About Idube Lodge
- Air-Conditioned & Fully En Suite
- Netted Four-Poster Bed
- Viewing Deck & Armchairs
- Private Four-Sleeper Suite with Pool
Idube’s 10 chalets are each air conditioned and equipped with every convenience. A large netted twin or double bed takes centre stage with a fully en suite bathroom ensuring complete comfort. A mini bar and tea/coffee station provide refreshments for you to take onto your viewing deck, provided with a pair of comfy armchairs.
For romantic couples, the two Makubela Suites offer more privacy. Tucked away on the edge of the camp, these large suites feature a lounge, large bathroom and outside shower. Meals can be taken by lamplight at the suite. The suites can be made inter-leading which makes them ideal for families or friends, especially as they enjoy the advantage of a large viewing deck and private plunge pool.
- Swimming Pool
- Dining Room & Outdoor Boma
- Fitness Room & Curio Shop
- Lounge & Bar
- Waterhole & Photographic Hide
Idube Lodge has a generous range of facilities. You’ll enjoy the use of a sparkling swimming pool and well-equipped fitness room, with a curio shop providing a diversion or two. The main lounge and bar are popular places to meet and swop stories of the day’s game viewing, and a night at Idube wouldn’t be complete without fireside stargazing at the outdoor boma. Meals are served in the main dining room or outside under the stars.
Activities at Idube Lodge
- Morning & Afternoon Game Drives
- Night Drives & Guided Nature Walks
- Bird Watching
- Community Tour
Game viewing by 4X4 is the main focus at Idube. Morning game drives are balanced by late afternoon drives that blend into spot-lit night drives, your chance to see rare and unusual nocturnal animals. The heavyweights are well represented here – the Big 5 are in abundance and the general game viewing is great all year round. You’ll also have the opportunity to accompany your guide on nature walks, the best way to see the smaller details of the Sabi landscape and do some epic bird watching. Photographers will be keen to spend some time in the underground hide, set next to the camp’s productive waterhole.
For a different take on the environment, join a cultural tour and visit the local community. You’ll enjoy a taste of African cooking and can sit back to traditional dancing and a school choir.
On The Map
- Luxury accommodation in en-suite, air-conditioned chalets
- 3 full meals daily
- All teas and coffees
- 2 game drives daily in open landrovers and a safari walk
- Game activities are with skilled and well-trained rangers
- Ulusaba runway fees
- Bar bill and soft drinks
- Telephone and fax calls
- Items of a personal nature
- Sabi Sand entrance fees
- Sabi Sand Rhino Conservation Levies.
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