Come and experience Big Five Airbnb in Greater Kruger Park, South Africa! Our lodge with three challets and stone river cottage on the bank of Olifants River close to Phalaborwa is inviting you to stay in real bush and meet real african nature.
Big Five Airbnb – Olifants River Bush Hideaway
Mfubu Lodge is hidden on the banks of Olifants river under the canopy of giant trees. Aerial walkway connects three chalets, two bathrooms, lounge and dining area with barbecue in full view of the river. Fully equipped kitchen and two swimming pools. Come and see elephants or hippos bathing in the river, couple of meters from you. Be fascinated by African nature in one of the nicest natural reserve of South Africa, the Big Five area.
Big Five Airbnb – River Cottage in the Wild
Stone cottage is settled on the banks of Olifants river in the Greater Kruger Park area with big five roaming around. This is a self contained private cottage with a little kitchenette, en-suite bathroom, private barbecue area, veranda with river view and access to a big swimming pool. Suitable for private getaway in the midst of wildlife nature reserve. A/C, fridge/freezer, microwave and all utensils and kitchen equipment.
The Big Five Animals
In Africa, the big five game animals are the lion, leopard, rhinoceros (both black and white species), elephant, and Cape buffalo. The term „big five game“ was coined by big-game hunters and refers to the five most difficult animals in Africa to hunt on foot. The members of the Big Five were chosen for the difficulty in hunting them and the degree of danger involved, rather than their size. The big five are among the most dangerous, yet most popular species for big-game hunters to hunt.
Olifants River Bush Hideaway in the Greater Kruger Area
Our lodge with three chalets and one stone cottage is 30 km from the Phalaborwa gate to the Kruger National Park (South Africa), which is part of the biggest nature reserve in the world – the Transfrontier park formed in 2002. We are also part of Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Reserve a UNESCO conservation project.