The Outpost Safari Lodge is situated in the most remote part of Kruger National Park, in a wilderness area previously uninhabited by visitors to the Park. The Outpost Safari Lodge is the first lodge in Kruger National Park to be built in this vast region.
The Outpost Lodge accommodates guests in 12 stand alone en-suite living spaces that are placed alongside a walkway on the side of a hill overlooking the Luvuvhu River.
The Makuleke Region falls in the epicentre of the Great Limpopo Park, which comprises Kruger National Park, the Gaza National Park in Mozambique and the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe.
This visionary park has become a reality and guests The Outpost Safari Lodge are able to visit the Mozambican and Zimbabwean parts of the Peace Park without requiring visas and without having to exit the Peace Park.