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We are a family of 2 adults and 3 teenagers. We were staying in Dithaba Lodge with one other family with teenagers. From the moment we got there to the moment we left we felt spoiled. We arrived at 3 pm and went straight out...More
This lodge is truly amazing. The rooms are beautiful, spacious and your feel like a king but it is the staff that makes this an unforgettable experience. From when they welcome you on arrival with sparkling wine and a wet face cloth to when you...More
Wonderful place to get back in touch with African sites, sounds and smells. Staff are attentive and always wanting to please. Food was outstanding, rooms have everything you need! Including 'Gym in a basket' which is a quirky but novel idea as you never stop...More
Where do I begin, we stayed at the dithaba lodge where Clive, Isaac,Helen,Robert,Moses and taboge,looked after us. The service was first class, food was amazing the rooms beautiful,the views outstanding, there is really nothing I could fault with this lodge. Then let me tell you...More
What can we say? we were fortunate enough to travel as a family children aged 11,8 and 5 (5 year old with an acquired brain injury and therefore special needs) and our friends with 2 children aged 11 and 8. We were staying in Dithaba...More
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May is generally a cooler month with very few mosquitos, I would however suggest using an insect repellent in the evenings (this is also supplied by the Lodge). It would not be... More
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May is generally a cooler month with very few mosquitos, I would however suggest using an insect repellent in the evenings (this is also supplied by the Lodge). It would not be necessary during the day.
Fortunately there are no tsetse flies in Madikwe.
We looking forward to welcoming you to Madikwe Safari Lodge.
Hi there, I went to Madikwe last summer and also brought my camera (Canon EOS 1DX; full format). I was very happy with my Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L lens in terms of zoom factor and handling. Usually the rangers get you... More
Hi there, I went to Madikwe last summer and also brought my camera (Canon EOS 1DX; full format). I was very happy with my Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L lens in terms of zoom factor and handling. Usually the rangers get you very closely to the game, so even the 70 - 300mm will do in my opinion (though you will have to crop your fotos in post-production).
Enjoy your trip - Madikwe is amazing.
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