Boulders Bush Lodge

Boulders Bush Lodge

Boulders Homestead

Boulders Homestead

Boulders Dam Lodge

Boulders Dam Lodge

Boulders Accommodation

The Bush Lodge

Boulders is a private and very exclusive lodge, located approximately 30 minutes from the Phalaborwa Gate to the Kruger National Park .

The lodge offers 4 luxury, air-conditioned, thatched chalets - each with en-suite bathroom, ceiling fan and a balcony which offers a unique view of the surrounding valley.


Dining at Boulders Game Ranch

A full time chef ensures that guests are only served the finest cuisine out on the "deck" overlooking one of the many waterholes on the ranch. Sundowners are best enjoyed from the dining deck, where the view of the Drakensberg on the horizon is truly magnificent.

After the excitement from the day, refresh yourself with long cool drinks from a well stocked bar.

For culinary adventures, true South African braai's (barbeques) under a star-studded African sky are not to be missed.

Boulders Accommodation

The Dam Lodge

Boulders Dam Lodge offers a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The Dam Lodge's rustic settings ensure that you experience the tranquility and beauty of the surrounding bush.
Enjoy "catch and release" fishing at the dam which is situated a few meters from the chalets.
The Lodge offers self catering facilities are provided to ensure an undisturbed and peaceful stay and can accommodate up to 8 people.


Facilities included are : Indoor kitchen, stove, fridge, outdoor shower, electricity, ceiling fans, hot water and braai facilities.

The Homestead

The Homestead is the personnel residence of the owner (Gray Scarterfield) and has 3 extra guest rooms with bathrooms en suite for additional guests.


The homestead also have a large bar and hosts the private collection of hunting trophies (over a 100 animals and birds) that have been hunted in most of Southern Africa countries as well as Mauritius, Australia, Norway and Spain. The collection may be viewed by appointment only.


The homestead also host a huge aviary that has well over 900 indigenous birds from various African countries. This aviary also includes parts of the owners bedroom and verandah which juts out into the aviary.


Small mammals are also bred at the homestead in various breeding camps such as Blue, Red and Common Duiker, Sunni, Sharps and Cape Grysbok, Klipspringer, and Steenbuck.