Magorgor Safari Lodge

Magorgor Safari Lodge offers holiday and overnight self-catering accommodation on a farm 16km south of Musina plus 2km off the N1, in the Limpopo province. Comfortable, neat and affordable self-catering accommodation is offered in a tranquil environment. Ideal for groups, friends and families up to 31 people in 15 air-conditioned rooms.There is a big cool thatched roof lounge/dining area with full DStv, a swimming pool and barbeque/braai facilities. A communal kitchen fully equipped for self-catering for up to 31 guests. When booking for four persons and more for two nights or more we will make sure you have the whole facility exclusive to yourself. Cleaning up and washing of dishes through the day included. There are scenic trails with many beautiful views from various vantage points and hills. A variety of game, birds and natural vegetation to be seen. It is located central to this region which makes day trips to various places of interest in all directions possible e.g. Mapungubwe, Kruger National Park, Venda and more. It also offers an ideal stopover before entering or after exiting Zimbabwe via Beit-bridge border post 35 km. Just far away enough from the hustle and bustle of the busy border town of Musina 18 km to have a well-deserved rest. You are welcome to stay only one night if you are on your way somewhere.We would suggest that you stay more if you want to explore this region or just want to relax and unwind. NICE DISCOUNT AVAILABLE TO LARGE GROUPS AND/OR MORE NIGHTS, DEPENDING ON THE GROUP SIZE AND AMOUNT OF NIGHTS. Please note that no credit card facilities are available.

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Reviews

  • "Magorgor"

    12 September 2017

    "The staff were very pleasant and helpful ..we stayed one night only and was comfortable ..one of the chalets we had ,had a plumbing problem ..but once we told the staff was sorted very quickly.."

    Wayne Biddlecombe
  • "Nice quiet place far enough but not too far off the road"

    03 March 2014

    "We only stayed overnight but the overall conditions are good. Everything was working properly, good kitchen, basic but good rooms.The only thing is that the water, although is drinkable, has a taste of sodium, so is not to everybody's taste. (for me, was ok). Cecil supplies 500ml of bottled water / person; but if you want more, bring from town. Ccil also sells small bottles."

    Marie-Hlne Predhom, South Africa
  • "Nice"

    29 August 2013

    "We enjoyed our stop over and were the only guests in the lodge. It was comfortable and peaceful with some good birds in the garden/pool area."

    warwick fraser, South Africa
  • "Awesome"

    12 February 2013

    "We had the most awesome time at Margorgor Safari Lodge. Enjoyed nature at its best!"

    JOHAN NEL, South Africa
  • "Good"

    22 December 2012

    "We had pleasant stay."

    Felane Mahlangu, South Africa
  • "February visit"

    15 February 2012

    "Visiting in February on a Monday, we were three ladies who had the whole lodge to ourselves. Though a little hard to find, a bit away from the main road, it was very nice, calm, tidy and attractive. Bring something to eat while sitting in the open air having tea early in the morning!"

    Maud Hell, Sweden
  • "Nice and quiet"

    27 December 2011

    "The lodge was nice and quiet with lots of game reserves within easy reach."

    Emmanuel Mutasa, South Africa
  • "Very quiet and comfortable"

    29 August 2011

    "We stayed three nights at Magorgor Safari lodge and we liked it very much. The staff was very friendly and the site was perfect."

    Anita Joppe, Netherlands
  • "Magorgor Safari Lodge"

    28 June 2010

    "Ideal as an overnight stopover and close enough to Beit Bridge for an early start. Close enough to a restaurant if you don't feel like cooking."

    Marylou Greig, South Africa
  • "Verblyf te Magorgor."

    28 June 2010

    "Verblyf was baie aangenaam, sal enigeen aanbeveel om daar te gaan vakansie hou. Groete, Japie en Fransie Prinsloo"

    Anonymous, South Africa
  • "Magorgor Safari Lodge"

    28 June 2010

    "Ideal as an overnight stopover and close enough to Beit Bridge for an early start. Close enough to a restaurant if you don't feel like cooking."

    Marylou Greig,South Africa
  • "Verblyf te Magorgor."

    28 June 2010

    "Verblyf was baie aangenaam, sal enigeen aanbeveel om daar te gaan vakansie hou. Groete, Japie en Fransie Prinsloo"

    Anonymous,South Africa
  • "Magorgor Safari Lodge"

    02 April 2010

    "Quick, quiet and relaxing"

    Michael Jackson, Canada
  • "Magorgor Safari Lodge"

    02 April 2010

    "Quick, quiet and relaxing"

    Michael Jackson,Canada
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