THE LOUIS TRICHARDT LODGE

Located close to the rolling hills of the majestic Soutpansberg Mountain Range in the Limpopo province of South Africa, the Louis Trichardt Lodge offers a relaxing self-catering accommodation for all travellers who are en-route to Zimbabwe or the Kruger National Park and all the other unspoiled nature reserves in this area.

The 19 spacious Bed & Breakfast and self-catering units are set in a garden of palm trees.

ACCOMMODATION

Our self-catering and B&B rooms have all amenities for a short stay and are set in a lovely garden with palm trees.

Our collection of rooms sleeps between 1 and 5 guests comfortably.

All the en- suit rooms are equipped with kitchenette (fridge and hotplate), TV's with selected DSTV channels.

Bedding & towelling are provided.

Secure under cover parking

BBQ/braai facilities

LOCATION

The Louis Trichardt Lodge is located in the charming town Louis Trichardt, (Makhado) Limpopo. It nestles at the foot of the Soutpansberg, a unique wilderness area that accommodates over 500 tree species and about 450 species of birds. The Soutpansberg mountain range is 130 km long and is home to a famous tourist attraction - the giant Baobab tree.

The highest point, called Lajuma is home to scores of eagles, falcons and other predatory bird species. Other bird species including the rare Red-throated Twinspot, Knysna Loerie and the Naringa Togon can be found. This is truly a prime bird watching spot!

Most of the Soutpansberg region is malaria-free, with the exception of the north-eastern areas near the Zimbabwe and Mozambique borders, and the Kruger National Park.

ACTIVITIES NEARBY

Visit Tsonga Textiles. Some of the most creative local textile designs are on offer here.
Take a drive through Ben Lavin Nature Reserve.
Spend a relaxing day at the water, dams in this area include Albasini and Middle Letaba.
Visit the Twin Dams at Nwanedi Reserve for fishing.
Hanglip Picnic Site and Forest for great picnics, hiking and bird watching.
Visit the Langjan Nature Reserve to discover the last remaining herd of gemsbok in the province.
Go on a scenic drive. These include Bluegumspoort Drive and the Witvlag Drive from the town to Piesangshoek.
Abseiling for the adventurous traveler
GPS S 23 6' 0.327" | E 30 5' 0.044"