Trace the steps of early conservations and immerse yourself in wildlife
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Lilayi Lodge is nestled amongst 650 hectares of unspoiled grassland that is home to over 25 different species of mammals and over 300 different species of birds. Any visit to the lodge would not be complete without a walking safari lead by one of our extremely knowledgeable guides who have over 20 years of experience introducing guests to the resident giraffe, roan antelope, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, tsessebe as well as many others which call the park home.
Genuine experiences from our guests
Walking in the park is an excellent way to spend an afternoon with one of their guides
– Andrew W / Tripadvisor
Located in a non-predetor game reserve, bushbucks and waterbucks graze two steps aways from your terrace, you can do some wonderful walking safaris. The 10km is highly recommended. We spotted many game, including the orphaned elephants durng their walk outside the nursery… 🙂
– Judy 1975 / Tripadvisor
Our guide, Sonart, is really knowledgeable and a lovely man. You see things in detail on a walking safari. He pointed out all the animal tracks, the different kinds of trees and their uses and showed us where they used to do iron smelting in a traditional way right into the 1970s.
– roger529 / Tripadvisor
Walking Safari Regulations
All signage should be strictly observed
Remember the game reserve is home to a large variety of wildlife including giraffes, zebra, wildebeest, warthog, puku, kudu, eland, and impala. There are no predators on site.
Strictly do not feed the animals.
Please be considerate of the environment and do not litter on the game farm.