WEDOHUNT’s accommodations are the perfect starting point for South Africa’s diverse culture, magnificent nature and not least impressive wildlife – even when hunting.
In our view, there is an ethical and aesthetic harmony between appreciating the beautiful nature and the beautiful animals during your stay while on a hunting trip where the Management Plan is followed in order to ensure that only the number of animals needed during the year is shifted, where for WeDoHunt it is about nature conservation in order to ensure that the area retains its habitat for Africa’s wildlife by good wildlife conservation. Our hunting earnings go to preserving the area for the wild animals and ensuring that on our territory in the private part of Kruger National Park there are guard guards in place to secure the population of rhinos and elephants.
Located in the middle of bushen, Phuti Lodge is the perfect starting point for both hunting and photo safaris.
Phuti Safari Lodge is furnished with 5 beautiful and traditional cabins with private toilet and bath. There is also a shared pool, kitchen, living and dining room, covered lounge area with open fireplace, a fire pit with barbecue and a view of the South African animals.
You can book one or more cabins, you can also rent the entire Lodge, which can accommodate 10 people and accommodate an additional 5 extra rescues for children under 12 years of age. Phuti lodge has a charming and completely private location that makes you feel completely in one with nature. Here you live close to a watering hole, where many animals come and drink every day. The lodge’s area is therefore a minor photo safari in itself, without having to leave the sunbed by the pool at all. At Phuti you are completely yourself and can enjoy the tranquility and nature. wildlife drives take place both on Phuti or our 10.000 hectare area across the road – where the Big Five will be experienced.
Bonus info: Phuti or Phuthi as south Africans spell it, is a language spoken by a small group of people of about 20,000 people in South Africa’s southern region. The language is not one of the eleven official languages of South Africa.
Facilities in the cabins:
- Large and tastefully decorated rooms (Queen size)
- Bathroom with shower and toilet
- Towels, linen and various toiletries
- Air conditioning
- Mosquito nets
- Adapters for European connectors