Offering 16 well-appointed thatched en-suite chalets – each with its own private viewing deck overlooking the river – accommodation at Madikwe River Lodge consists of three double rooms, six spacious family rooms, six twin rooms and one luxury suite.The secluded split-level chalets at Madikwe River Lodge are set in the cool tranquillity of a riverine forest and each unit has been beautifully decorated with the elements, colours and textures of Africa. In-room facilities include ceiling fans and luxury bathroom products, while the luxury suite has the added allure of a separate lounge and a delectable outdoor shower.Madikwe River Lodge is a child-friendly destination and prides itself on offering various options to parents travelling with tiny tots – from additional sleeper couches to cots.
In Madikwe River Lodge’s public areas, facilities such as a charming boma, a comfy lounge, a small conference area and an airstrip are on offer, and due to the fact that the North West province is known as outdoors country, guests are treated to a wide array of game-viewing adventures. What’s more, the area’s wonderfully mild climate just adds to its appeal. Birding enthusiasts will be thrilled to hear thatMadikwe River Lodge is a birding paradise (some 350 resident and migrant species can be found here), and that numerous birding venues are part and parcel of the offering.
Then there are the game drives with qualified, armed Madikwe River Lodge rangers, who will not only show you some of the most spectacular South African scenery, but also help you to spot the wonderful wildlife in the area.
With a choice between guided game rives on open Land Rovers, self-drive game viewing and guided wilderness walks, guests at Madikwe River Lodge are bound to experience some of Africa’s most sought-after safari sightings at Madikwe River Lodge including the Big 5. Other species include the highly endangered African wild dog, and the aardvark and caracal.