Thornhill Safari Lodge

Address: Portion 144 of the Farm Guernsey 81 KU, Hoedspruit, Limpopo, 1380, South Africa | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Portion 144 of the Farm Guernsey 81 KU, Hoedspruit, is near Transfrontiers Wildlife Walking Safaris.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Outdoor pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Meal plan
          • Laundry

          TravelPod Member ReviewsThornhill Safari Lodge Hoedspruit

          Reviewed by d_murphy81

          5 Day Safari with Intrepid!

          Reviewed Jul 20, 2011
          by (2 reviews) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

          Absolutely loved it, the food was great, the people were really good to hang out with and taught me a lot about the bush. The room I stayed in was very clean and comfortable, with excellent service the whole time. We had all sort of animals wandering around the lodge during the day and night, including Giraffe, Zebra and a Spotted Ginet!

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Thornhill Safari Lodge Hoedspruit

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          Travel Blogs from Hoedspruit

          It's getting a little toasty

          A travel blog entry by rangerrobbie on Oct 04, 2015

          8 photos

          ... gate allowing it to return to the wild system and his waiting brother. Currently there is a significant drought in rainfall and has severely effected the wildlife within the reserve. Consequently, animals are dying of starvation as the grass is not receiving enough water to provide quality nutrients to the likes of the Wildebeest, Zebra and Impala that graze upon it. With dried out waterholes and dams, supplementary feeds have been given to some bomas (enclosed region) ...

          Day 6: Safari

          A travel blog entry by mgledich on Sep 02, 2015

          3 comments, 33 photos

          ... real deal on our game drives.

          The hotel is very nice. The resort consists of only 6 bungalows. Each bungalow is located so you are isolated with a view out over the bush (term for African ...

          Rhinos R Us

          A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Aug 07, 2015

          8 comments, 19 photos

          ... messing up what would otherwise be--when the rains come--beautiful foliage. The elephant problem here is complex and I don't know enough about it to comment other than to lament. Here's a quiz:

          We drive on and spot not much. There's a rare bird, according to Josh so I click. Do you know what this bird is? I don't. Soon, the sun is ready to set and we adjourn for sundowners--a nice SA SB. We're happy. At dinner later, ...

          Tanda Tula

          A travel blog entry by on Jan 25, 2015

          2 photos

          ... small male leopard wandering around in an area the trucks don't travel much, so he was a little off put by us. We passed on, and not long after, we heard some elephants, and saw them running... What would a huge heard of elephants be running from??? It turned out a couple of them were going to mate. Our guide, Scotch, said it was the first time he had seen this. Very cool to see. We were not done on this drive, we heard again over the radio that there had been a cheetah sighting, ...

          Safari day 2

          A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Aug 13, 2014

          24 photos

          ... and not for hunting or zoos. The breeding process is hilarious. The females are in enclosures as they are solitary animals. Therefore, when they plan to breed they send the male cheetahs into an area on the other side of the enclosures called 'lovers lane'. When the male finds a girl he is interested in he lays down by the fence and if she is interested she will lie on her back on the other side of the fence. They then allow him cautiously in to ...