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Tshukudu Game Lodge

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R40, Hoedspruit 1380, South Africa
+27 15 793 2476
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Private Tshukudu and Khamai Interactive Encounter from Hazyview
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  • Very good17%
  • Average2%
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“cheetah walk” (4 reviews)
“wild cheetah” (2 reviews)
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R40, Hoedspruit 1380, South Africa
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+27 15 793 2476
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

Had an amazing game drive thru this reserve got up close to some awesome animals and also patted the resident cheetah, very informative.

Thank krobo88
Reviewed 23 September 2017

We visited Tshukudu for an afternoon game drive as part of our Viva Safari package. Dave was our guide......WHAT A GUY!!! Bear Grylls eat your heart out! He took us in a huge truck off road chasing sightings of the Big 5...and while we didn't...More

Thank Michelle D
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Can't say enough about how well run it is, and how much we enjoyed the cheetah walk. Great location too. We actually stayed at the self-catering lodge nearby, which I think was better. Nobody else around. Great rooms. I can grill a steak as well...More

Thank califreddy
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Great place to visit. Have two wild cheetahs they hand-raised that are friendly and hang around the camp, come in and enjoy petting of the head. Kind guide showing you lots of wild animals, many rhinos, crocodiles etc

Thank Gabor M
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Tshukudu offers a wonderful and rewarding game drive experience. You get to see many wild animals up close. Our guide, Steven, was fantastic!

Thank DancingPuffin
Reviewed 31 July 2017

As part of our safari itinerary my partner and I went on an evening game drive at this game lodge. Our guide was very informative and passionate. In this trade you can't expect the animals to be there when you arrive but we were lucky...More

Thank Charley-Louise H
Reviewed 14 July 2017

We did the early morning Cheetah Walk, we were lucky enough that it was just the two of us. The Cheetahs live out on the private reserve, so you have to go and hopefully find them. We found the female Cheetah and walked with her...More

Thank LisaDmz
Reviewed 6 July 2017

I did an afternoon drive with Patrick! An awesome guide! We saw Rhino's and Elephants and Hippos and then spent quite some time tracking lions! We totally went off the road and into the thick of the Bush to find them - which we did...More

1  Thank Mindy S
Reviewed 5 June 2017

We went for a game drive in this private game reserve. Our guide was so personable and knowledgable about the wild animals that lived there. He talked about the terrible threat that poachers pose to endangered rhinos and what they do to counter that.

Thank drswayd
Reviewed 29 May 2017

This place blew me away. We went for the early morning cheetah walk, and we were thoroughly impressed with our guide (Alistair, I think), who was incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about his work. We were able to track down two of the three cheetahs who...More

Thank zoemadiwilliams
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