The gigantic spreading Jackalberry (or African Ebony) tree is a bushveld icon, providng fruit and browsing for countless animals from elephant and rhino, baboons and antelope through to emperor butterfly larva. Its thick foliage and deep spreading shade provides refuge and shelter from predators and the heat of the day to birds and mammals alike.

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Thornybush Game Reserve – Luxury Collection

Saseka Tented Camp$$$$$

Saseka’s main area, a combination of wood and stone cladding, blends naturally into the surrounding environment and offers both an upper and lower deck with the colour palette drawn from the natural surroundings; hues of ivory, dark green, apple, sage and subtle flushes of pink echoing the characteristic tones of the flowers found in the bush. The lodge’s main area is a celebration of nature with the use of light being key. The extraordinary ceiling filters light into the space – imit...

Saseka Tented Camp

Other Thornybush Game Reserve Hotels

Thornybush Game Lodge$$$$

The luxury suites are superbly equipped and furnished in the lavish style befitting this five-star lodge. Calming, muted tones and dark wood are used throughout to enhance the tranquil atmosphere of your surroundings, and the furnishings and accoutrements are of the highest standard. The en-suite bathroom features a double basin, large bath overlooking the savannah, indoor and outdoor showers. All the suites have private wooden decks, with comfortable seating, overlooking the reserve and wat...

Thornybush Game Lodge
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