General

Buhala Lodge is an enchanting colonial style thatch roof lodge, situated on the Southern banks of the Crocodile River.

The ample outdoor veranda space, provides all guests an opportunity to relax and dine outside while admiring gorgeous views of the Kruger National Park, and all the wild life splendour it has to offer. Members of the Big 5 are frequent visitors to our property along with hippo, crocodile and many antelope species.

The lodge is a family owned and run business which focusses on guest comfort and relaxation paired with all the luxury you would expect.

A fully licenced restaurant and bar is situated at the main building. Buhala Lodge is well known for fine cuisine and our exceptional wine list showcasing only the finest South African wines. Meals are served either al fresco on our veranda, or in our gracious dining room and the whole ambience is one of casual elegance.

Dinners are served as set three course menus with at least two options for every course each night. Menus changes daily and will be on display in public areas from mid morning. We gladly cater for special dietary requirements.

Cancellation / Prepayment

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ALL PAYMENTS ARE ONLY REFUNDABLE AT THE RESORT MANAGER’S DISCRETION 

TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION S.A. CANCELLATION POLICY: 

  • No show or cancellation within 14 days of stay – No refund due. 
  • Cancellation between 15 and 30 days before stay – 25% of the deposit will be refunded.
  • Cancellation between 60 and 30 days before stay – 50% of the deposit will be refunded
  • Cancellation more than 60 days before stay – full refund. 

**NB**If you do not arrive on the date mentioned on your confirmation letter, your booking will automatically be cancelled, and your deposit forfeited. 

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • DStv Satellite TV
  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Linen
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • SPA
  • Towels
  • TV

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