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Set deep in the heart of a rare and beautiful dry sand forest, the award-winning Forest Lodge fuses architecture and conservation. The lodge was hand built by local artisans, with a minimal footprint on the forest floor – not one tree was felled during construction. An exquisite contradiction, floor-to-ceiling glass walls invite the forest inside, while the dense tree canopy shelters and provides privacy. Floating on stilts above the forest floor while dainty suni graze below, the 16 Zulu Zen suites blend harmoniously into the dappled shade.
Whether you’re on honeymoon or travelling with a private group, Phinda Mountain Lodge is a Big Five safari destination that will steal your heart with its spacious private suites, some of the best views in the world and access to a selection of unique adventure safaris. With wraparound views of the ancient Ubombo mountain range, Phinda Mountain Lodge balances itself majestically above its panoramic surroundings. The 16 suites, 3 family cottages and a family suite are scattered along the mountainside offer complete privacy and luxury.
Dramatically set into a cliff face overlooking spectacular Leopard Rock, Phinda Rock Lodge is an architectural delight, combining Malian influences with pueblo panache. Its six suites are seemingly suspended over the deep valley below, providing breath-taking views. Each romantic suite, constructed from contoured stone and adobe, boasts an earthy, soft grey palette and solid wooden shutters and doors, which open onto a private plunge pool and viewing deck. Featuring spacious en-suite bathrooms, the suites also offer outdoor showers, providing some of the most scenic al fresco bathing on the African continent.
Fringing Phinda Private Game Reserve’s wildlife-rich wetland system, situated along the edge of the rare sand forest, the sophisticated Phinda Vlei Lodge is intimately integrated into the surrounding bush. Gracious and elegant, this charming lodge comprises six thatched suites decorated in a subtle blend of North and West African styles, with hints of a Balinese influence. The atmosphere is exclusive and personal, with a mixture of understated sophistication and pure luxury.