At Maduma Boma peep into an aardvark’s lair, find porcupine quills, or just be a lazy lizard lying all day around your own private pool; deep in the African bush. Have you noticed the Paradise Flycatcher nesting outside the bedroom window? Did you see the warthog family with their tails in top gear? That dung beetle rolling its tiny ball uphill? At night, under a sky full of stars, your family around the fire in the boma, re-living the adventures of the day. You’ve just discovered Maduma Boma. For more than 40 years, the bushveld’s best kept secret.
||Eastgate Airport (Hoedspruit)
||Basic Self Catering facilities
|Own swimming pool
| Own braai facilities
|All drinks, transport to/from camp, personal expenses
| gratuities, travel insurance
What makes Maduma Boma so special?
- A true safari experience that won’t cost you a fortune
- Book one of our 9 chalets or a beautiful luxury Villa
- Your own swimming pool and boma
- Fully serviced daily
- Sit in one of our hides to view game
- The freedom to walk or game track anywhere
- Surrounded by Big 5 Reserves
- Just half an hour drive from Kruger National Park (Orpen Gate)
- Close to the Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window and the Scenic route
The sun rises over your thatched chalet in a secluded part of the bush. An early morning game walk brings you face to face with the Giraffe, Impala, Wildebeest, Kudu, Nyala and many other species of magnificent African animals.
Self catering accommodation
Each chalet has its own private swimming pool
Each chalet has its own boma and braai facilities
Each chalet is fully serviced daily
Superb Bird life
Fauna and Flora – JUST GREAT!
Kruger National Park – Orpen Gate
Next door to the Wildlife Endangered Species Center
- Shares a boundary with Kapama Game Reserve (Big 5)
Hoedspruit International Airport only 25 km away
Blyde River Canyon & other scenic landmarks
Sit quietly at one of the many hides and dams situated on the farm and watch the abundant bird life busy with their daily routine.
Lunch is spent around your own private swimming pool, cooling off and soaking up the sun, while a mother warthog and her babies visit you for tea.
At dusk, the Drakensberg Mountains are awash with red – sun downers defined.
In the evening, you enjoy a ‘ Bushveld braai’. You spend the evening around the fire, relaying the day’s stories…
After the sun goes down, the night comes alive. The lonely call of a Hyena, the bark of a hungry Jackal and an Owl’s hoot and piercing call of the Night Jar.
This is the time to sit and stare at the southern night sky, and then you realize that this has to be Paradise