Kingfisher Creek Lodge
Kingfisher Creek Lodge is a small intimate safari lodge located in the Guernsey Private Nature Reserve, 400 hectares of prime bushveld on the borders of the Greater Kruger National Park. The reserve is surrounded by big 5 reserves, therefore guests enjoy fantastic wildlife sightings as well as enjoy guided bush walks.
With the Kruger and Blyde River Canyon on the doorstep, the region has some of the best activity excursions available in the country, and guests are able to choose from a wide selection of experiences from game drives and hikes to boat cruises and hot air ballooning.
The lodge comprises of three luxurious tented suites and a secluded two bedroom cottage ideal for those who would like to be more dependent.
Accommodation options at Kingfisher Creek Lodge
Kingfisher Luxury Tented SuitesgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage3
The Kingfisher Tented Suites comprise two double suites and one family unit, each designed with guest comfort in mind. The family tent has two well appointed be…
from R 2210 / Per person per night sharingenquire
Kingfisher Creek CottagegroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage1
Popular with families, Kingfisher Cottage is a 2 bedroom cottage surrounded by lush gardens and fantastic bush views. The cottage is fully equipped for guests w…
from R 3000 / Per accommodation per nightenquire
The Rates Include:
Full breakfast and three course dinner
How to get there
Kingfisher Creek Lodge
140 Guernsey Private Nature Reserve, Limpopo, 1380, South Africa
Check in at Kingfisher Creek Lodge
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Kingfisher Creek Lodge
10:00 on day of departure
Perfect restful getaway
Kingfisher Creek Lodge offers a perfect restful, restorative break. Situated in pristine bushveld, the self-catering cottage is spacious, beautifully furnished and fully equipped. It has a lovely braai area and fire pit for evening braais and relaxation. We would return without a doubt.
Kingfisher Creek Lodge impact highlights
When Kingfisher Creek Lodge was designed, there were 2 main goals they wanted to achieve through this project. The first aim was to keep their footprint as low as possible, keeping as much of the natural environment in tact as possible. Their other aim was to work closely with their host community and get products and services from them, thus giving them the opportunity to benefit from the lodge too as well as reducing thier carbon footprint.