Masorini Bush Lodge Aerial View


Lodge History & Facilities

The name ‘Masorini’ comes from a late Iron Age site that can be found on a prominent hillside 12kms from the Phalaborwa Gate in the Kruger National Park. The site was inhabited by the Sotho speaking Ba-Phalaborwa tribe during the 1800’s who developed an advanced and sophisticated industry of mining, smelting iron ore and trading in these iron products.

The lodge was born in 1998 and results from a passion for the African bush. It is owner built and operated and ensures a personal and enlightening visit. Relax and enjoy peaceful surroundings in the bush while engaging your senses of sight, sound and smell of the African Bush - the sight of freely roaming game - the sound of abundant bird life - the scent of wild fruits and flowers

Our accommodation is in thatched chalets which are either self-catering or catered for. Each unit consists of a bedroom, bathroom en-suite with your own private patio and braai facility. With our comfortable accommodation, delicious meals and warm hospitality, we aim to provide a memorable stay with a “Touch of Africa” and a “Taste of Home”

A holiday is being able to rest & relax, we therefore offer a number of facilities to allow you to escape...


  • Swimming pool
  • Walking trails & birding list
  • Licensed Pub
  • Self-catering chalets
  • Chalets serviced daily
  • Laundry service
  • Nightly campfire
  • Arrange & book all local activities & safaris
  • Assist with planning travel itineraries
  • Secure parking