Children aged 12 years and older are welcome.
Each suite has a secluded private viewing deck with a plunge pool, air conditioning, ceiling fan, a fireplace, large oval bath and double outdoor shower, complimentary mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone, and an electronic safe.
The main building has a dining room, guest lounge, expansive viewing deck and an outdoor fireplace. Complimentary Wi-Fi is offered in the main public areas.
The game drives take place every morning and afternoon. You will be guided by informative, professional rangers through Amakhala Game Reserve in open Land Rovers.
The Amakhala Horse Trails caters for small groups of up to 6 intermediate to experienced riders. Experienced younger riders between 10 and 15 years old may also join, if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Horseback safaris typically last between 2 to 3 hours, and the speed of the trail ride is adjusted to the riders' level of experience. This allows plenty of time for wildlife viewing and finding the perfect spot to rest the horses and enjoy refreshments and snacks.
Spa treatments can also be arranged (on request).
Additional activities that can be booked directly at the lodge during your stay (additional cost) include night drives, star gazing, and Big 5 or nature bush walks.
The guest reception is at the colonial Reed Valley Inn, from where guests are transferred into the reserve and onto Bush Lodge.
A laundry service is available (additional cost).
American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Diners are accepted.
Your rate includes a Conservation/Community Levy which will primarily fund the anti-poaching units and a dedicated rhino monitoring programme to preserve and protect the rhinos of Amakhala Game Reserve. In addition, a percentage of the Levy will also go to support their award-winning Conservation Education Programme, which enables local school children to visit the Amakhala Conservation Centre to learn about wildlife conservation and sustainability for future generations.