Phinda Zuka Lodge
Phinda Private Game Reserve is a private large game park 23 000 hectares located in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
It has great game viewing that includes the cheetah,and the Big Five ie lion,leopard,elephant,buffalo and rhino,the endangered black rhino,and an impressive list of 415 bird species.
Phinda has seven distinct and unique habitats.Its very unusual to find such a variety of eco systems in one area.
- a magnificent tapestry of woodland,
- mountain ranges,
- river courses,
- marshes and pans.
Phinda Zuka Lodge details:
South Africa Safari Location: Phinda Concession,Northern Kwa Zilu
Best time to visit: All year round,
Trip Activities: Game Drives, Bush walks, Birding,
Can this trip be modified:Yes
A aspect of African culture regarding hospitality is that you treating each guest as though your house were there own.
At Phinda Zuka Lodge you have your own private Africa holiday house.
Phinda Zuka Lodge has four bush cottages,plus your own staff …you create your own African experience.
- your personal game ranger
- game drive vehicle,
- an interactive kitchen with a dedicated chef,
- a butler
- library with Internet access and TV for the children,
- sitting room with a fireplace
- your own swimming pool
- private watering hole for your own exclusive wildlife encounters.
With no set timetable or routine,savour the wonders of the bush at your own pace and leisure.
Phinda Zuka Lodge you choose- do you prefer an early morning game drive or prefer to sleep a little late.
Your personal chef is waiting,so you choose your own menu,time and location of the meals.
Be part of the culinary experience,just watch,or be served.
The combination of opposites.A garden lawn that ends in a watering hole,in the Africa bush.
Each bush cottage has its own private sitting area and ensuite bathroom.
At the end of the day revel in the relaxation of an oversized bathtub perfectly situated in the middle of a circular stone bath chamber.
Finish off the evening in the generous sitting room that overlooks the watering hole.Herds of antelope may be settling in for the night or maybe be to scared to settle in, not knowing whats is out there.
After all this is the Africa bush.