Book the honeymoon of a lifetime at The Outpost Lodge in the Makuleke Contractual Park. This huge untouched 26 500ha wilderness area on the borders of the Limpopo River, Zimbabwe, Crooks Corner and Mozambique is all about romance on safari in South Africa. Using simple, clean lines and combining elements of steel, concrete and open space, The Outpost is a modern lodge that blends into the landscape
Book the honeymoon of a lifetime at The Outpost Lodge in the Makuleke Contractual Park, a huge and untouched wilderness area on the borders of the Limpopo River, Zimbabwe, Crooks Corner and Mozambique. Romance on safari in South Africa, surrounded by wild animals and pristine habitats – what more could honeymooners ask for?
Dreamy accommodation in the honeymoon suite includes all meals and activities – stunning views of the Luvuvhu River Valley from open, airy rooms and full bathroom with concrete bath and open shower with views into Mozambique.
All of the 12 individual suites have mini bars, mosquito nets, tea and coffee facilities and remote controlled fabric screens.
The architecture of the lodge itself uses clean lines, simplicity and open space – steel and concrete have cleverly created a very attractive building which emphasises its natural setting and blends into the wilderness around it.
Hosting a total of 24 guests, the Outpost Lodge is very secluded, halfway up a hill with panoramic views into Kruger National Park. The modern bar attracts guests to meet one another and a large swimming pool and deck offer a great chilling place in the heat of the day.
All buildings are linked with attractive Zimbabwean Teak boardwalks that enhance the feeling of being in the bush.
Abundant wildlife including the Big Five roam the 26 500 hectares of the Makuleke Contractual Park – guests are treated to large herds of elephant and buffalo in Mopane woodlands, Fever Tree forests and Acacia thickets. Nyala and Tsessebe are also seen on game drives twice a day with experienced guides.
Hiking and birding in this remote South African bushveld is equally rewarding – see Scarlet-chested Sunbirds, Broadbilled Rollers, Redheaded Weavers, Wattle-eyed Flycatchers and Owls such as the Pel’s Fishing Owl, the Scops, Whitefaced, Pearl-Spotted and Giant Eagle Owl.
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