Dulini Lodge

Dulini Lodge

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To visit Dulini Private Game Reserve, is a choice of the exceptional opportunity to experience one of the richest wildlife reserves on the African continent. Dulini is situated in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve which forms part of the greater Kruger National Park, covering a vast tract of over two million hectares of conservation wilderness. Guests of Dulini are exhilarated by daily, intimate wildlife encounters, including the Big Five: Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Rhino. In the comfort of open land rovers, our experienced guides unravel the mysteries of this incredible environment.

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The splendour of Dulini’s setting: Beneath the shade of ancient Ebony and Leadwood trees, the tranquil haven of Dulini is enigmatically embraced by its rich riverine setting. There is a restorative quality to the peaceful atmosphere of the camp, on the banks of the Mabrak River. The symphony of bird song and the passage of wildlife add to the allure of Dulini.

Luxurious lodge: The main lodge, resplendent with deep couches and contemporary African accents spills onto the cool veranda, with views to the wilderness beyond. A welcoming ambience of laid back luxury creates a place of conversation and laughter, while the extensive library of books accommodates those more inclined to quieter contemplation.

Intimate private suites: Six exquisite thatched suites grace the banks of the riverbed. The spacious accommodation with private plunge pools and interiors that epitomise romance, with canopies of  mosquito nets and beautiful bathrooms. Each suite offers a, private view of the riverbed, seamlessly integrating the grandeur of nature and elegance of décor.

Viewing deck: The traffic of game frequenting the trails through and beyond the camp and riverbed may be enjoyed from the cantilevered deck tented by a leafy Jackalberry. It is not uncommon to secretly witness the passage of an elusive leopard from this vantage point. The deck also offers an alternative venue for enjoying the rich fare  at meal times.

Dining Sala: Traditionally known as “the boma”, this truly African dining venue boasts a ceiling of stars and a roaring fire.  It is around the Boma fire that friendships are sealed and all African bush yarns are spun – grandiose tales of fearsome beasts and great escapes are always more memorable when shared around the camp fire.

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