Lukimbi Safari Lodge
The main Lukimbi Safari Lodge building welcomes you with its sweeping staircase and artistic fireplace with creatively engraved animals. Our tasteful lounge overlooks the Lwakahle River where animals often come to drink, and the bar nearby has an award-winning wine list and cellar.
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Overview
The main Lukimbi Safari Lodge building welcomes you with its sweeping staircase and artistic fireplace with creatively engraved animals. Our tasteful lounge overlooks the Lwakahle River where animals often come to drink, and the bar nearby has an award-winning wine list and cellar. No detail has been omitted in our unusual African boma, a favourite outside fire-lit venue. We also move our tables around in and outside our elegant restaurant and on our stunning deck, so you can enjoy different views on different days – a detail our guests often remark upon. Our library has a collection of both non-fiction and fiction available to guests as well as a computer station for their use.
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Rooms
Though the service throughout Lukimbi Safari Lodge is unrivaled, for that extra privacy, and additional space, the ultra-luxurious King Cheetah and Giant Eagle Owl suites are recommended. They have: a separate bedroom; dining area; larger lounge; main bathroom with huge ‘shareable’ bath; an inside and outside shower; a second bathroom; and private pool with wooden deck, where elephants quite often stop by for a drink. A must for any special celebration or spoiling!
Enter the classic suits and enjoy your proximity to nature with high windows, a well-appointed bathroom overlooking the trees and river, and your own private deck extending from your lounge. You can’t feel closer to the bush without actually being in it.
Feel spoilt with a spacious bath, inside and outside shower and separate toilet. All suites have air-conditioning; a fan; safe, gauzy, romantic mosquito nets; tea and coffee facilities; and a mini bar. Even with children sharing the room, you can luxuriate in the space and atmosphere.
Low Season: 8th Jan – 19 Dec 2021:
Classic Suite from US$515.00 per person sharing.
Premier Suite from US$570.00 per person sharing.
Peak Season: 20th Dec 2021 – 7th Jan 2022:
Classic Suite from US$570.00 per person sharing.
Premier Suite from US$639.00 per person sharing.
Please treat all pricing as a guide only:
• Rates quoted above are based on Low Season rates
• Our rates are per person per night unless we note differently
• All rates are subject to availability at time of booking.
• Our best rates for accommodation are available in our customized packages
• Children Under 12 are not permitted
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Inclusions
• Accommodation in en-suite
• Tea and Coffees
• 2 game drives
• Safari walk.
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Exclusions
• Ulusaba runway fees
• Bar bill
• Soft drinks
• Telephone and fax calls
• Items of a personal nature
• R77 Kruger National Park entrance fee.
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Amenities
• Tea/coffee facilities
• Overhead fan
• Safety deposit box
• Separate shower & bath
• Serviced daily
• Mini bar
• Laundry service
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Facilities
• Baby sitting
• Business facilities
• Covered parking
• Curio shop
• Outdoor swimming pool
• Room service
• Safety deposit
• Wi-fi (in the lounge)
• Wine cellar
• Conference Facilities
Lukimbi Safari Lodge Activities
Since Lukimbi Safari Lodge is bounded by three major river systems, the extensive 15 000 hectare area offers a diverse array of habitats, from grasslands, to wooden areas and lush riverine thickets. No 4×4 safari is ever the same or predictable. It’s about being at the right place at the right time, with the right people to show you where to look. Safaris go out mornings and afternoons. An incomparable way to get in touch with Africa. Safaris take place twice daily on our private roads, the first leaving in the early morning and the second in the afternoon. Off-road driving is permitted under strictly controlled circumstances.
After breakfast, guests can join qualified guides on a bush walk, which is not more than two hours. This is a great opportunity to see some of the smaller creatures and plants up close, not to mention some of the larger wildlife in their own environment.