Located in the open savannah plains of South Africa's Lowveld, Thornybush Game Reserve is a sanctuary of unfiltered wildlife, landscapes and deluxe hospitality. In the heart of Africa, the private reserve benefits from an unaltered part of South Africa. Local and international nature lovers consider the Lowveld of South Africa a must-do on their list of safari destinations due to its endless savannah landscapes and abundance of wildlife species. The classic image of lion prides lazing under the shade of a mopane tree is beaten by the sightings of these wildlife wonders during one of the many game drives into the bush, no two experiences being the same. A 5 hour drive from Johannesburg delivers safari-goers to the plains of Thornybush, expanding across an area of 14 000 hectares. With its collection of wildlife species and hospitable lodges, the reserve provides visitors with all they need for an authentic African stay in the bush. Thornybush Game Reserve is located near Hoedspruit, Limpopo. Bordering the Kruger National Park and Timbavati Game Reserve, the private game reserve enjoys a prime position amidst a diversity of wildlife. The vast open savannah plains are home to the big five as well as numerous other species in this active ecosystem. The various lodges that form part of the Thornybush Collection are spread out through the reserve, to ensure that each part of the region is equally appreciated. The luxury lodges provide the ideal setting for special occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, family holidays and even business conferences. Sunsets in the bush are a sight that will remain unparalleled for many days to come. In its prime position adjacent to the Kruger National Park, Thornybush shares the incomparable views of the harsh African sun finding rest under the arid horizon of the Lowveld.