The Outpost overlooks the Luvuvhu River in the northern reaches of the Kruger National Park.
The Outpost Lodge offers 180 degree views of the Luvuvhu River, where it provides luxury accommodation in the Kruger National Park. Twelve stand-alone units that are connected by a half kilometer long Zimbabwean teak walkway form the hallmark of this luxury safari lodge. The open en suite bathrooms with breathtaking views deliver further affirmation of this stylish establishment which, despite its remote location, is at the top-end of luxury.
At the Outpost, you can lounge on your private outdoor terrace on the daybed, go swimming in the lap pool, explore the library or even take a picnic at the riverside. The fine cuisine can be served in the main dining area, the enclosed courtyard or next to the pool.
The lodge is located in the northern wilderness of the Kruger Park, on a concession some 28 000 hectares in size. Game drives in this magnificent slice of Africa will leave visitors amazed at the amount of wildlife and the variety encountered. A long or short game drive can be undertaken in the mornings or afternoons, while bush walks take place in the areas inaccessible to vehicles, such as Lanner Gorge.
From O R Tambo International Airport, guests fly to Phalaborwa and are transported to the Outpost via the Punda Maria gate for their luxury Kruger Park safari. The Outpost is characterized by its sprawling views of the Luvuvhu and Limpopo rivers. The units are linked by a 500m Zimbabwean teak walkway, indulging every guest with inimitable privacy and panoramic views - even whilst relaxing in the bath or brushing your teeth.
The lodge's location in the north of the park means that your open-air 4x4 game drives will be far more exclusive. Kruger is Big Five country, and the lack of development in the north means that the wildlife here is still, truly, wild. Laze afternoons away in the pool or enjoy a sundowner at the bar. Dinners are lantern-lit and hosted in the outdoor boma.
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