, guests can relax on the terrace with luxurious daybeds and comfortable chairs provided by the lodge.

The modern bar defines the lounge and dining spaces while the room, with its impressive array of books, is the ideal place for a good read.

The Kruger National Park makes for the most fascinating and memorable safari encounters a guest can ask for

Breakfast and lunch may be served in the dining area or at a picnic while guests are out on a safari. Dinner is served in the enclosed courtyard or on the swimming pool deck enabling guests to enjoy the majestic stars.

Rejuvenating massage treatments are available in the privacy of the guests’ suites. The spectacular vistas from the suites combined with the relaxing massage treatments make for an out-of-this-world combination of comfort, wellness, and beauty.

An incredible 26,500 hectares of some of the wildest and most biologically diverse areas of the Kruger National Park makes for the most fascinating and memorable safari encounters a guest can ask for, whether via safari drives or on walking safaris.

Meanwhile, the area’s rich historical and cultural heritage is quickly investigated by guided visits to Crooks Corner and the Thulamela archaeological site overlooking the Luvuvhu River or by a visit to the Makuleke Village.

Guests are taken on safari drives in the early morning and then again in the late afternoon which leads into the early evening. The safaris are accompanied by qualified and experienced guides in open 4×4 safari vehicles. These thrilling drives through the reserve are not restricted to the public roads in the Kruger National Park and therefore mostly take place on tracks formerly reserved for the use of park officials.

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