Explore the Wild: Discover the Beauty of the Kruger National Park
Mhelembe Lodge is the culmination of many a year’s dreaming of living alongside Kruger Park wildlife. This lodge shows the influences of our worldwide travels and has resulted in an idyllic retreat where one can sit back and enjoy the serenity of the fish eagle calling in the morning, the hippos grunting during the day, and visits from elephants while enjoying sundowners in the boma, designed so that you feel as if you are immersed in the greater Kruger area and overlooking the Sabi River. For bird lovers (and even those not quite into bird-watching), the number of birds visiting Mhelembe lodge is quite staggering.
Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s main game reserves, located in northeastern South Africa. The Big 5: lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalos are among the many wild animals found there. Hundreds of other mammals, as well as various bird populations such as vultures, eagles, and storks, find their homes here. The terrain includes mountains, bush plains, and tropical forests. It is located in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa and occupies an area of 19,485 km2.
Mhelembe Lodge is a self catering holiday home in Kruger Park sleeping four guests. Both bedrooms are furnished with a King-size bed and have an en-suite bathroom. The main en-suite has a bath, shower, toilet and basin. The second bathroom and guest cloakroom has been fitted with grab rails and there is access to a special shower chair. The lodge has been designed with wheelchair access in mind, thanks to our friend who is a paraplegic, and it is one level from garage to terrace and pool area. There is a comfortable open plan living kitchen and living area with a dining table and a breakfast bar with bar stools. There is air conditioning, Wi-Fi and a TV with satellite channels.
Experience an open game vehicle African Safari in one of the world’s most beautiful national parks. Elephant Point can arrange a game drive with a very reputable and professional operator. Well trained guides are at the beck and call of each client and are always prepared to go beyond the call of duty. They will share with you their vast knowledge of the bush as well as historical and indigenous experiences of the local communities.