Simbavati Hilltop Lodge
Kruger National Park
per person per night sharing
*The rates are indicative only and subject to seasonality and availability
Rates Include: Accommodation, all standard meals, two game drives per day, selected drinks (selected spirits, house wines, local beers and soft drinks)
Rates Exclude: Other drinks (see above*), private transfers, gratuities, laundry service, other items of a personal nature, conservation levy (which may be prepaid), and the vehicle entry fee of R 140.00 only payable at the Timbavati Control Gate (subject to change without prior notice).
Beautiful views from the lodge
Situated within the world renowned and beautiful Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, which forms part of the Greater Kruger Park – Simbavati Hilltop Lodge guarantees an exclusive, authentic and unforgettable African Safari experience.
Enjoy magnificent views of the African Bush, the Nhlaralumi River and the distant foothills of the Drakensberg Mountain Range from the vantage point of the beautiful small koppie on which the lodge is situated.
Accommodation is a pure African safari experience and comprises of individual pavilion-style luxury tents, arranged to create a unique village feel. Each suite comprises two individual tents – one for the main bedroom, and a separate bathroom, which is linked by a passage that can be opened up on one side – allowing for an indoor or private outdoor shower experience. Privacy is guaranteed thanks to the careful placement of the tented-suites, ensuring a tranquil and intimate stay.
Location: Situated within the world renowned and breathtakingly beautiful Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, which forms part of the Greater Kruger Park.
Access: By road and air charter.
Accommodation: 8x Luxurious Safari Tents, offering King-size or Twin-bed options.
Activities: Game drives.
Season: All season
Age Restriction: Children 12 years and above are welcome.
Why we love this lodge:
- Accommodation is pure African safari.
- The lodge offers Big 5 game drive.
- Enjoy magnificent views of the bush, the Nhlaralumi River and the distant foothills of the Drakensberg Mountain Range.