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Uniquely luxurious malaria free wilderness lodges

Vast, remote and serene, the Lapalala Wilderness awakens the senses with its deep valleys and spectacular cliffs echoing to the sound of tumbling streams. From crystal clear rock pools to wide open plains, this is an area rich in an abundant array of wildlife and largely untouched by man.

Lepogo Lodges consists of 2 separate lodges, both of which can be booked in their entirety. Noka Camp is the first to open and sleeps 12. Melote House will be an exclusive use house, sleeping up to 16 and will open in 2023.

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Noka Camp

Sitting on top of a spectacular 100 ft rock face with the swirling Palala River below, Noka Camp encourages complete tranquility with uncompromised luxury. Noka Camp is nestled in the heart of the malaria free Lapalala Game Reserve and offers an exquisite base from which to explore the 50,000 hectares of pure African wilderness.

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Non for Profit
Conservation Tourism

We have created Lepogo Lodges as a non for profit venture. It is one of the few lodges globally giving 100% of any financial gains back into the reserve for the benefit of wildlife, local community and future generations.

Cheetah reintroduction and preservation is a priority for the owners and foremost in their personal conservation goals. The name Lepogo is derived from the Sotho for Cheetah.

Getting here... is easy

One of the shortest distances to a wilderness experience in Africa:

  • 1 hr flight to Lapalala's airstrip
  • 1 hr helicopter flight directly to the lodges
  • 3 hr drive from Johannesburg

All of which we can arrange for you.

Carbon Neutral Travel

The Lepogo Lodges Carbon Offset Programme neutralizes every guests’ carbon footprint from the moment they leave their homes until their arrival at our lodge and back again.

Our guests are able to calculate their carbon footprint with us and choose which project they would like us to offset their footprint against. This is done with every guest.