Tshukudu Bush Lodge
The luxurious Tshukudu Bush Lodge is situated on an elevated rocky outcrop with stunning views overlooking the natural surroundings. This intimate lodge offers just six luxury cottages and four suites, where attention to detail and personalized service is guaranteed. The 6 free standing luxury chalets are individually decorated. Leather sofas and crystal chandeliers provide a stylish aspect while a double bed and a sunken bath tub guarantee comfort and relaxation.
The 4 Luxury suites feature crystal chandeliers, a rock craft fireplace as well as a private heated plunge pool on a private deck overlooking the bush below. Guests can relax in their open plan lounge and watch the animals wander aimlessly through the bush before reaching the waterhole located below the lodge. After dinner take a leisurely stroll back to your private chalet and sit and watch the stars navigate the African sky. Tshukudu Bush Lodge is situated in a malaria free area. Please note that there are over 100 rocky steps leading up to the lodge.
Tshukudu Bush Lodge AmenitiesWith six splendidly decorated and recently refurbished chalets to choose from, Tshukudu Bush Lodge is the ideal place to enjoy a serene, romantic weekend or fabulously indulgent getaway - just because you can. Chalets Sit on a beautiful banquette built into the rocks on the main patio while watching one Africa's famous sunsets. A double bed and chaise lounge provide you with ample comfort. The bathroom is decadently fitted with a sunken bath tub from which you can enjoy sweeping views of the park. Plush leather sofas, hanging glass crystal chandeliers and soft furnishings in vibrant colours complete the picture of the ultimate combination between the wild outdoors and world-class comfort.
Directions To Tshukudu Bush LodgeDirections from Fourways, Sandton: Travel north along William Nicol Drive to the four-way intersection with Witkoppen Road. Turn left into Witkoppen road towards Lanseria/Roodepoort. Turn right at the intersection with Hans Strijdom Extension on the road towards Broederstroom and Lanseria. Cross over the Muldersdrift/Diepsloot Road and continue with the R512 towards Broederstroom and Lanseria. Cross the bridge over the R28 Krugersdorp/Pretoria highway, pass the Lanseria turnoff and continue straight ahead. At the T-junction turn left on the R512 to Magaliesberg. Continue on this road until you see the Sun City signboard on your left. Turn right on the R512 to Brits and cross the bridge over Hartebeespoort Dam. At the T-junction turn right on the R512 to Brits. Follow directional signs. Continue to the four-way stop and turn left on the R512/27 for Brits/Rustenburg. Pass the first Brits turnoff. At the signpost R27 Rustenburg/Brits turn right. On the bridge turn left towards Rustenburg. Continue till you get to the slipway to the left. Take the slipway and continue on the new N4 highway. A signboard on the left side of the road indicates Pilanesberg to the left on route 91. Exit left off the highway. At the T-junction turn right and continue on this road to Sun City. Once reaching Sun City, go straight past the Zenex garage on your right, after 4km you will see a sign indicating you to turn right to Bakubung, follow the road and it will lead you to the Bakubung Gate. Directions from Centurion, Pretoria: Take the N1 North towards Polokwane. Take the N4 Rustenberg Split (tollroad) Follow the road straight, a signboard on the left side of the road indicates Pilanesberg to the left on route 91. Exit left off the highway. At the T-junction turn right and continue on this road to Sun City. Once reaching Sun City, go straight past the Zenex garage on your right, after 4km you will see a sign indicating you to turn right to Bakubung, follow the road and it will lead you to the Bakubung Gate.
Area AttractionsThe Pilanesberg National Park is located in North West Province in South Africa, west of Pretoria and is administered by the North West Parks Board. Unlike most other national parks in South Africa, the Pilanesberg is not managed by South African National Parks. At 572km2 making it the fourth largest national park in South Africa. The crater of a long extinct volcano is the setting of Pilanesberg National Park - a fascinating alkaline complex produced by volcanic eruptions some 1300 million years ago. Pilanesberg is one of the largest volcanic complexes of its kind in the world. Its rare rock types and structure make it a unique geological feature. Ancient, even by geological time scales, this extinct volcano is the most perfect example of an alkaline ring complex. A number of rare (but not necessarily economically important) minerals occur in the park. Pilanesberg National Park rates high amongst the world's outstanding geological phenomena.Pilanesberg has survived ages of erosion and stands high above the surrounding bushveld plains. The early presence of man can be seen in the numerous Stone and Iron Age sites that are scattered throughout the park. The area is fringed by three concentric ridges or rings of hills - the formation rises from the surrounding plains like a bubble. The structure of the park is termed the "Pilanesberg National Park Alkaline Ring Complex". The very topography makes the area a feast for the eye. Here are syenite koppies, thickly forested ravines, typical bushveld and also rolling grasslands and lightly wooded areas.
Tshukudu Bush Lodge - North West Pilanesberg Accommodation
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