Letsatsi Game Lodge is a 4 star graded game lodge offering Smithfield accommodation in 43 guest rooms.
About Letsatsi Game Lodge
Letsatsi Game Lodge is magnificently nestled in an area of natural beauty full of breath-taking hills and valleys descending from the river Caledon in the heart of the southern Free State. Letsatsi is the Sotho word for sun and it is indeed a fitting word for this haven of unspoiled nature. An unforgettable game reserve experience.
Letsatsi Private Game Reserve is an ecological refuge that consists of a game reserve, a main lodge, a secluded bush camp and luxury thatched chalets.
Hidden in the tranquillity of a secluded valley, the Letsatsi Bush Camp can only be reached by descending down a sturdy wooden staircase, punctuated with rest stops and observation decks. Stone and wooden walkways form an intricate network of pathways that connect the tents to one another, to the unique African bush styled ablution facilities and dining area. The outdoor fire-pit and is ideal for evening relaxation and alfresco dining under the starlit African skies.
The luxury tented camp is designed for family- and group getaways. The Bush Camp can accommodate up to 40 guests in tents, which all have thatched coverings and are furnished with twin beds, wardrobes, electricity, tea / coffee making facilities and electric blankets.
Letsatsi Game Lodge is renowned for its mouth-watering culinary creations with traditional ethnic elements all prepared in the Busch Restaurant in the Busch Camp. Come experience this unique restaurant with fantastic food in the bush.
This malaria-free game reserve comprises 2.340 hectares of mainly African Savannah. Making your way over the steep and rocky terrain of the koppies, you will travel through amongst other indigenous bushes and plants, Wild Olive, White Stinkwood, Karee Trees and sweet grass.
Letsatsi Private Game Reserve offers abundant opportunity for bird watching connoisseurs as well as a wide range of established wildlife species. During your stay at Letsatsi you are more than likely to encounter amongst others, large herds of zebra, springbuck, red hartebeest, black wildebeest, mountain reedbuck, gemsbok, kudu, eland, sable, giraffe, and many more wild life.