Nestled in the heart of Nambiti Private Game Reserve is where you’ll find Springbok Lodge. The Nambiti Private Game Reserve is a 20,000 acre Reserve located between Ladysmith and Newcastle in KwaZulu Natal, and is home to the Big 5 as well as Cheetah, Hippo and over thirty species of plains game which roam freely through the extensive grasslands and thornveld which mirror the plains of Central Africa.

The Sundays River, which provides an abundance of water through the Reserve, creates a unique sanctuary attracting several rare bird species and an enviable array of raptors and vultures. Escape to this pristine wilderness; relax and celebrate nature, her beauty and the small moments with us. Wake to the calls of the wild and enjoy picture perfect moments under the glorious African sky. Superb accommodation at Springbok Lodge is offered in 21 elevated, luxurious, safari style air conditioned en suite tents with an open air outdoor shower.

The Lodge also boast a state of the art 30-seater conference venue – where else can one conference, with a group this size, and have the Big 5 right on your doorstep? Springbok Lodge is a great choice for a “value for money” stay.

Activities offered at Springbok Lodge include Game Drives, (Two scheduled Safaris (game drives) per person per day are included in the rate.)

Guided Birding walks within the fenced area.

• MALARIA FREE!

Bass fishing (catch & release) (seasonal) in the reserves well stocked dams.

Day trips (guided or self-drive) can also be arranged to the nearby Battlefields and many Drakensburg attractions.

On site Massage and Spa Treatment facilities

Wi Fi (no charge)

Secure undercover parking (off site).

Laundry Service.

2 x Wheelchair accessible tents and lodge fully accessible

• Light Lunch (buffet) • Dinner- 3 course set menu. • Breakfast (cold buffet and hot to order) • Tea and Coffee and homemade Biscuits available all day.

Wedding facilities for a maximum of 40 guests.

ACCREDITATIONS
  • AA Superior Lodge (since 2009)
  • Member of Portfolio Collection (since 2009)

Springbok Lodge is easily accessible from the N3 route Johannesburg and Durban bound.