Djuma Bush Lodge,
Djuma Game Reserve
Djuma Bush Lodge is a luxurious family lodge and comprises of eight thatched chalets all with en-suite rooms, air-conditioning, overhead fans and mosquito nets; two viewing decks and a magnificent swimming pool.
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About Djuma Bush Lodge
Djuma Game Reserve - named from the Shangaan for "roar of the lion" - is part of the world -renowned Sabi Sand Reserve and borders the Kruger National Park itself. As there is no dividing fence, Djuma's more than 10000ha is part of the vast Kruger Park ecosystem. Entrance is through Gowrie Gate in the northern part of the Sabi Sand Reserve.
Africa's Big Five are regularly sighted at Djuma. All the plains' mammals are to be found here as well as over 100 bird species. Djuma Game Reserve is owner run to ensure quality of service and an intimate atmosphere. The safari experience here is unique in that we do not only concentrate on the Big Five, but you can also learn about the history of the reserve and how the Tsongas once lived on this land alongside the animals, as well as studying the ecosystem in the area.