Tshukudu takes its name from the first wild animal reintroduced on the reservation: a rhinoceros – tshukudu in Sotho language. Get ready for an unforgettable experience, and meet wild animals in their natural habitat. Formerly a cattle farm, Tshukudu has become in 25 years a paradise of 5000 hectares entirely dedicated to wildlife. Near the Kruger National Park, the Sussens family will welcome you in the purest South African tradition: warmly! All chalets and rondavels, named after the names of animals raised or rehabilitated in Tshukudu can accommodate 28 visitors. One of these chalets has been fully equipped to accommodate people with reduced mobility, the interior layout has been designed for maximum comfort. All chalets have air conditioning. Visitors can explore wild animals on foot during the morning walk, or in the afternoon for a 4 * 4 safari. Whatever the season, you can enjoy the pool and its splendid view, open on the savannah.