Baobab Hill Bush House
Baobab Hill Bush House is the old ranger’s accommodation for a total of eight guests at any one time. It is situated on a small hill just north of the Luvuvhu River, with excellent views of the surrounding area.
Perched on a secluded, baobab-studded ridge just north of the Luvuvhu, Baobab Hill Bush House was once the Pafuri ranger’s station. This rustic homestead offers ideal accommodation for families or friends seeking privacy and comfort in the bush. It consists of four bedrooms and sleeps up to eight people, with a home kitchen, open plan dining room and lounge, a swimming pool, and an Out of Africa veranda, perfect for sundowners or dinners in the early evenings. The property is fenced, offering a child friendly environment. To help you the house comes with a cook, housekeeper, a professional guide and an open safari vehicle to help you explore the rich diversity of our concession.
The house is self-catering but, if you choose not to provide for yourself, the restaurant and bar at Pafuri Camp are at your disposal. Please enquire about our catered option.
Please note that Baobab Hill Bush House abides by SANParks gate entry and exit times. To view these times please visit SANParks.org
Sleeps 8 guests
R11,000 per night
Dress: Comfortable walking shoes and safari gear
Pack: Cameras, hats and binoculars