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Revel in the sheer diversity of animal,
plant and bird life


Relax in a tranquil, natural environment


Gaze out over the wide open African Plains


Enjoy sundowners while the sun sets on this exquisite Reserve


The jewel of Limpopo


Luxurious | Comfortable | Welcoming


Celebrate Africa surrounded by endless views
of a private game reserve


Experience an unforgettable safari in the striking wilderness


Experiential | Adventure | Conservation


Close Up Experiences of Africa's wildlife

Welcome to Mabula Game Lodge

A Distinctly African Safari Destination

An Extraordinary encounter with South Africa’s bushveld awaits you at Mabula Game Lodge, located just two-and-a-half hours’ drive from Johannesburg in the Malaria Free Waterberg region of the Limpopo Province.

Revel in the sheer variety of animal, bird and plant life; the diverse landscapes ranging from grassland plains to rocky outcrops creating an ideal habitat for the free-roaming Big Five and all the little creatures that contribute to a magical wildlife experience you’ll never forget.

Mabula Game Lodge

Distinctly African in style, Mabula Game Lodge offers comfortable thatch-roof suites with luxury finishings.


Experience Mabula

Fill your days and nights with all that the Mabula Game Lodge bushveld as to offer.


Mabula Dining

Menus are designed to suit all palates, try local dishes like impala casserole or enjoy a kudu & red wine potjie.


Conservation at Mabula

Mabula Private Game Reserve is the proud home of the Ground Hornbill Project & the Cheetah Release Project.


Mabula Conferencing

Meeting in the bush couldn’t be more pleasant than at Mabula Game Lodge.


Mabula Wellness

Indulge in an exotic menu of time-honoured spa treatments under the skilful hands of our therapists.


Mabula Blog & Guide News

Guides News
23rd July 2024

Guide News – June 2024

Written by Isaiah Banda Winter is in full swing here on Mabula Private Game Reserve, and the fresh cold mornings…
Cheetah NewsGuides News
19th July 2024

Cheetah News

Orphaned cheetahs getting another chance at freedom. In early November, our reserve team set out to monitor a resident cheetah…
Guides News
15th May 2024

Guide News – April 2024

Written by Isaiah Banda April marks the move of our safari times to winter times, which gives guides and guests…