A mere two hours drive north of Johannesburg and Pretoria and you’ll find yourself in the tranquil heart of the bush. Pilanesberg National Park is home to the gargantuan shapes of Africa’s giants - elephants, rhino and buffalo. If you’re fortunate, you may catch a glimpse of the stealthy leopard or lion, stately king of the bush. Wild country indeed, but without the risk of malaria.sdd If you do head this way, be sure to check in at Bakubung Bush Lodge.
Our 76 air-conditioned, thatched roof, studio rooms and 66 chalets curve into a horse-shoe around the outside entertainment areas, huddling visitors in cosy intimacy. All rooms have DStv, direct dialling phones, en-suite bathrooms, electric shaving plugs, coffee/tea making machines and a hair dryer
Your wildlife experiences are best shared at a blazing campfire, while you marvel at the spectacle of innumerable stars at our exclusive Boma Lapa in the park. Set out on an African safari into the Pilanesberg National Park. You can either brave it on foot, or seek asylum from the sun under the canopy of a game watching vehicle.