Hi! We are preparing for a safari trip in Kruger National Park, South Africa in April. Now we are searching for accommodation. I know there are some very good campsites in the park. I was told there are rest camps as well as some small lodges. I’d like to talk to someone who stayed at one of those camps. What are the best luxury lodges in Kruger National Park?
There are some really luxury lodges in Kruger National Park but their price is higher, there is a famous 5-day tour that implies staying at best lodges only and you can take such a tour. It includes staying at Hoyo Hoyo Tsonga Lodge (one of the best lodges definitely) as well as Singita Lebombo Game Lodge. Tsonga lodge got its name by the tribe Tsonga. So, in spite of the luxury of the lodge, there are elements of tradition in its style and that’s the best combination. This lodge consists of 6 huts that are equipped with everything you need on your trip.
I don’t see why you have to stay at luxury lodges. You might have Hyatt in the midst of wilderness but wilderness will remain what it is. You travel to Africa to experience the unique authentic atmosphere of the jungle and not to feel at home. The point is not to remain the same habits when you travel to such a distant land. The point is to try to live their way of life and to try their traditional food. Otherwise, you’ll never get to know other people’s way of life. If you insist on staying at a luxury lodge, in that case I agree that the above-mentioned lodges are one of the best.
Staying in Kruger National Park or one of the surrounding private game reserves is ideal during a visit to South Africa. The safari and game lodges range from artistically elegant to super luxurious with en-suite bathroom facilities. The expert game rangers whisk you off on game drives and walking safaris, tracking the wildlife in their natural habitat.
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