Game Lodge
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Accommodation in Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Djuma Vuyatela Lodge

Djuma, named from the Shangaan word meaning "roar of the lion" is renowned for the many predators that roam the area, as well as the abundance of general game and bird-life. Djuma is located in the prestigious Sabi Sand Game Reserve. There are no fences between the Sabi Sand and the Kruger Park, thus Djuma is incorporated into the vast Kruger Park ecosystem. The Djuma Game Reserve has access to 10,000 hectares (22,000 acres) of African savannah.

The chalets, with private deck, pool and detached sitting room, reflect local architecture. The cultural theme also runs through activities. Vuyatela is an expression of modern South African culture. You will notice that each of the buildings that make-up your chalet, or "Kaya" (Shangaan word for house), is built in a different technique.

Some of the "Kaya’s" have abstract patterns painted on the walls and others  even have domestic scenes painted on them. Each of the eight chalets or kayas is secluded in African bush. The bedrooms look out onto teak decks, which end in private plunge pools.

After the morning game-drive guests may accompany their Shangaan guide to his nearby village, where they will have the opportunity of interacting with his family and friends in a very authentic and contemporary African environment.

Room Description

Chalets: All 8 comprise bedroom, bathroom, air conditioning, overhead fan, mosquito net

Inclusions / Exclusions

Rates Included:
Luxury Accommodation. Two game drives per day. Optional walking safaris. Three meals daily. Tea & Coffee. All beverages excluding premium wines from our wine cellar. Laundry service. Road transfer from the Arathusa Airstrip to the lodge.

Rates Excluded:
Curio shop purchases. Premier wines-from our wine cellar. Telephone calls. Lodge transfers. Airport tax. Tourism levy of R10-00 per pereson per night. Treatments (Spa)

Extra information

Daily tours are offered to a nearby Shangaan village, where you will learn about the customs and traditions of the local people.

Check in after 12:00 and before 16:00, check out at 11:00  No triple rooms possible.

What to Take:
Corfortable walking shoes, sun hat, sunglasses, sun block, cameras and binoculars, anti-malaria precautions (please consult your doctor/pharmacist) light, neatral coulerd clothing, swimming costume, warm jackets are essential in winter (May - October)

Johannesburg to Djuma appr. 6 hours (appr 500km). Nelspruit to Djuma appr 3 hours (appr 250km)