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The architect and interior designer of RockFig Safari Lodge were inspired by the Timbavati setting of this luxury South African safari lodge to create a relaxed ambiance with indoor and outdoor guest spaces that segue into each other and enable both communal and private moments suffused with an authentic bush feel.
Set in the heart of Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, adjacent to the famous Kruger National Park, RockFig Safari Lodge is well situated for forays into the African wilds. Game drives let you cover some ground in the comfort of a vehicle, while walking safaris put you right on the ground, exploring the area under your own steam.
Price per Person**
1 May - 31 July '21
*AI = All Inclusive; all meals and selected drinks included
All Meals & Snacks
Daily safari activities
Activities not included above
Timbavati Conservation Levy of R100 pp per night
Gate Entrance Fee of R190 per vehicle
Items of a personal nature
Travel and Medical Insurance
Special rates applicable for South African Residents only and a South African ID will be required
A minimum two-night stay is required
Rates are based on per person sharing
A single supplement of 50% applies to all rooms
Set in the heart of Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, adjacent to the famous Kruger National Park, RockFig Safari Lodge is well situated for forays into the African wilds.
RockFig Safari Lodge features just six chalet-type suites, making it ideal for exclusive-use bookings for families or groups of friends. The sense of place comes through strongly, with the colour palette in each room inspired by the purple and green hues of local birds and plants. Although guests are always conscious of where they are, no stone is left unturned in the quest for comfort and luxury, with each suite featuring both indoor and outdoor showers, a private verandah ideal for romantic candlelit dinners, a minibar and a bath. Specially commissioned watercolour paintings add notes of cool beauty, and – as with every space in the lodge – the aim is always to delight the guests who’ll stay here.
Morning and afternoon/evening game drives
Bush dining, including breakfasts, picnics, and dinners