About The Orpen Kruger
The Orpen is a modern safari lodge located just steps away from the Kruger National Park and Manyeleti Game Reserve in the Greater Kruger region, and is known for its remarkable wildlife encounters and al fresco bush boma dinners. The …show more
Accommodation options at The Orpen Kruger
ChaletsMin 1 guest - max 2 guests10 Chalets
Featuring private patios that open up to lush bush views, your standalone room offers an exceptional and indulgent experience. Each of our 10 rooms is luxurious…
from R 2650 / per-person-sharingenquireWiFiTea & Coffee StationOutdoor ShowerHairdryerAirconditioning in bedroomOutdoor TubSHOW ALL AMENITIES
- Daily breakfast
*Dinner and game drives at an additional cost
Activities at The Orpen Kruger
Game Walksmore info
Game Drivesmore info
How to get there
The Orpen Kruger
The Orpen Gate, Welverdiend, 1380
Check in at The Orpen Kruger
13:00 on day of arrival
Check out at The Orpen Kruger
11:00 on day of departure
Frequently asked questions
Is there a pool at The Orpen?
Does The Orpen have a restaurant?
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Special outdoor bath
Beautiful room surrounded by nature. Amazing location right next to the Kruger Park. The food was amazing and the outdoor bath was a special experience.
Everything was wonderful, position, services, meals, and game drive.
Great new lodge
Very nice, new lodge with nice Chalets, which are very nice and modernly furnished. Especially was the service of the staff who were helpful in every way
The Orpen Kruger impact highlights
Tourism in the Kruger plays a pivotal role in preserving the natural environment, and contributing through conservation fees is an essential aspect of sustaining this ecosystem. The funds generated from these fees directly support wildlife protection initiatives, anti-poaching efforts, habitat restoration, and community engagement projects. By choosing to pay conservation fees, visitors actively participate in the long-term preservation of the Kruger's biodiversity, ensuring that future generations can continue to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of this iconic destination. These contributions aid in maintaining a delicate balance between tourism and conservation, fostering sustainable practices that safeguard the unique flora and fauna of the Kruger National Park and its surrounding areas.
The Orpen actively contributes to conservation efforts by supporting the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. Through organized tours and support, guests at The Orpen have the opportunity to engage with and contribute to the vital work undertaken by the rehabilitation center. Moholoholo plays a crucial role in rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing injured and orphaned wildlife, including many species indigenous to the Kruger region. The tours offered by The Orpen not only educate visitors about the challenges faced by local wildlife but also directly contribute to the funding needed for the rehabilitation center's operations. By participating in these tours, guests not only enjoy a unique and educational experience but also play a tangible role in the conservation of the region's biodiversity. This partnership exemplifies how responsible tourism can make a positive impact on local ecosystems and wildlife conservation.