Thornybush Game Lodge lies in the Thornybush reserve - next to the famous Kruger National Park – offering a five-star safari experience in the African savanna. This is the heart of the Big Five country and game viewing is rated as one of the best in Southern Africa! Come, explore and unwind.
About Thornybush Game Lodge
As the biggest lodge in the reserve, Thornybush Game Lodge’s Main Camp is great for hosting conferences and weddings yet it’s also perfect for couples who prefer a private atmosphere. Thornybush Game Lodge is lavish and elegant, and overlooks the seasonal Monwana River. It’s the perfect location for a classic safari in South Africa! The lodge is well suited for families as there are experienced babysitters on hand and children’s activities available. Game viewing is a pleasure here with everything from game drives, birding walks to photography excursions on offer.
Thornybush Game Lodge caters for children of all ages
Thornybush Game Lodge Accommodation
Depending on your needs, there are 2 family suites and 18 luxury suites on hand. The family suites boast a private deck and plunge pool – with a fantastic view – and has a sleeper couch that accommodates two children. The luxury suites use earth tones for the interior, providing a calming atmosphere. The en-suite bathrooms feature a double basin, large bath and indoor-outdoor shower.
Family Suites at Thornybush
Elegant bathrooms in the suites at Thornybush
Luxury Suites at Thornybush
Thornybush Game Lodge Activities
Dawn and late afternoon game drives to spot the Big Five (off road is possible as it’s a private reserve)
Spot-lit night drives with an experienced game ranger
Guided nature walks in the reserve
Children’s activities are available
Enjoy spa treatments
Hot air ballooning can be arranged
Enjoy high tea on offer
Dinner under the stars by the fire in the boma
Greatest Africa was founded in the Greater Cape Area of South Africa, and offers private wine tours in the exquisite Cape Region. Our exclusive tours are guided by boutique wine producer Richard Hilton, of Richard Hilton Vineyards, who is also the founder and MD of Greatest Africa.