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Rhulani Safari Lodge

Rhulani means 'Relax' and is a modern day refuge, an oasis of calm! Water cascades gently into a meandering rock pool around which you will find beautiful old Marula trees, an ideal spot for quiet contemplation. Indoors and outdoors merge effortlessly at Rhulani, ensuring you magnificent views of the bush.

The Five Star Rhulani Safari Camp is part of the 75,000 hectare Madikwe Game Reserve situated in the North West Province of South Africa. The reserve was established to restore farmland to its former natural environment and was completed by 'Operation Phoenix', the largest phased game translocation operation ever undertaken worldwide.

Rhulani Safari Lodge is situated in the malaria free Madikwe Game Reserve in the North West Province of South Africa and approximately 3-and-half-hours driving time from Johannesburg and Pretoria.

Rhulani is made up of 7 luxury chalets, each with spectacular views of the bush, en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, air-conditioning, mini bar and a private deck and plunge pool. Succumb to the peace and tranquility of this spectacular setting. Enjoy total privacy and your own plunge pool while you pamper yourself in the spacious luxury of your chalet.

There is one luxury family suite with private deck, lounge area, plunge pool, en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor shower, air-conditioning and mini bar.

Traditional Southern African cuisine is complimented by a selection of world-class local wines.

Rhulani is also the ideal conference venue. It is situated close enough to Johannesburg and Pretoria to assure valuable time is not lost in transport logistics. On an exclusive usage basis, the entire lodge is available for conference use ensuring groups have total flexibility with their itinerary.

Sensational game viewing opportunities await you at Rhulani, from the open Land Rover, on foot with an experienced game ranger or from the comfort of the lodge. Guests typically encounter 3 to 4 of the Big Five in a single game drive and are also likely to see the endangered Wild Dog and Cheetah. You will see the results of 'Operation Phoenix', the largest translocation program of wildlife ever attempted, where 60 000 animals of many species were settled in Madikwe Game Reserve.

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