Accommodation bookings

Make your bookings for luxury lodge accommodation in Pilanesberg - for holiday or business travel - with us. To find the best you need not look any further.

There are nine luxury lodges to choose from.


Bakubung Bush Lodge
Ivory Tree Lodge
Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge
Shepherds Tree Game Lodge
Tshukudu Bush Lodge

Black Rhino Game Reserve

Black Rhino Game Lodge
Buffalo Thorn Lodge
Morokolo Game Lodge
Tambuti Lodge


Big Five Country

See the Big Five just 2 hours from Johannesburg and Pretoria in one of the country's most popular wildlife areas - Pilanesberg National Park.

Wildlife diversity

This well-stocked park has a dramatic landscape that supports a wide variety of plants, animals and birds. Pilanesberg accommodates virtually every mammal of southern Africa and is also home to the Big Five. An abundance of wild life proliferate in some 580km² of diverse and arresting bushveld terrain.

Visitors can explore nearly 200km on self-drives or guided game drives. There are a number of hides and scenic picnic sites available.

How to get here

From Johannesburg/ Pretoria (Gauteng) take the N1 north towards Polokwane.
Take the N4 Rustenburg split.
A signboard shows Pilanesberg to the left on route 91.

The Landscape

Spectacular landscape

Over time, wind and water have carved a spectacular landscape with rocky outcrops, open grasslands, wooded valleys and thickets.

The beauty of Pilanesberg is reflected in a large central lake, the Mankwe Dam. Standing above the surrounding bushveld, the park unfolds colourful hues and panoramas - a delight for photographers and guests.

Short of time?

For those short business visits to South Africa's economic hub, Gauteng, the Pilanesberg & Madikwe Game Reserves offer the ideal opportunity to view the Big 5 when time is lacking to visit game reserves such as the Kruger National Park, which are further away.

When to go

Summers can get hot, but visitors will enjoy Pilanesberg all year round.