One of the first safari lodges built in the Kruger National Park, Jock Safari Lodge is situated at the confluence of two rivers - the Mitomeni and Biyamiti. The lodge is located in the southern part of the park in the Jock of the Bushveld Concession. Surrounded by magnificent trees and an abundance of bird and animal life, the lodge reflects a unique style that combines indigenous Zulu and Shangaan cultures.
At Jock Safari Lodge, game drives are guided by a professional team of rangers in open-vehicles, providing the best possible encounters. Other activities available include walking safaris, birding safaris, guided historical tours and stargazing. The charming rock pool is a great place to relax and cool off while enjoying the view of the surrounding wilderness.