Rediscover Africa’s heartbeat at Halfway There Game Lodge.
Rest your head in the lap of luxury and immerse yourself in the untamed wilderness under majestic African skies.
If you’re up to exploring, Dinokeng is the first free-roaming Big Five residential game reserve in Gauteng and promises a spectacular time for game-viewing enthusiasts.
What's the Deal?
2-Night Weekday Self-Catering Stay for Two Including Welcome Drink and Self Game Drive – R1550 (valued at R3875)
2-Night Weekend Self-Catering Stay for Two Including Welcome Drink and Self Game Drive – R1999 (valued at R5275)
*The offer valid for Self Game Drive only – not valid for a guided Game Drive
About each Option
Welcome drinks on arrival
2-Night stay for 2 people
Wood to braai
Self game drive
Free Wi-Fi in the bar area and restaurant
Dinokeng Game Reserve Conservation levy:
R80-00 per adult
R50-00 per child
The conservation fees are per stay and not per day
About the Accommodation
Check-in: 14h00; Check-out: 11h00
0 to 2 years stay free, 2 to 10-year-olds are charged R325 per night
10 and above are charged R650 per person per night
All rooms are air-conditioned
All rooms have a work table for businessmen who wish to work late
Tea/coffee stations in each room
4 Sleeper (1 x double bed 2 x single beds)
Bath and Shower
Patio table and chair overlooking the bush.
The six luxury tents have en suite bathrooms
Kitchen area equipped with all the basic necessities, including a microwave oven, kettle and coffee station.
Table and chairs on the stoep overlooking the bushveld
Covered parking/carport adjoining accommodation
Lapa and braai area
Restaurant & Bar
WiFi available in the restaurant & bar
Sparkling pools at restaurant
About Halfway There Game Lodge
Self-game drives can be enjoyed on the 800-hectare property within the Dinokeng Big Five Game Reserve.
The area is home to an abundance of game, including elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion, cheetah, giraffe, eland, kudu, wildebeest, zebra, impala and more. Keep your eyes peeled for the Big Five if you’re lucky you might spot the king of the jungle (lions) or leopards lazing in a tree.