Chisomo Safari Lodge overlooks the Makhutsi River, tucked deep in the Big Five Karongwe Game Reserve within the Greater Kruger Park in Limpopo, South Africa. Offering an unrivaled African Safari experience, Chisomo Safari Lodge guests can expect a warm atmosphere, professional and friendly staff and fine cuisine to compliment the excellent Big Five game viewing.
Guests enjoy early morning and late afternoon safaris in open 4×4 safari vehicles conducted by experienced guides and trackers. Traversing over the 9000 hectares of supreme African bushveld, Chisomo is home to the Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino and Elephant) as well as a wealth of other creatures. Our open vehicle game drives are perfect for game viewing… and don’t forget to enjoy a sundowner while the sun sets over the magnificent Drakensberg Mountains.
The magnificent game viewing makes for perfect photographic opportunities; enjoy the view of the Lowveld from a “kopje” amid the lush vegetation, huge variety of trees and over 365 different bird species. Game drives are conducted with qualified game rangers and Shangaan trackers – who will share their vast experience of the African Bush and a chance to view cheetah on foot. Guests may also choose to go on foot for a game ranger escorted bush walks and get close to the “little five” (elephant shrew, rhino beetle, red-billed buffalo weaver, leopard tortoise and ant lion) and draw your attention to the hidden charms of the African bush.
The friendly staff at Chisomo Safari Lodge ensure that guests are given personal attention and service at all times. During the day, guests may relax at the pool or retire to one of the beautifully decorated lounges. The Management and Staff of Chisomo Safari Camp are dedicated to excellence, striving to ensure that each guest leaves with wonderful memories of an unforgettable Safari and the realization that our natural environment and our heritage must be conserved for future generations to come. We endeavor to create the awareness of our responsibility towards the protection and restoration of our rapidly diminishing natural wild lands.