Bundox Safari Camp is an authentic safari getaway situated in a private nature reserve, suitable for families with children, as well as couples wanting a romantic bush break with a host of activities available close by.
The natural vegetation is home to a host of birds, while a handful of antelope amble through the property.
The Bundox bush camp is the perfect place to enjoy sundowners or coffee in the morning sun, while the boma is lively at night. Guests often sit around the campfire under the starlit skies and chat about the events of the day.
The boma is a truly South African experience, where the focus is on laughter, listening to the sounds of the wild and watching the fire crackle into the night.
During the day, guests embark on their self-drive adventures or pre booked activites in the area, while those who choose to stay at the lodge can enjoy the swimming pool or the privacy of their accommodation.
The pace of life at Bundox Safari Camp is completely up to you!
Bundox Safari Lodge is located in a private reserve about 40km from Hoedspruit in the prestigious Greater Kruger area.
Surrounded by exclusive Big 5 game reserves, such as Thornybush and Kapama, and having the sought after Kruger National Park on its doorstep, Bundox is in the perfect location for a safari getaway.
Don't be surprised if you hear the whoop of hyenas, the lions contact calling and the gentle sounds of nature while you're relaxing in your room at night.
At Bundox, we offer you idyllic accommodation to base yourself while you plan your self-drive activities in the South African Lowveld.
Arrange a big five game drive in a presitgious neighbouring reserve, enjoy a boat cruise on the Blyde River or simply spend time relaxing around our pool.
Hoedspruit’s Eastgate Airport is a short 30-minute drive away, making it easily accessible for fly-in guests, while many might choose to self-drive from Johannesburg, which is a scenic 5-hour drive away.
Exit Hoedspruit on the R40 in a southerly direction (towards Hazyview/White River). Continue on this road – you will past Kapama Game Reserve on your left.
Continue straight until you see a sign indicating the Guernsey Road - turn left onto the Guernsey Road. Continue on the Guernsey Road for about 7.4km. Where the gravel (dirt) road starts, only 200m on the left is the entrance to the Bundox Safari Lodge.
Take N4 highway from Johannesburg & continue for 191 km. Take the exit R33. Continue onto R540 from Belfast to Dullstroom. Turn left onto R36 (Lydenburg). Continue to follow R36 to Ohrigstad for 102 km.
Turn right at the Khamai Reptile Centre onto R531 towards White River/Orpen for 29.4 km. Turn left onto R40 for 1.1 km. Turn right on Guernsey Road for 7.4 km & arrive at Bundox Safari Lodge on the left (200m from start of gravel road).