kurhula Wildlife Lodge cc Description
Kurhula lodge is particularly valued for its high personal service, excellent cuisine and beautiful surroundings. The best of in the heart of nature in combination with western comforts, contributes to a unique experience! Kurhula Lodge has four affordable double rooms. From your veranda (with comfortable chairs)you have an exquisite view of the river. All rooms have 2 extra length beds, air-conditioning, a mosquito net, a desk with chair and wardrobe and coffee and tea facilities. The bathroom en-suite is equipped with a shower, toilet and double basins. Slate tiles are used on the floor and in the bathroom to give that real authentic African feeling. All accommodation is on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis (DBB), serving a sumptuous breakfast on the veranda of the main lodge. At night we serve an African three course meal with an European touch. Should you have any special dietary requirements please notify us beforehand and we will make sure that all requests are met. Lunch is available on request. We can organize game drives and bush walks in the reserve under the guidance of an experienced ranger. Advance booking required. The Lodge’s perfect location makes it possible to see all highlights of her surroundings within one and a half hours reach. After a day of seeing the highlights of the area, you can relax at Kurhula Wildlife Lodge.
Kurhula Lodge is situated on the banks of the Olifants river In Parsons Nature Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger Park. We are situated about half way in between Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa. Please do not get out of the vehicle before you enter our parking lot since this is a big five area and there aren't any fences around our lodge.
kurhula Wildlife Lodge cc Directions
On the R40 from Hoedspruit towards Phalaborwa, you will cross the Olifants river. Continue to drive for several kilometres until you will go passed Mica village. After that you will find on your right hand side a petrol station which is called “Sameys”. Then follow the road until you reach the turnoff to Tzaneen, but keep going straight towards Phalaborwa. After about 700 meters, you will find on the right hand site the entrance to Parsons Nature Reserve. A dirt road will take you after 5 kilometres to the security gate of Parsons Nature Reserve. After this gate you will have to travel another 7 kilometres to Kurhula Lodge. Please note that it is plot nr 25.