Nkorho Bush Lodge is based in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, which shares an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park. This important morsel of information means that animals roam freely between these areas.
If you are on the Sabi Sands side, you can not only view these animals but not have to compete against truck loads of tourists. Here’s another insider's secret… A benefit of the smaller area that makes up the Sabi Sands is that it is easier to track wildlife, improving your chances of animal sightings over smaller distances.
To make the most of this, Nkorho organises two daily bush drives as well as a bush walk, which will connect you to a variety of animals, from big game such as elephants and buffalo, to smaller inhabitants like dik-diks and meerkats.
There is a community spirit at Nkorho as guests head out on game drives together and can share their experiences around an open fire in the traditional Leadwood Boma. Children of all ages are welcome at Nkorho Bush Lodge, although restrictions apply in terms of game drives and walks.