Lukimbi Safari Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLukimbi Safari Lodge Kruger National Park
Lukimbi offers high quality,exquisite meals, unique chalet accommodation, fantastic animal viewing and attentive, customized service. We spent our 10th anniversary at the lodge, whereby the we were treated to an extra special evening which will not be forgotten.
As well, I particularly enjoyed the optional walks to explore the area on foot but in the safety of the rangers accompanying us. Zane, Shaun and the team made our stay perfect.
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