Idube Game Reserve
Idube Game Reserve has 9 standard Safari chalets and 2 ultra luxurious Makubela suites accommodating a maximum of 22 guests in camp, affording the very best bush experience,
Idube Game Reserve Overview
The Lodge has 9 standard Safari chalets and 2 ultra luxurious Makubela suites accommodating a maximum of 22 guests in camp, affording the very best bush experience, privacy and personalized service. The 4 star, en-suite luxury chalets are air-conditioned and have overhead fans. The bathrooms are en suite and in addition, there are both inside and outside showers. The lodge caters for honeymoon couples endeavoring to make their stay extra special.
Get back to grass roots on a safari walk after breakfast with your ranger. Learn about tracking, the fascinating ways of the wild, tribal uses of trees and plants, nature conservation and ecology and lasts approximately 1 hour.
Safaris are in open Landrovers with an experienced ranger and tracker. There are two game drives daily, lasting about 3 hours each. The early morning drive starts at sunrise. On the late afternoon game drive, having had a sundowner in the bush, spotlights are used to spot predators like lion, leopard, hyenas, civet and other nocturnal species.
The game drives are exciting, often venturing off-road and offering exceptionally close encounters with game. Photographic opportunities are outstanding.
Idube Private Game Reserve is home to the “Big Five” being elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard and an abundance of other game such as cheetah, hippo, crocodile, giraffe, kudu, waterbuck, etc. Over 300 bird species have been recorded on the reserve. Game viewing is outstanding all year round.
Breakfast and Lunch are served on one of the 4 beautiful wooden, thatched decks overlooking Shadulu dam. Breakfast starts just after the return of the morning game drive. It consists of a large English type and Continental breakfast with fresh fruit, cereals and yoghurt. Lunch is served between 14h00 and 15h00. Dinner is served in the boma after the evening safari. Special dietary requests can always be catered for. Please advise well in advance.
Idube Game Reserve Rooms
The Lodge has 9 standard Safari chalets and 2 ultra luxurious Makubela suites accommodating a maximum of 22 guests in camp, affording the very best bush experience, privacy and personalized service. The 4 star, en-suite luxury chalets are air-conditioned and have overhead fans. The bathrooms are en suite and in addition, there are both inside and outside showers.
We cater for honeymoon couples endeavoring to make their stay extra special
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8 Jan – 19 Dec
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20 Dec – 7 Jan
Please treat all pricing as a guide only:
• Our rates are per person per night unless we note differently
• All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice
• Our best rates for accommodation are available in our customized packages
• Children Under 12 are not permitted
Idube Game Reserve Inclusions
• Accommodation in en-suite
• Tea and Coffees
• 2 game drives
• Safari walk.
Idube Game Reserve Exclusions
• Ulusaba runway fees
• Bar bill
• Soft drinks
• Telephone and fax calls
• Items of a personal nature
• Sabi Sand entrance fees
• Sabi Sand Rhino Conservation Levies.
Idube Game Reserve Amenities
• Tea and Coffee facilitates
• Overhead fan
• Mosquito net
• Mosquito screens on windows
• Wooden patio
Idube Game Reserve Facilities
• Covered Parking
• Curio Shop
• Cellphone Reception in specific areas
• Laundry Service
• Outdoor Swimming Pool
• Safety Deposit
• Bush Boma
Idube Game Reserve Activities
There is an early morning game drive and a late afternoon/evening game drive over an area of approximately 24 700 acres (10 000 hectares). Guests can expect to see some, if not all, the Big 5, as well as many other species of game and some of the over 300 species of birds. Animals are usually seen from very close quarters, the sighting is professionally handled and controlled. Drives are normally 3 to 4 hours long, with a stop along the way for tea, coffee or sundowners. Idube is particularly well known for the frequent and excellent sightings of leopards – a photographer’s dream come true.
After breakfast, a morning guided walk is offered or guests can relax round the pool or on their decks.