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5 Days Naledi Game Lodge Wildlife Safari in South Africa
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Lodge Safari in South Africa

Naledi Game Lodge is a luxury safari experience that embraces the best of African wildlife safaris and hospitality. Join them for a five-day itinerary that will surely leave you wanting for more. The rhythm of a day on safari follows the rhythms of the bush: rising early for your first game drive, relaxing from mid-morning to mid-afternoon, then getting active again with another game drive as evening approaches.

Key information

  • Group and private safari possible, rates will vary depending on this
  • Minimum group size: 2 persons
  • Maximum group size: 10 persons
  • Children policy: Children of all ages are welcome to join the game drives, but must be older than 12 years old to join the bush walks
  • Starting point and ending point: Naledi Game Lodges
  • English speaking guide
  • Park fees are not included; Naledi Game Lodge's gate fees are 92 ZAR per vehicle once-off and 195 ZAR per guest conservation fee (subject to change)


  • 2 game drives per day
  • See the big five and other wild species
  • Explore Naledi's private reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park
  • Daily walk with a tracker, if requested by the guests
  • Transportation in an open sided 4x4 vehicle
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Tea, coffee, and bottled water
  • 4 nights accommodation


4 activity days
Group size: 2-10 participants
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Among Naledi Game Lodge’s charms is the variety and flexibility of their idyllic accommodation. Whether you are a honeymoon couple, a trio of traveling companions, or a family group with grandparents and young children, Naledi will have the ideal suite (or combination of suites) for you.

Leadwood Suite

Named after one of the most majestic bushveld trees, Leadwood Suite offers maximum privacy. It overlooks a small seasonal waterhole and places you completely within a tranquil bush environment. Besides all of Naledi’s standard luxury amenities, Leadwood’s particular features include:

  • An expansive private wooden deck with recliners set around your own private plunge-pool
  • Two magnificent bedrooms (Leadwood “A” and Leadwood “B”) separated by your own covered patio and private lounge space
  • Two substantial en-suite bathrooms – one for each bedroom
  • Your choice, in each bedroom, of either a king-size bed or two three-quarter size beds

Paperbark Suite

Named after the beautiful Paperbark Acacia tree, Paperbark Suite overlooks classic bushveld scenery and is often commended for its delicious atmosphere of tranquility. Besides all of Naledi’s standard luxury amenities, Paperbark’s particular features include:

  • A king-size bed
  • En-suite bathroom
  • In addition to your en-suite bathroom, a glorious and entirely private outdoor shower (there being few things as satisfying as a steaming shower beneath the African stars)
  • Your own private patio-deck with recliners

Marula Suite

Named after the wild tree that bears the bushveld’s most delicious fruit, Marula Suite gazes over a low valley toward one of the waterholes, with its coming-and-going of elephants and other game. Besides all of Naledi’s standard luxury amenities, Marula’s particular features include:

  • Shared en-suite bathroom
  • Two adjoining bedrooms
  • Your choice of a luxury double bed or two three-quarter size beds per bedroom
  • Your own private patio-deck

Rock Fig Suite

This brand new suite is named after a fascinating and valuable African tree that clings to rocks. This exclusive suite sits in its own secluded, private position, nestling among trees, circled by a wooden deck directly overlooking the dry river bed. Besides all of Naledi’s standard luxury amenities, Rock Fig’s particular features include:

  • A luxurious en-suite bathroom that will take your breath away. Choose between languishing in a luxurious bath whilst overlooking the views from your window, an indoor shower looking out over your private piece of the African bush, or enjoy experiencing an entirely secluded outdoor shower under the African stars.
  • This luxurious suite gives you the indoor / outdoor feel, from sitting in your lounge area to lying in your king size bed, enjoying the views overlooking your private wooden deck with its own infinity plunge pool


A day on a wildlife safari with Naledi

The big five, and indeed most of the other wild species, are at their most active in the early morning and late afternoon. These hours are also the most atmospheric for game viewing from an open vehicle. So, the rhythm of a day on safari follows the rhythms of the bush: rising early for your first game drive, relaxing from mid-morning to mid-afternoon, then getting active again – with another game drive – as evening approaches.

The schedule that follows will give you a sense of the daily rhythm at Naledi during the African summer months (October through to April). In winter (May through to September), all the scheduled times shift forward half an hour; so, you would, for example, be woken up at 5:30 a.m. for your game drive, instead of 5:00 a.m.

