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Toro Yaka Bush Lodge Reviews & Information

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Activities, Sports & Leisure

  • Morning bush walks
  • Game drives
  • Birding watching
  • Spa treatments.
Massage treatments
  • Aromatherapy
  • Reflexology
  • Shiatsu
  • Swedish massage
  • Indian Head massage.
Nearby attractions and activities
  • Kruger National Park
  • Moholoholo Animal Rehabilitation Centre
  • Khamai Reptile Park
  • Hot Air Balloon flights
  • Panorama Route
  • Horse Riding
  • White Water Rafting
  • Boat trips on the Blyde Dam or the Olifants River
  • Mafunyane Tribal Village.


Check in and Check Out Times
  • Check in: 14:00
  • Check out: 10:00
General Services
  • Airport transfers
  • Concierge services
  • Housekeeping service
  • Individual climate controlled room
  • Massage treatments
  • Safari drives
  • Tours & Transfers on Request
  • Wake-up call
  • Walking safaris

Available Rooms


# Rooms:

With only six chalets, privacy and tranquility are ensured during a stay at this lodge.  The spacious chalets offer air conditioning, private decks and are equipped with ceiling fans and mosquito nets.  The en-suite bathrooms offer inside and outside showers, separate toilets and double basins.  

Room features:

  • Air-conditioning
  • Ceiling fans
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Inside and outside showers
  • Double basins
  • Separate toilets
  • Mosquito nets
  • Private decks.
Single Room R4300
Double Room R6630

GPS Co-Ordinates

Latitude: -24.20010

Longitude: 30.888374


This lodge in the Greater Kruger National Park is accessible either by self-drive, private transfers or flights. The flights are available with SA Express and SA Air Link to Hoedspruit, Phalaborwa and Nelspruit. The closest airports are Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa.

Directions from Gauteng:

Follow the N4 towards Nelspruit.
Take the Belfast off ramp and drive through Belfast, Dullstroom, Lydenberg and Origstad.
Go over the Abel Erasmus Pass, through the Strydom Tunnel and on to Hoedspruit.
Once in Hoedspruit, turn left at the four-way stop onto the R40 towards Phalaborwa.
Approximately 17km from the four-way stop; turn right into the Olifants West gate entering into the Balule Nature Reserve.
A reserve entrance fee is payable at the gate. Once inside, turn immediately left into Marula Lane.
The road runs along the fence for approx.
500m before it turns away from the fence to the right.
Follow this road until a 4-way intersection is reached.
Turn right onto Sable Road and continue straight until the Toro Yaka sign on your right.
The drive along the dirt road is approximately 7km and can be done in any car.


On site parking facilities are provided for guests.

Star Rating

4 Star