Thornybush Game Reserve - South AfricaThornybush Private Game Reserve
is set in the heart of the rolling Lowveld savannah and is adjacent to Kruger Park in South Africa. Home to the Big Five and a variety of other African wildlife species, it has a near perfect year round climate, making Thornybush a perfect destination for a family safari.
Family Safari Holiday
These family safari lodges are for the family wanting value for money and comfort. Children's activities include specially designed game drives including a ranger in training' pack with set activities...
Premier Safari Lodging
These premier safari lodges are ideal for the discerning safari traveler wanting style and intimacy as well as an incredible safari experience. Thornybush Game Reserve boasts abundant game viewing...
Thornybush Game Reserve Safari Experience
The range of Thornybush accommodation options caters for most guests, from rustic comfort to exclusive luxury. Thornybush is also an excellent venue for conferences and offers a team building programme. It has a broad range of conference options
and is capable of hosting groups.
Warm African evenings under the stars make Thornybush Game Reserve your home away from the world. The sheer enjoyment of unspoilt nature, the invigorating air and the spectacular open vistas
will leave you relaxed and energized for your return to civilization.
Getting to Thornybush Game Reserve
Get to Thornybush
either by scheduled daily flight to Eastgate Airport, or charter a private aircraft directly into one of the reserves two airfields. Flights take about an hour. If you are coming in by road you will be travelling on a private shuttle or driving yourself. Drive time is between 5 - 7 hours depending on which Thornybush entry gate you are using.
Map of Lodges in Thornybush
If you are driving, this Map of Thornybush
will help you to see how to get there once you are on the R40 and show you where your lodge is inside the Reserve.
Things to Do
You can chill at your lodge, with your favourite cocktail, and watch the wildlife pass you by. Or you can participate in dawn and dusk safaris in an open vehicle with fully qualified rangers and trackers. Bush walks
are an option for the more adventurous.