The Outpost Lodge is situated in a remote part of Kruger National Park, in a wilderness area previously inaccessible to visitors. The land which is on loan from the local Makuleke People, is managed by the South African National Parks Board. This lodge is the result of a unique co-operation between private investors and the local community. The Outpost is the first Kruger Park lodge to be built in this vast region.
The Outpost Lodge was designed by an Italian born architect, Enrico Daffonchio. Using simple, clean lines and combining elements of steel and canvas, the stunning contemporary design of this luxury Kruger Park lodge emphasizes its beautiful surrounds but blends in with the wilderness that is its home.
The Makuleke Region falls in the epicentre of the Great Limpopo Park, which comprises Kruger National Park, the Gaza National Park in Mozambique and the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe meaning that this luxury Kruger Park lodge is in an ideal location. This visionary park has become a reality and guests of Outpost Lodge are able to visit the Mozambican and Zimbabwean parts of the Peace Park without requiring visas and without having to exit the Peace Park.