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My wife and I were in South Africa for Travel Presentations having both been in the Travel Industry for over thirty years.
What struck us the most on our arrival at Fugitives Drift was its unique location and the level of friendliness and service we...More
We are just back from our S.A.trip, and Fugitives Drift was our last stop. What an amazing place! We got such a warm,friendly welcome on our arrival and once settled enjoyed a delicious lunch. Then it was off on our first trip to the battlefield...More
Visitors should be aware there is a significant distance to travel on gravel roads that may not be in good condition. But once there you’ll realise the drive is worth any discomfort.
This venue is a real family run enterprise and you get an immediate...More
After a bit of complication in finding the right turning for the last few miles, we arrived at Fugitives Drift Lodge just in time for lunch!
Our cases were whipped away and delivered to our gorgeous room - very spacious, beautifully furnished, fabulous, enormous bed,...More
On reflecting on my three nights at Fugitives Drift I am not sure a 'review' has any meaning.
It was "my needs met" in every conceivable way. From the moment I was ushered into lunch, simply because I arrived in the middle of the day,...More
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USD 426 - USD 489 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The rooms are closer to the communal areas at the Guest House, so you will be absolutely fine there
Casual, light clothes plus can't nifty shoe shoes. Swimsuit and a jacket as the weather is pretty changeable at this time of the year, and it can be chilly in the mornings and evenings. Oh and don't forget a hat!
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"We stayed in the Lodge and judging by the layout, there is not a room you would not be thrilled with."