The Djuma Galago Camp private wilderness lodge is suitable for families and smaller groups of friends travelling together.
Travellers enjoy having their ranger and vehicle at their disposal to explore the magnificent bushveld of Sabi Sands and greater Kruger National Park.
With its five en-suite bedrooms, this self-catering lodge can accommodate up to ten guests at one time. Guests have the opportunity to tailor-make their African bush experience while enjoying a luxurious, most comfortable safari.
Three luxury chalets are made up of two family units for four guests and a third cottage in which two guests can be accommodated. The Galago Camp rooms provide en-suite bathrooms to offer air conditioning. For self-catering, both indoor and outdoor cooking facilities are available. Travellers may bring their beverages and cook supplies to this self-catering lodge. A chef can be arranged before arrival should guests make the request.
The main building at Galago is a converted bush house which features an outdoor swimming pool as well as a garden. A tracker and guide, as well as a private wildlife viewing vehicle, are available during guests' stay to ensure a memorable safari experience. Additional quarters for guests’ staff including pilots, chefs and guides are also open.
With its ideal location in the heart of the African bushveld, guests explore on exciting safaris the wild and untamed surroundings of the camp in search of the 'Big Five' and other free-roaming wildlife. Lions, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes and elephants can be encountered during the guided morning and evening safari drives.
On specially designed safari drive vehicles, professional game rangers and trackers take guests out into the wilderness. A thrilling walking safari can also be enjoyed after a hearty breakfast in the morning led by an experienced ranger.
This allows visitors to take a closer look at nature and to discover the smaller creatures which live here such as the chameleon perched on a tree branch and the many thousands of birds.
With no fences between Sabi Sands, Djuma Bush Lodge and the Great Transfrontier National Park, wildlife encounters are at its best in this region of South Africa. Djuma 7000 hectares are blended well into the vast ecosystem which wraps around the eastern corner of South Africa.
With its name derived from the Shangaan word meaning 'roar of the lion', a great diversity of wildlife can be encountered here in its natural and undisturbed habitat.