The Outpost Lodge
The Outpost Lodge is a secluded architectural beauty in the remote, beautiful far north of the Kruger National Park, offering the safari experience of a lifetime.
About the Lodge
The Outpost comprises one large main building and twelve stand-alone living spaces set against the side of a hill overlooking the Luvuvhu River, all connected by a half kilometre long walkway made of Zimbabwean teak. The contemporary design of each Space makes use of concrete and steel with retractable remote controlled screens which may be opened to offer 180-degree views of the river valley below, or closed depending on the weather. The living area of each Space comprises an outdoor terrace with daybed, indoor lounge and bedroom with king-size bed under mosquito netting. The award-winning en-suite bathrooms offer full views of the surrounding bushveld, or can be screened off for privacy.
The main facilities include the two lounges, pool, indoor and outdoor dining areas set on a huge wooden patio with magnificent views. All meals are prepared by a local chef for an authentic and delicious culinary experience.
- Accommodation in Bush View Suite
- Full Breakfast
- Two game drives daily
- Wi-Fi in central area
- Conservation fee of R180 per stay
- Kruger National Park gate fees of R200 per adult, per day and R100 per child, per day
- Personal expenses
- Additional activities
- Valid for travel until 30 September 2021
- Advertised rate applicable for bookings 14 days prior to arrival only
- For advance bookings, a special rate of R3,690 per person, per night
- Other room types available, please contact us
WHY WE LIKE IT
- Italian born architect Enrico Daffonchio designed The Outpost. Using simple, clean lines and combining elements of steel, concrete and open space, the unashamedly contemporary design of The Outpost emphasises its beautiful surrounds but blends and preserves the wilderness that is its home.
- The area measures 26,500 hectares and is home to large herds of elephant and buffalo. The mountainous terrain is attractive to leopard and the region has resident prides of lion.
No, but massages can be organised
Children from 10 years old are welcome