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It is our absolute pleasure to add our praises to the team at Vuyani Lodge. Since arriving home a couple of days ago after a 5-night stay, we keep thinking of the game drives we’re missing with Chad and Aggy.
From our first evening drive...More
I booked with Vuyani for my honeymoon and honestly I am so pleased that I did!
There are some things in life you will experience which you will struggle to find the words to explain how they made you feel, and this is definitely one...More
I spent 1year researching Safari Lodges so I have done my homework. For those of you that a seeking an outstanding 5 star safari adventure.....look no further. From the moment I spoke to Bernard on the phone and then dealt with Justine for final payment...More
Myself and my boyfriend stayed at Vuyani for 5 nights and have not a single bad word to say! From the moment they picked us up from jo’berg airport to the moment they dropped us back, the experience was incredible! ALL of the staff at...More
From the time we were met at Johannesburg Airport by Isaac to the time we returned to Johannesburg with David we were greeted with happy smiling faces!
We were woken each morning early for 1 of 2 daily Safaris and from our Presidential Suite windows...More
One of the great things about Vuyani is the fact that there are only three safari vehicles moving around the large area. This means that when you come across wildlife you are alone until perhaps a little later another jeep... More
One of the great things about Vuyani is the fact that there are only three safari vehicles moving around the large area. This means that when you come across wildlife you are alone until perhaps a little later another jeep arrives ( having been told by radio what has been found ). As has been said, you have the chance of going off the beaten track into the bush to f8nd or follow some of the animals - amazing. We saw elephant, lionesses with cub, cheetah, lots of the antelope family, giraffe, rhino, there is leopard but we didn’t get luck, others did. This is a gem of a place, which now boasts a male lion again, reintroduced now that cubs have grown as somecwere young and soul£ have been in grave danger from a new male. As has also been said, in Kruger you may see larger herds but a long way off, at Vuyani you are right there with them .,