Elephant Point ( where Ndlomphu Lodge is located) is situated in a region renowned for its natural diversity and concentration of big game, and is undoubtedly one of the best game viewing areas in the Kruger National Park. The estate takes its name from the elephants that can frequently be seen drinking and grazing on the banks of the mighty Sabie River.

However, elephant is not the only magnificent creature you will encounter. Herds of buffalo, prides of lion, leopards and numerous antelope species make their home in the surrounding area. Elephant Point borders the Kruger National Park and is also neighbour to the world famous and exclusive Sabie Sand Game Reserve, home of Mala Mala, Sabie Sabie, Londolozi, Singita, Ulusaba and others.

Ndlomphu ia tastefully decorated, fully air-conditioned, thatched-roof lodge comprises 3 en-suite bedrooms. The main bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed; the second room is equipped with a queen-size bed, and the third bedroom has 2 single beds. Each room features an en-suite bathroom, and 2 of the rooms open onto the main patio. Each en-suite bathroom is equipped with a bath with a hand shower and shower and a toilet.

The open-plan, fully equipped kitchen contains the necessary appliances to cook meals, and leads to a separate scullery and laundry area. The kitchen is equipped with a stove, an oven, a double-door fridge-freezer, a kettle, a microwave, crockery and cutlery. The adjacent living area features an 8-seater dining table and the lounge has an HD TV and a fireplace.

The living area opens onto a large patio, which has a built-in gas braai facility, a bar area, and outdoor dining furniture. This patio overlooks the pool and a private boma area with a firepit.

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    Ndlophu is situated on the banks of the magnificent Sabi River, providing spectacular views over the river and into the Kruger National Park

    Sabi River also called Save River, river of south eastern Africa, flowing through Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The river rises as the Sabi about 50 miles (80 km) south of Harare (formerly Salisbury) and flows southeast from the Zimbabwean highveld to its confluence with the Odzi.

    The main river, the Sabie, is 230 km long, and is itself a major tributary of the Incomati system, which discharges into the Indian Ocean in Mozambique.

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