An Opulent Retreat – Kruger National Park
This is the definitive safari lodge of Kruger National Park for the travel connoisseur, offering life-style, culinary and safari experiences in one superb package.
- Exciting walking safaris and game drives
- Watch beautiful wildlife traverse the vast open grassland
- Bush Spa offering holistic and healing treatments
- Superb cuisine and a wine cellar to impress a connoisseur
Situated in the Nwanetsi Concession Area in the Kruger National Park, this Kruger Park lodge is located in a game rich area and guests will enjoy excellent wildlife sightings, including the Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant).
This exquisite safari lodge rests lightly among the ancient boulders of the Lebombo Mountains overlooking an African plain where two rivers meet. Guests will be able to experience the beauty of the bush, while staying in majestically appointed surroundings.
Guests will stay in luxurious suites elevated on stilts along the cliff side. Look out from the timber and glass suite and enjoy the breathtaking views over the African bush. The suites all have floor to ceiling glass fronts, ideal for game viewing. They are furnished with stylish contemporary flare.
Dine indoors or out while watching game traverse the vast open grassland. Wine connoisseurs will delight in the wine cellar, boasting an array of award winning of fine wines. The dedicated Bush Spa offers a comprehensive activity and personal treatment programme. See exciting African wildlife at this Kruger Park lodge while on one of their open Land Rover game drives which are led by expert guides. Alternatively, experience the African bush up close with an optional walking safari.
Since malaria is present in the Mpumalanga region where the lodge is situated, it is essential to ensure that anti-malarial precautions be taken throughout the year.
The lodge is unable to accommodate children under the age of 10. Children over the age of 10 can partake in the Mini Rangers Course, filled with fun activities.
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