An underground hide accessed by a swing bridge leading to an active waterhole
Lounge deck overlooking the riverbed and Shadulu Dam, a haven for relaxed animal watching
Morning/evening game drives and bush walks
A swimming pool that is ideally situated for bird watching
Village tours, local cuisine tastings and a visit to a cultural museum
Idube Game Lodge is set within an indigenous garden of tall trees and lush green lawns. This is a wildlife haven. The animals clearly love it just as much as guests do. Nyala, vervet monkey and warthog families frequent the lodge grounds and a swing bridge leads to an underground hide at Shadulu Dam, where you can sit and watch the buffalo and elephants drink.
This Sabi Sands game lodge near the Kruger Park is the kind of place where you can meet other travellers for the first time and become fast friends. There is a friendly environment at Idube Game Lodge where everyone is made to feel welcome.
Feeding times (for us humans) are served buffet style. No one goes hungry and guests sit together to share stories of their Big 5 sightings from their game drive experiences. Head out for a village tour while staying at Idube Game Lodge, try a bush walk or simply just relax by sipping on a cold beer alongside the pool.
The comfortable chalets offer private decks (perfect for sundowners). The Makubela suites are secluded enough for couples and spacious enough for families.