Frequently Asked Questions

Why Eco Eden Bush Lodge?

Eco Eden is located in a pristine bushveld environment, yet only 30 minute’s drive outside the busy town of Nelspruit.  Once you reach the lodge, the friendly staff will welcome you and look after you for the duration of your stay.  The atmosphere at Eco Eden is relaxed with lots of space for guests to enjoy in luxury style.  Our central location makes it the ideal spot from where the Lowveld attractions can be explored.  A few Kruger National Park gates are a mere 40 minutes away. The kitchen only uses the best ingredients – once you have tasted our delicious food, you will agree that Eco Eden is great value for money.

Do you cater for events and conferences?

Yes, we accommodate up to 50 people for year- end functions, birthday celebrations, boma braais and small weddings. Conferencing with all stationary and catering needs for up to 25 people attending.

Do you have Wi-Fi facilities?

Yes, we do have Wi-Fi Facilities, and it’s free (but not uncapped)!

I love hiking; are there any hiking facilities available?

Yes, we have a hiking trail where an abundance of bird- and animal life can be seen.

We are a group of 8 persons. Can we book the entire lodge for ourselves?

Yes, you may book the entire guest house for your exclusive use.  A self catering option available for groups of eight and more staying at least four nights.

I’ll be flying to the Lowveld. Will you be able to pick us up at the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport?

Absolutely! As a matter of fact, we can also arrange transfers from and to OR Thambo International Airport as well as other local transfers at very reasonable rates.

There’s so much to see and do in the Lowveld, and I want to make the most of my trip. Will you be able to book us on sight-seeing trips?

Any additional requests will be accommodated, where possible.  Please refer to our Attractions page for more details.

Do you have any eco initiatives?

Some of our environmental projects include:

  • weed and erosion control
  • rain water harvesting
  • planting of indigenous trees only
  • tree tagging
  • bird identification
  • organic gardens
  • recycling and waste management
  • poaching control and environmental education.