About Rhulani Safari Lodge
Rhulani Safari Lodge offers five star bushveld accommodation in the Madikwe Game Reserve, which is situated in the North West Province of South Africa. Under the control of "Operation Phoenix", the largest game translocation in the world, the reserve was established to restore farmland to its former natural environment.
The adventure begins the moment you arrive at Rhulani Safari. An unforgettable welcome awaits you at the main lodge, and as Rhulani means "relax" the staff at Rhulani will make sure your holiday is just that.
Succumb to the peace and tranquility of this spectacular setting. Enjoy total privacy and your own plunge pool while you pamper yourself in the spacious luxury of your chalet.
Rhulani is made up of 7 luxurious en-suite chalets, each with spectacular views of the bush, indoor and outdoor showers, air-conditioning, mini bar and a private deck and plunge pool.
There is one luxury two bed roomed family suite with private deck, lounge area, plunge pool, two en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor shower, air-conditioning and mini bar.
Children of all ages are welcome at Rhulani.
There are a wide range of games for the children to keep themselves occupied with, as well as a T.V and dvd player which can be installed into the chalet or family room.
Babysitters are also available should parents wish to go out on a game drive alone and if need be, meals for children may be arranged for different times to those of the adults.
Dining alfresco under the exquisite African night sky, around a roaring fire is the perfect way to end a perfect day. Traditional Southern African cuisine is complimented by a selection of world-class local wines.
Experience day and night game drives in the malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve where the Big Five, Cheetah and the endangered Wild Dog can be viewed or experience the peace of the wilderness on a guided walk. Guests typically encounter three to four of the Big Five in a single game drive and are also likely to see the endangered Wild Dog and Cheetah.
Guests will be able to experience the positive results of 'Operation Phoenix', the largest translocation program of wildlife ever attempted, where 60 000 animals of many species were settled in Madikwe Game Reserve.