Hotels in Malelane: Camp Shawu is named after the renowned African elephants known as the Magnificent Seven. The Shawu Bull roamed the valley for sixty years, boasting the longest tusks ever recorded in South Africa. Those who were fortunate enough to have encountered this astonishing and moving bull say he took your breath away, and Camp Shawu aims to do the same. Accommodation at this property fits the definition of ‘glamping' with its main lodge with authentic buffalo dung walls and five luxurious rooms. Each room has an en suite bathroom with bath and outdoor shower as well as a sitting area with a fireplace. The lodge's spacious veranda overlooks the Mpanamana Dam, providing the perfect place for guests to relax with a drink while observing game coming down to drink from the river. Located in the south eastern area of the Kruger National Park, Camp Shawu offers a safari experience that is treasured.
Hotels in Malelane: Camp Shonga is a cosy lodge located near the Lebombo Mountains in a private concession of the Kruger National Park. The lodge runs in a sustainable manner so that there is minimal impact on the surrounding environment. Visitors can stay in comfortable, luxurious tented suites that have great views of the surrounding bush, the very definition of ‘glamping. 'At Camp Shonga the emphasis is on guests' total immersion in the environment. Although located in Big Five terrain of the Kruger National Park, the objective of Camp Shonga is for guides share their knowledge of the region and its diverse eco-systems with the guests, ensuring a fantastic safari experience.
Hotels in Malelane: This hotel is located in a national park. A nearby place of interest is the Crocodile Bridge gate of the Kruger National Park situated a couple of miles. The property features a restaurant and a ticket. Amenities room.
Hotels in Malelane: Ngwenya Lodge, on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park and adjacent to the Crocodile River, provides excellent views of the wildlife that gathers on the floodplain. The resort is a bird-watching paradise. Game drives can be arranged from Ngwenya.
Hotels in Malelane: This lodge is situated less than 1 km away from Malelane Gate, the most southern entrance to Kruger National Park. It is surrounded by 22 ha of indigenous gardens and unspoilt African bush with magnificent views of the Crocodile River. Guests will be able to watch hippos and other animals close by, as they stroll down to the river for a drink of water or to cool down. Kruger National Park is only 700 m away and has 2000 km of road tracks and 6 permanent rivers crossing the savannah. Here guests can see lions, leopards, elephants, buffalos and rhinos, not to mention 336 types of trees, 49 species of fish, 114 types of reptiles and 507 different bird species, as well as giraffe, monkeys, zebras and antelopes. The lodge is roughly 400 km from Johannesburg (4 hours drive), 56 km from Nelspruit, 6 km from the town of Malelane, 176 km from Maputo and an hour's drive from Swaziland. In this amazing spa resort guests will feel as if they are surrounded by nature at all times. The lodge comprises a total of 74 rooms and is a great get-away for families wanting a relaxing holiday in the African bush. It is also ideal for conferences and can cater for up to 150 delegates. Facilities include: lobby with 24-hour reception, restaurant, bar, café, TV room, Internet/WLAN access, room and laundry services, free parking for guests and a local craftwork shop. All rooms are luxuriant and earthy with an African touch. Standard rooms come with Hollywood twin beds with percale linen and duvets. Mahogany stained furniture decorates the rooms and the granite topped hand basins complete the bathroom. Rooms include: individually adjustable air conditioning and heating, a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, mini-fridge, tea/coffee facilities, a hairdryer, and a safe. There is also an outdoor balcony with wrought iron furniture where guests can admire the garden view.
Hotels in Malelane: The hotel is situated in the midst of 15, 000 hectares of wilderness in the south-eastern section of the world renowned Kruger National Park. With the Crocodile river as a southern border, offering superb viewing of water birds, hippopotamus and large herds of buffalo and elephant right on the doorstep, the private concession area of Mpanamana stretches east up along the border of Mozambique. The hotel offers the perfect combination of modern elegance, warm hospitality and luxuriously appointed furnishings, ensuring that guests experience an unforgettable African safari. The rooms are all luxuriously appointed ensuring guests have an enjoyable stay. Guests can participate in early morning and late afternoon game drives in open vehicles, enjoying the opportunity to discover some of Africa's animals, birds and reptiles, all under the guidance of the fully-trained rangers. The hotel offers traditional South African cuisine, prepared by a team of chefs. The hotel's dining areas feature a perfect backdrop of distant Lebombo Mountains on the eastern horizon. Via self drive, road transfers, fly-in to nearby airports (KMIA or Hoedspruit, to slightly further Phalaborwa) then to be transferred by road direct to the lodge.