• 1 Welcome to Lechwe Lodge
    We specialize in weddings and conferences.
  • 2 Pedrie and Evette Wannenburg
    One of the most talked about weddings of 2011. Springbok Pedri Wannenburg and his wife Evette chose Lechwe Lodge as their wedding venue. Lechwe Lodge has once again showed why we are considered as one of the best wedding destinations that South Africa has to offer.
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ACCOMMODATION

 

Lechwe Lodge has accommodation of 28 thatched self-catering chalets, each with en-suite bathroom, braai (BBQ), kitchen, lounge and fully serviced daily. We can accommodate 70 people at once on the premises. Our chalets vary in size and location, and offer a luxurious stay with a true African Bush experience. We added extras such as fire places and a swimming pool at our bush camp. Televisions and all the little extras will make your family holiday a memorable one.

 

 

 

WEDDINGS

 

Lechwe Lodge has a lovely wedding venue for up to 270 guests. We invite you to experience your wedding day in our exceptional chapel and our safari-type banqueting hall. Our cuisine will have your guests talk for months to come and our beautiful honeymoon suite will take your breath away!

 

 

 

FUNCTIONS AND CONFERENCES

 

Lechwe Lodge is very popular for it's conference and teambuilding facilities. We offer companies the opportunity to conduct their business meetings, brainstorming and leisure activities in the serenity of a game sanctuary, providing a welcome relief from the stressful corporate environment. The conference rooms at Lechwe Lodge can accommodate from 10 to 250 delegates.

 

 

 

WILDLIFE

 

Lechwe Lodge is a wildlife sanctuary and is home to more than 30 species of wildlife including the Lechwe Buck. Other wildlife animals include Sable, Antelope, Giraffe, Cape Buffalo, Black and Blue Wildebeest, Springbuck, Gemsbok, Nyala, Impala, Kudu, Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Bontebok, Southern Reedbuck, Zebra, Red Hartebeest, Blesbuck, Steenbuck, Warthog and Lion.

 

 

 

BIRD WATCHING

Bird watchers have the opportunity to observe the diversity of species in their natural habitat. Photographic enthusiasts can get a close-up of nature's splendour.