This highly acclaimed region of South Africa is on the doorstep of the Kruger Park, the Blyde River Canyon, and the Panorama Route, which are some of the country's greatest attractions.
Riverfront chalets are blissfully private and overlook the fish-filled waters lined with lush reeds and tall riverine trees.
Game drives take place in the revered Big 5 Thornybush Game Reserve and include a drinks stop at sunset, while bush walks are conducted on Klaserie River Safari Lodge’s private property.
Klaserie River Safari Lodge is located in the Thornybush region in the Greater Kruger area. In a private reserve opposite the gate to the Thornybush Game Reserve, Klaserie River Safari Lodge occupies a plot on the banks of the Klaserie River.
This prestigious location is in the middle of the popular Greater Kruger safari hub of South Africa.
Within day-trip distance is the Kruger National Park (Orpen Gate), the Panorama Route, Blyde River Canyon, various endangered species centres, and thrilling outdoor activities.
The town of Hoedspruit is only 26km away and the local Eastgate Airport is only 16km away, making the lodge very easily accessible. Self-driving guests should be advised that while a sedan 2WD vehicle will suffice, an SUV-style 4WD may be more suitable for the journey.
11 Thatched chalets are located along the Klaserie River within a stone’s throw of the fish-filled water. Each room has a shaded wooden deck with chairs and a table from which to enjoy the view and the bird activity in the surrounding riverine trees.
A host of water-loving wildlife visits the papyrus-lined channel in front of guest rooms.
Two of the chalets share an inter-leading door, which is designed for a family travelling with children.
The accommodation is modern and comfortable with big glass windows to enhance the river views, and cool tiled floors throughout the bedroom and bathroom.
The swimming pools, bar, and boma area are situated close to the rooms allowing for effortless movement throughout the camp, and there are no fences to separate the wildlife from the lodge.
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