Five deluxe chalets, one executive chalet, and one family unit are on offer. We had the privilege to be booked into the executive chalet. A swimming pool and communal lounge/dining room area (also lookout point over a waterhole).
Our chalet had an en suite bathroom with a large bathtub, an outside shower, and an outside covered kitchenette. A boma under a large tree allowed for evening braais. Fully equipped for two.
We loved that this unit is private, and borders on the game fence – we, unfortunately, did not see any game up close but the owners and staff assured us that a number of kills has taken place right up the fence.
Being in a Big 5 area one has to do some game drives. self-drives are permitted in Dinokeng (permit required and this can be purchased from the gates and some lodges) and we went for that option, game drives can also be booked through safari operators in the area. Pack picnic baskets and spend the day exploring, have lunch at the picnic sites, purchase dry wors and meat at the butchery at the mall, and see the Big 5 if you are fortunate. We spend a day discovering Dinokeng and fell in love with it.
Should we ever have the opportunity we would certainly visit Safari Lookout Lodge, and Dinokeng!