If you love nature and the simple things of life, and want to escape the materialistic world to a down to earth place where harming our planet is not an option, then our small peaceful retreat-styled lodge will delight you. Our goal is to provide you a value-for-money experience in harmony with nature. Kudu Bush Lodge is located on the farm Koedoesfontein in the beautiful Waterberg bushveld, one and a half hours from Gauteng, close to Mookgophong (Naboomspruit) in the Limpopo Province. The lodge sleeps up to 10 people.


Be it a weekend away with family or friends, or a soulful retreat or perhaps a creative breakaway, you will leave re-energised and inspired. The indigenous bushveld coupled with beautiful sunsets and plentiful birdlife, will promote the much-needed reconnection with nature. It has been proven that spending time in nature calms the soul and relieves the stress and mental fatigue caused by our always faster and complicated modern lifestyle.

Kudu Bush lodge offers you a peaceful, mindful, soulful, and artful escape.

Sunset Pool Dung beetle


The tranquility of the natural surroundings and our belief in simplicity are carried over into clean and well-equipped accommodation, provided on aself-cateringbasis. The accommodation is set in an indigenous and regenerative garden with several secluded areas as well as a braai area and small swimming pool. The rooms are laid out around a central communal area that includes an equipped kitchen, a reading room, Lapa with build-in braai, as well as a Boma area for those who love cooking and sitting around an open fire. Accommodation consists of one family chalet, one classic room, and two standard rooms. All units are thatched.


    The family unit sleeps 5 people


    Inside view of the family chalet.
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    R 1 200 per Unit

    2 Bedrooms each with a double bed, a single bed in the living area, an equipped kitchen with fridge-freezer, bathroom with shower, bath and toilet. The unit can sleep a maximum of 4 people.


    The classic bush room


    Inside view of the classic bush room.
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    R 550 per Unit

    Queen-size bed, en suite bathroom with shower and toilet. The room can sleep maximum 2 people.


    Standard bush room


    Inside view of a standard bushroom.
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    R 500 per Unit

    Double bed, separate bathroom with shower and toilet. There are two standard bush rooms and can sleep maximum 2 people.


    Group gathering


    Groups of up to 10 people can be accommodated.
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    Group size max 10 at R 2,200

    Groups have exclusive use of the lodge at a discounted rate. Groups cannot exceed 10 people, children included.


  • Guests have to bring their own bed linen and towels as the lodge only supplies a fitted sheet per bed. This initiative forms part of our commitment to the sustainable and responsible utilisation of our natural resources.
  • There is no TV/DSTV in the rooms.
  • The lodge uses solar power for all its electricity needs. However, the following appliances is not compatible and will damage the system, namely electric kettles, irons, microwaves, hairdryers, hair tongs, heaters, TVs, etc.
  • All bathrooms are supplied with gas-heated hot water while the kitchens are equipped with gas-stoves and gas-refrigerators.
  • Rates are quoted from 14h00 on day of arrival till 11h00 the following day.
  • A 50% deposit (30% for groups) is required to confirm the booking. The deposit must be paid on or before the date indicated on the quotation, and proof of payment sent via email or sms.
  • Cancellations will be accepted up to 10 days prior to arrival; alternatively the deposit will be forfeited.
Boma Communal Area Garden


Kudu Bush Lodge hosts an art studio run by the artist JJ Clark. If you are an artist or an aspiring artist or merely looking for an opportunity for creative expression, you are welcome to join him in his studio and have a creative time. His aim is to create art in nature that is inspired by nature. Organic shapes, textures, colours and patterns found in nature as well as the effect that light, shadow and reflection give, excite and inspire him, and through his art he tries to capture the essence of these elements.


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  • Walking trail - Safe short walks in the veld.
  • Sunset viewing - Beautiful sunsets can be viewed from the dam.
  • Bird Watching - Numerous bird species abound in the area and a stroll around the lodge is a rewarding experience for bird watchers.
  • Swimming - A splash pool with an undercover shallow pool.
  • Star Gazing - An evening in the bush under the stars will make your visit unforgettable.
  • Chess - Outdoor chess tables are available.


  • Kudu Bush Lodge uses solar for all its electricity needs and is proudly 100% off the grid.
  • Only green cleaning methods and products are used to ensure a minimal impact, if any, on the environment.
  • At Kudu Bush Lodge all waste gets sorted and transported to a managed dump site in town to minimise the effect of waste on the environment.
  • The gardens at Kudu Bush Lodge are mostly indigenous and therefore water-wise and always ringing with birdsong.
  • Guests contribute to the sustainable and responsible use of water and energy resources by bringing their own bed linen and towels. This keeps costs down, enabling Kudu Bush Lodge to continue providing affordable accommodation.


  • Kudu Bush Lodge is situated in a malaria-free area.
  • Average temperature: Summer 15/30 Winter 7/22.
  • Doctors and a pharmacy are available at Mookgophong (Naboomspruit).


GPS co-ordinates: S24 25 42.467 E28 43 48.877

From Johannesburg/Pretoria:
Take the N1 North towards Polokwane. Pass through the Kranskop Tollgate. Take the Mookgophong turn-off (R101). In Mookgophong (Naboomspruit) turn left at the second robot into Nelson Mandela Street. Continue till you reach "Die Olifant" T-junction (12 km), turn right at T-junction. Kudu Bush Lodge is 5,8km from the T-junction on your right. Look out for the farm Koedoesfontein.

From Polokwane/Mokopane:
Take the R101 towards Mookgophong (Naboomspruit). 16 km before Mookgophong turn right on the "MineraleBaddens" road. Kudu Bush Lodge is 10km from the turn off, on your left. Look out for the farm Koedoesfontein.