Garonga Spa Safari Lodge is an exclusive 14-bed safari camp situated west of Kruger National Park in South Africa’s Northern Province.
Garonga Spa Safari Lodge was inspired by the ochre-red spires of nature’s termite mounds, the camp accommodation has been designed to reflect the textures of the earth.
Thick earthen columns, generous cushions on low beds and billowing white fabrics epitomise this oasis in the middle of the South African bush.
Tented Rooms of Garonga Spa Safari Lodge
Each of the 6 en-suite 55 square metre rooms nestle into ebony trees on the banks of a water course and command beautiful views.
Indulgences include hammocks on the wooden decks, indoor and outdoor showers and romantically draped beds.
The luxury tents are situated overlooking a dry riverbed – each with a wooden deck complete with hammock that commands spectacular views.
The rooms are light, airy and spacious with large, draped beds.
In addition to the indoor shower, there is an outdoor shower, providing the perfect link between the luxury of the suite and the allure of Mother Nature.
Little Garonga has three fully en-suite, thatched and air-conditioned suites, all situated around centralized indoor/outdoor lounge areas, a swimming pool and built-in braai/BBQ area. Each suite has its own platform deck complete with hammock.
The main lodge at Little Garonga boasts both an indoor and outdoor lounge area. The outdoor covered breakfast deck can comfortably dine a group while offering spectacular African views.
The main lodge’s swimming pool area consists of a pool with an array of comfortable loungers where our guests can cool off, soak up the sun, relax, or enjoy a barbeque.
Inside, the main lodge boasts air-conditioned comfort and features a spacious dining area, lounge, seating area, fireplace and a self-service bar.
Little Garonga’s Hambleden suite consists of a main bedroom (catering for 2 adults) and a closed off room that can accommodate 2 children, making it ideally suited for a couple or a small family. The rooms are fully air conditioned.
An indoor and outdoor lounge are both covered and offers guests ample room to dine and relax. A large bathroom featuring a beautiful hand beaten copper bath tub is available with both an indoor and outdoor shower.
The suite has its own swimming pool and raised deck, hammock and mini-bar.
Have an outdoor candlelit bath under the stars or be pampered by the resident aromatherapist while gazing languidly over the nearby waterhole.
For a major hit of African magic,fellow guests highly recommended the sleep-out deck, built on a platform arond a large tree.
You’re dropped off with a picnic hamper and drinks around sunset.Proper beds are made up underneath a mosquito net, and you’re left (with a radio) and collected in the morning.
If each guest takes a deeper understanding of wilderness away with them, we have fulfilled our ambition to share our place of peace.