from R 3,500 - 3,500
Luiperdskloof Game Lodge is only one hours drive from Johannesburg. We offer a wide variety of accommodation options with fun filled leisure activities for couples, families or groups of people. <br /><br />For the 4 x 4 enthusiast, we suggest our Bush Camp with spectacular river views and tranquility. Located on 6 km of unspoiled waters of the Wilge River, Luiperdskloof is set in the undiscovered wilderness of Eastern Gauteng, only one hour from Pretoria and OR Tambo International Airport.<br /><br />We offer exclusive Dinner, Bed and Breakfast packages as well as self-catering for both families and romantic couples. Our restaurant is run by Chef Jurie and is famous for its signature dishes such as Dijon Crusted Lamb Chops and Feta and Peppadew Stuffed Chicken Breast served around a campfire. We have conference facilities with accommodation for 80 delegates. We guarantee exclusivity by offering you private lapas, dining- and bar areas. Luiperdskloof Game Lodge is also a great team building venue and offers in-house team building activities. We are well known as a great wedding venue and offer special accommodation rates to encourage your guests to sleep over and enjoy your special day until the early hours of the morning.<br /><br />Luiperdskloof proves to be a unique ecological environment, teeming with wildlife. It is situated on the perennial Wilge River, which feeds the Loskop Dam and meanders along 6 km of riverfront, opening into large tranquil pools and fast flowing rapids along majestic cliff faces. The park is fully fenced with 2.4 m game fencing. The landscape varies from large grassy plains, hills, rock formations and cliff faces with beautiful scenery. <br /><br />The following game species can be seen in the park; aardwolf, aardvark, baboon, brown hyena, caracul, jackal, grey duiker, impala, klipspringer, mountain reedbuck, ostrich, steenbuck, vervet monkey, warthog, kudu, blesbuck, blue wildebeest, waterbuck, eland, red hartebeest, springbuck and zebra. Enjoy a one-of-a-kind at Luiperdskloof.