Room facilities:Air Conditioned, Baby Sitting (On request), Bath, Breakfast included, Coffee/Tea Making Facilities, Concierge, En-suite Rooms, Hair Dryer, Jaccuzzi, Mini Bar, Overhead Fans, Private Patio, Satellite TV, Supervised Childcare/ Services
The room features 2 Double beds, Complimentary English breakfast, toiletries, en suite among other amenities.
Bed size:2 x Double Beds
Room facilities:24 Hr Room Services, Air Conditioned, Bath, Breakfast included, Coffee/Tea Making Facilities, En-suite Rooms, Hair Dryer, Internet access (communal areas), Jaccuzzi, Mini Bar, Overhead Fans, Private Patio, Satellite TV, Supervised Childcare/ Services
Standard Room features a 1 King bed, Complimentary breakfast among other amenities
Bed size:Double Bed
Tshukudu Bush Lodge, situated on a hill slope in Pilanesberg Game Reserve offers incredible panoramic views of game and floodplains below from the comfort of your chalet. This romantic hideout with only 6 chalets each uniquely designed to blend the surrounding African bush with modern day traveler luxuries. African inspired cuisines often served after game drives compliment the African ambiance at Tshukudu Bush Lodge. Tshukudu bush Lodge is an all inclusive lodge in Pilanesberg National Park.
6 luxury chalets at Tshukudu are en-suite, have private bath, leather sofas, crystal chandeliers, fire places, safes and other unique amenities ensure guest have a luxury stay in the heart of the african bush.
Tshukudu Bush Lodge has great opportunities of the Big 5 and other prolific wildlife sitings from the comfort of your chalet or while on a game drives. Experienced rangers promised great wildlife sightings while staying at Tshukudu Game Lodge.
- 24 Hr Room Services
- 24hr Reception
- Air Conditioned
- Breakfast included
- Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
- En-suite Rooms
- Hair Dryer
- Internet access (communal areas)
- Mini Bar
- Overhead Fans
- Picnic Area/ Tables
- Pool Bar
- Private Patio
- Satellite TV
- Supervised Childcare/ Services
- Swimming Pool
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Pilanesberg National Park
The Pilanesberg National Park is located in North West Province in South Africa, west of Pretoria. The park borders with the entertainment complex Sun City. The park is currently administered by the North West Parks and Tourism Board.
The area is fringed by three concentric ridges or rings of hills, of which the formation rises from the surrounding plains. Pilanesberg is named after a Tswana chief, Pilane, the ‘Pilanesberg Alkaline Ring Complex’ is the park’s primary geological feature. This vast circular geological feature is ancient even by geological standards as it is the crater of a long extinct volcano and the result of eruptions some 1,200 million years ago. It is one of the largest volcanic complexes of its type in the world, the rare rock types and formations make it a unique geological feature. A number of rare minerals occur in the park. Pilanesberg Game Reserve rates high amongst the world’s outstanding geological phenomena
Scattered throughout the park are various sites that originate from the Iron age and Stone age and show the presence of man from those periods in these areas.
The scenic terrain lies in the transition zone between Kalahari and Lowveld, and both types of vegetation are found here. As a result of the park being on a transition zone there are overlaps in mammals, birds and vegetation. Today, Pilanesberg Game Reserve accommodates almost every large mammal of southern Africa.
The park has a rich array of southern African wildlife including the Big Five, the five most dangerous game animals in Africa. In the Pilanesberg Game Reserve today live most of the animal species of southern Africa these include lions, elephants, black & white rhinoceros, African buffaloes, leopards, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, hippos and crocodiles. The Painted Hunting Dog, Lycaon pictus had been extirpated from the park, but reintroduction efforts have been carried out recently, with uncertain outcome. Over 360 bird species were counted. The Pilanesberg is not in a location which the Big Five animals would naturally inhabit, however they have been brought into the 550 square kilometres of African bushland.
The Bird life diversity is excellent with over 360 species having been recorded. Though some are migrants, most others are permanent inhabitants. Their food sources vary with some eating carrion or live prey, others eat seeds, fruit or tiny water organisms.
There is a self-guided trail in the Walking Area at the Manyane Complex in the east, which offers environmental education whilst game viewing and bird watching on foot. Also at Manyane there is a walk-in aviary with over 80 species of indigenous birds.