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September 15, 2011

Buffalo Thorn Lodge

Buffalo Thorn Lodge is nestled in the heart of Black Rhino Game Reserve, within the Pilanesberg National Park, only 30 kilometres from Sun City, in the heart of the South Africa’s North West Province, a malaria free area.

Buffalo Thorn provides the ultimate escape from busy schedules, with five luxury thatched chalets accommodating just ten guests. The main entertainment area comprises a Dining room, TV Lounge, Reading Lounge, Games Area and a fully equipped Kitchen. Outside in the boma, you can relax around an African fire, listen to the sounds of the night and stories told by your experienced game ranger, star-gaze or sit under cover at the dining table and bar.

Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives as your ranger shows you the big and small species of the African bushveld. Game viewing can also be done from the comfort of loungers around the pool and Jacuzzi, as many species of birds, small animals and even some of the big five have been spotted from the deck.

We pride ourselves on giving you a memorable wildlife experience.

Buffalo Thorn Lodge is:
• Fully serviced by our staff of seven

And it includes as part of the rate:
•       All game drives
•      All daily conservation fees

Extravagant luxury has never been this affordable and accessible…

The rates are R 7500.00 per night (mid week) and R 10 500.00per night (weekends, school holidays and public holidays) for the lodge.
The lodge accommodates only 10 guests (including children.)

The rate includes the rent of your own self catering 5 star Game lodge on Black Rhino Game Reserve, Pilanesberg National Park.

As well as two game drives per night stay, fully serviced lodge by the staff, daily gate fees, tea and coffee in the rooms.

Buffalo Thorn Lodge is rented out exclusively – thus there will be no other guests at the lodge at the time of your booking.

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