Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge – Elim

Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge


Once the old farmhouse, the main Lodge now boasts an intimate country restaurant and lounge area, complete with a fireplace and stunning views of the surrounds. Enjoy the sumptuous cuisine with it’s Afro-fusion style which incorporates both the best of local and European tastes. The tastefully decorated thatched chalets are each decorated with a different theme – all of which incorporates elements from the local artists. Choose from the Dragonfly, Bug or African room – each one has its own charm. Each chalet is tucked away from the other offering you secluded and intimate privacy, with your own view of the lake.

Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge is set in 30 hectares of natural vegetation and offers you the opportunity to walk through the estate where you may see some of the game species that frequent the area. Waterbuck, Kudu, Bushbuck and Duiker are often seen grazing and browsing in the lodge grounds. Enjoy a sundowner cruise on the “Savannah” on the Levubu river and enjoy a cocktail whilst seeing the sun go down and listening to the call of the Fiery necked nightjar as evening falls.

Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge is situated in the heart of many varied world renown artists and local crafters – this diversity is amongst the richest in Southern Africa and we will gladly arrange a visit for you – a truly unforgettable experience. So, come and share our secret and join us in a truly memorable experience at Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge.

Contact Details

Telephone: +27(0)15 556-3406
Address: Albasini Dam, Elim, Louis Trichardt, Soutpansberg Region, Limpopo, Elim


Please contact the establishment directly for alll rates information. Thank you.

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