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    A riverside escape

    Gkhui Gkhui is a luxurious lodge, located on the riverbanks of the Orange River in South Africa.

Gkhui Gkhui River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Orange River between Orania and Hopetown in the Northern Cape of South Africa.

Gkhui Gkhui River Lodge is situated between Orania and Hopetown, and boasts a variety of game on a prime hunting area of more than 20 000 Ha. An abundance of birds and waterfowl, and arguably the best yellowish fly-fishing water on the Orange River, makes this a destination worth traveling to. Add our expertise, friendly service and hospitality to this and you have the perfect destination.

Indulge your palate with the exquisite flavours of our restaurants gourmet cuisine, and savour each bite as you dine on our main deck, while enjoying the sweeping views of the majestic Orange River. With game on its doorstep and rocky hills in the background, the luxurious accommodation setting is nothing short of spectacular.

Lodging at Gkhui Gkhui River Lodge is in standalone riverfront rooms, where a private deck awaits, overlooking the Orange River. All rooms are complete with modern amenities such as air-con en-suite bathrooms, and a select few even have their own outdoor wood-fired hot tub. All are a short walk from our main river deck, and we also have a conference facility, wi-fi, and access to a variety of activities.

Take a refreshing dip in our swimming pool or simply relax on the deck, or treat yourself to a blissful spa experience.

For thrill-seekers, summer brings the rush of white-water rafting, with adrenaline-pumping rapids that rival the best in the country. Explore the untamed beauty of nature on our diverse network of trails, perfect for mountain biking or leisurely strolls. Game drives can also be arranged, and the area is also a bird viewers paradise.

Visit to the Doornbult Concentration Camp or take a tour of the enigmatic town of Orania. Delve into the rich tapestry of the region’s heritage as you discover ancient Bushman engravings along the river.