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Exclusive Safari Lodge in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve – Greater Kruger National Park

RockFig Safari Lodge is situated in the world renowned ‘Big 5’ Timbavati Private Nature Reserve and borders the Kruger National Park, which forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park.

In a setting simply described as spectacular, RockFig Safari Lodge nestles beneath nature’s magnificent weeping boer-bean, leadwood, tamboti and jackalberry trees, overlooking a water hole where game frequents daily.

This refreshingly tranquil hideaway was named after one of the legendary resident female leopards and is situated along a bend of the seasonal Ross River. The lodge has a personality all of its own which inspires people to re-group and take cognisance of where they are.

You will have exclusive use of the lodge and have the option of either self-catering or enjoying the convenience of a fully catered getaway. Due to the fact you will have exclusive use of the camp we are able to personalise our service, where you will arrive as guests and leave as friends.

Leopard resting in tree, Timbavati
  • It is here I can just enjoy Africa in all its glory, in surroundings that blend with the bush and run by people who really care.

    Jackalberry Jill
  • Seeing an animal gives you a sense of pleasure, achievement and adrenaline knowing that you have patiently waited to see this amazing wild creature standing less than 3 meters away.

    Alexandra Kavanagh
  • RockFig Safari Lodge is a small, very comfortable and extremely welcoming camp, supplying outstanding food and service unsurpassed in the stunning Timbavati Game Reserve.

    John Stewart
  • Accessible, hospitable, exciting, relaxing - how many adjectives does it take to describe this very special lodge?

    Jill
  • RockFig actually feels like a home away from home, only way more relaxed, and we treasure each and every moment that we are privileged enough to spend there.

    Sue Diepeveen
  • We have many wonderful memories of our frequent visits to the lodge with memorable sightings on some amazing game drives.

    Eddie Coombes
  • Our photographic and game viewing opportunities have been boundless and unique, consistently supplying sightings just a few meters away from all of the “big five” and many other game.

    John Stewart
  • Our breath is taken away by the beauty of the camp, the adorable kitchen, the dining room set so beautifully every night and the pool which overlooks the African plains.

    Alexandra Kavangh
RockFig Safari Lodge rooms 3 and 4

RockFig Safari Lodge

Charming and homely, RockFig Safari Lodge is a beautifully secluded African style lodge which offers ample space for the utmost in relaxation.

The modern and fully equipped kitchen invites a warm and social atmosphere. Glass doors opening onto the dining area, which over look the scenic riverine landscape.

For those warm African days, guests may relax at the rock pool while keeping watch over the nearby water hole, frequented by thirsty elephant and giraffe.

Activities include two daily game drives and a bush walk with a professional guide and tracker.

Optional activities include rhino chipping, elephant collaring, Blyde River helicopter flips and micro light flights.

Lioness and cubs, Timbavati

Timbavati Private Nature Reserve

Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, is home to diverse and rare wildlife, borders the Kruger National Park, forming the Greater Kruger National Park.

In recognition of the area, the fences between Kruger National Park and Timbavati were removed to encourage the natural migration of the wildlife.

This area of South Africa’s bushveld region is unspoiled, a true African wilderness.

Timbavati is home to over 40 species of mammals including the ‘Big 5’: leopard, lion, buffalo, rhino and elephant. The big cats are a common sighting and if you’re very lucky you might see the famed white lions.

More than 360 species of bird can be spotted in the Timbavati which makes the reserve a popular destination for birders.

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