  • 05:00 There’s a discreet knock on your door from your lodge manager to suggest it’s time to wake up for your game drive.
  • 05:45 You gather with fellow guests in the lounge area to enjoy tea or coffee with cookies before your game drive.
  • 06:00 You depart on your game drive in an open safari vehicle, with your expert Naledi guide at the wheel and a tracker riding up front. Typically, the atmosphere at departure is both expectant and congenial. There will be at the very most seven other guests on your vehicle, so it’s an entirely natural and easy space in which to chat with fellow guests.
  • 09:00 You’re home for breakfast – ideally with some delightful game sightings stored both in your mind and on your camera.
  • 09:30 Breakfast is served on your lodge’s main breakfast deck. Seated around a single large table, guests share their impressions from the morning drive.
  • 10:30 With breakfast over, you might wish to relax until lunchtime in one of the game hides, take a game walk, enjoy a spa treatment, or just bliss out beside the pool with a good book.
  • 14:30 Lunch is served.
  • 15:30 You depart on your afternoon-into-evening game drive. Midway through this drive, your guide will pull over into a scenic spot; here, you’ll disembark from the vehicle for sun-downers and snacks, and might survey one of the exquisite sunsets. Later, driving through the fragrant bushveld dusk, your guide or tracker will use a power-lamp to reveal passing game. Should you so wish, your guide will also pause and momentarily switch off the lights and engine to enhance your experience of the glittering African starscapes and the deep stillness of the bush at night.
  • 20:00 You’re home from the evening game drive, in good time to freshen up before dinner.
  • 20:30 Dinner is served, with fine cuisine and pleasant company making this meal a memorable experience in its own right.

Notes: Balule Private Reserve entry fees (a per vehicle fee and per person conservation fee) are not included in the price. While these fees are generally regarded as being very moderate, they do change from time to time, and cost-conscious guests should send an inquiry to Naledi Game Lodge to ascertain the exact amount.

Private bookings of safari vehicles are also not included in the price. If you would like to book a private safari vehicle for exclusive use by your party, please contact Naledi for rates and terms.


Located in an exclusive private reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park, Naledi Game Lodge offers its exclusive bush lodge, with three secluded suites set in atmospheric Kruger bushveld, overlooking a dry river bed and a watering hole. The reserve holds high natural densities of Africa’s big five and the Naledi Game Lodge provides a perfect base for guided game-viewing from open safari vehicles.


During your stay, you will be provided with daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as tea, coffee, cookies, and bottled water.

Naledi’s cuisine is crafted by dedicated professional chefs who regard every dish as a showpiece for their talents and take personal pride in announcing their multi-course creations to the assembled diners.

They have no routine menus; their dishes range widely across European and African culinary styles, with a frequent fusion of both continents. Ingredients are sourced fresh from local markets and their salads in particular are noted for their verve and variety.

For Halaal or special diets, such as gluten-free and vegan, Naledi take pleasure in ensuring both the integrity and the gourmet quality of your meals.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
  • Other dietary requirements on request
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

  • Relax in one of the game hides
  • Bliss out beside the pool with a good book
  • Enjoy a spa treatment
  • Take a game walk

What's included

  • Morning and evening game drives
  • Daily walk with a tracker, if requested
  • Services of a guide and tracker
  • Transportation in Toyota Land Cruisers during the game drives
  • Breakfast, lunch, and three-course dinner
  • All bottled water, tea, and coffee
  • 4 nights accommodation

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Alcoholic beverages, juices, and soft drinks from any of the bars or en-suite mini-fridges
  • Balule Private Reserve entry fees (a per vehicle fee and per person conservation fee)
  • Curios
  • Gratuities
  • Laundry
  • Reserve entry fee (92 ZAR per vehicle once-off and 195 ZAR per person conservation fee - subject to change)
  • Private bookings of safari vehicles

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Air Force Base Hoedspruit (HDS), Hendrik Van Eck Airport (PHW), or Nelspruit Airport (NLP). Transfers from and to these airports are available at additional prices.

For flights for international travelers, the Greater Kruger National Park is the best-served major wildlife reserve on the African continent. From South Africa’s major international airports in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban, flights depart daily for the three airports that serve Kruger - Hoedspruit, Phalaborwa, and Nelspruit.

Naledi’s lodges are a 45 minutes drive from Air Force Base Hoedspruit (HDS), a one-hour drive from Hendrik Van Eck Airport (PHW), and a two-and-a-half hours drive from Nelspruit Airport (NLP). Naledi offer a pick-up and drop-off service for all three airports, for an additional fee which they will gladly quote you.

Arrival by shuttle

The drive from Johannesburg or Pretoria to Naledi takes five to six hours, including rest breaks, and gives the traveler many interesting views of South Africa’s highveld landscapes.

A comfortable, affordable road-travel option is provided by Ashtons Kruger Shuttle, which runs daily between Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport and the Greater Kruger National Park. Naledi will ferry you to and from the Ashtons drop-off point near Naledi, and can, if you so wish, arrange the booking with Ashtons on your behalf.

South Africa’s airports and tourist centers are served by a number of world-class car rental companies. Should you wish to drive yourself to Naledi, this is also possible. Please send an inquiry for road directions.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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