The Royal Madikwe Safari Lodge offers guests a memorable luxury safari experience for couples, families or groups of friends who seek to enjoy the natural splendour of the untamed African bush. Five-star service, lavish accommodation, gourmet dining combined with exciting and adventurous safari drives make for the best setting for a safari adventure. Set in Madikwe Reserve the lodge is one and bit hour flight or a four and a half hour drive away from the OR Tambo Johannesburg International Airport.
Royal Safari lodge is famous for encounters with the endangered wild dogs and cheetah while of course lions, leopards, buffaloes, rhinos, as well as elephants can also be admired here.
The lodge offers guests two Luxury Suites which feature double beds in a romantic setting, an ideal haven for couples who are celebrating a wedding anniversary, enjoying their unique honeymoon or just enjoy a romantic retreat. The Luxury Suite with a twin bed is perfect for friends or older children, and an additional bed can be added if required.
Luxury Suite features:
This spacious family suite can accommodate two adults and two children in adjacent rooms. Set on the second level of the Main Clubhouse area, this accommodation option in the Madikwe Game Reserve is ideal for parents with young children or specialised staff including nannies, butlers & pilots. No private viewing deck or plunge pool is available, but these can be used at the central Clubhouse area of the lodge.
Clubhouse Family Suite features:
The lodge's spacious Royal Villa accommodates ideally two adults in the master bedroom and two children in the kid's room which feature two separate twin beds.
Royal Villa features:
Located in the malaria-free Madikwe game reserve of South Africa and featuring spacious family suites to accommodate kids of all ages, the Lodge is an ideal safari destination for families.
Children staying at this beautiful safari lodge in the heart of the African bushveld may participate in an exciting children's program during which fun activities are on offers, such as arts and crafts, baking, animal tracking as well as African beading and storytelling.