Nestled in a secluded corner of Northern Kruger National Park, Baobab Hill Bush House combines rustic charm with luxury accommodations.
Ideal for families or small groups of friends, the house can accommodate up to eight people in four bedrooms. Once a ranger’s station, the renovated house is now a charming self-catering villa. The spacious, airy rooms include two twin or king beds draped in mosquito netting. The en suite bathrooms are fitted with elegant fixtures, modern vanities, indoor showers, and flush toilets.
The house is located on a secluded, baobab-studded ridge just north of the Luvuvhu in the northern most region of world-famous Kruger National Park. The remote location and absence of fences between the park and neighboring countries means there are less crowds to compete with and more wildlife to see than in other parts of Kruger. The lush floodplain between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers is home to a large concentration of elephants and buffalo during the dry season. One of Africa’s most well-known conservation areas, Kruger claims nearly 150 species of large mammals, more than any other African game reserve. The area is also rich in bird life with over 450 bird species found hereabouts including the Racket-tailed Roller and the Bohm’s spinetail.