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Introducing Saseka Tented Camp, Thornybush Game Reserve

Paul Campbell - April 1, 2019

There is nothing quite as romantic and glamorous as a tented safari lodge, and so we were thrilled to hear about the 5* Saseka Tented Camp  – the latest addition to the Thornybush Game Reserve in South Africa.  Forming part of the greater Kruger National Park, Thornybush is rich and diverse with a mixture of […] Read More


Fenced or Not Fenced – that is the question

Tracey Campbell - October 16, 2013

A very common phrase that you will see when you are searching for your South African safari is the term ‘fenced reserve’. But what exactly does this mean? For those not in the travel industry, it may seem like an extra word that has just been added to the description of the reserve, to fill […] Read More


Stay 3 nights for the price of 2 at Shumbalala (Thornybush).

Paul Campbell - March 23, 2009

Stay for 3 nights for the price of 2 at Shumbalala Game Lodge in the Thornybush Game Reserve. Dawn and dusk safaris in open Land Rovers, bushveld walks, all meals, teas, coffees and snacks, and sundowner drinks on game drives are included. This exclusive 5* lodge is set under shady African trees lining the seasonal […] Read More


Thronybush Game Lodge – 3 nights for the price of 2!

Paul Campbell - January 8, 2009

Thornybush Game Lodge is offering 3 nights for the price of 2 until 31st July this year. Thornybush is a 11,500 hectare fenced reserve just west of Timbavati and the Greater Kruger Park, and the 5* Thornybush Game Lodge is an ideal safari destination for guests hoping to see Africa’s  Big 5 (Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard, […] Read More


Katie & Peter Renew Their Vows At Thornybush

Paul Campbell - October 31, 2008

The Times is reporting that British model Katie Price, also known as Jordan, and singer Peter André have  renewed their wedding vows at the Thornybush Game Lodge near the Great Kruger Park. Nic Griffin, chief executive of the Thornybush Group, said the couple appeared very much in love:  “They basically wanted to crush the rumours […] Read More