Arathusa Safari Lodge

South Africa

  • Owner operated lodge
  • Traditional safari experience
  • Big 5 area
  • Delightful infinity pool
  • Rich and varied landscape

Open: Arathusa Safari Lodge is open all year.

Location:  The lodge is in the northern sector of the private Sabi Sand Game Reserve which has an unfenced border with Kruger National Park.  

Rooms:  There are 9 standard rooms and 4 luxury rooms. All have an en-suite bathroom with bath, indoor and outdoor shower, and a private veranda. They are air conditioned and include a safe, minibar and tea/coffee maker. Luxury rooms are sited further from the main part of camp and have their own lounges and plunge pools.

Activities:  There are day and night game drives in the reserve, which is a Big 5 destination. You can explore on foot with a guided walking safari. This is a good area for bird watching.  

Facilities: The lodge has a large waterhole which can be seen from the central living area which includes an outdoor deck. There are reference books for guests to read and drinks are served here throughout the day. Breakfast and lunch are served on the deck and dinner is usually eaten in the boma around the fire. There is an infinity swimming pool. The Safari Spa offers a wide range of treatments.  

Dining:  Meals are taken communally on the deck and in the boma.

Children:  Children aged 12 years and older are welcome.

Health:  This is a malarial area.

Communication:There is internet access in the central area of the lodge. 

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Client Rating for South Africa 5/5 from 74 reviews

Arathusa was our highlight in every respect. The game drives were phenomenal with our ranger Carlton and tracker Rief being a great team. We had so many highlights every drive. The staff at the lodge were so friendly , the food was great and the accommodation excellent. We had elephants, hyenas, ikuda and others wandering through the camp at various times and saw the big 5 and lots of other wildlife on our drives.

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