Motswari Game Lodge

Kruger National Park, South Africa

Beautifully blending traditional Africa décor with contemporary style, Motswari Game Lodge is a luxurious lodge that really hones in on the beauty of an African safari. Nestled in Timbavati Nature Reserve within the Kruger National Park, you’ll enjoy a lot of incredible experiences here that you’ll struggle to find elsewhere.

Take for instance their overnight walking safaris within Motswari Game Reserve, an exhilarating experience where yourself and a guide will stroll, dine and sleep right in the bush, truly immersing you in Africa’s landscapes and teaching you about the area’s wonderful wildlife. There are also extended game drives – giving you ample opportunity to spot the Big Five – as well as walking safaris, and Giraffe’s Nest Hide sleep-outs within Motswari Game Reserve. Boma and bush dinners only add to the immersive experience, allowing you to dine under the stars.

The lodge itself has 15 bungalow suites, all adopting trendy décor with an African touch. All of the suites have a high level of comfort, and you’ll love waking up from a deep sleep to see wonderful wildlife grazing amongst the never-ending views.

There is also a swimming pool perfect for a relaxing afternoon of animal watching, plus two bars, a curio shop, a library and art gallery, and a cosy lounge with a mix of textiles and patterns to create a homely feel.

What's Included

  • All suites have a double bed
  • All meals
  • Game drives in a 4x4 purpose built safari vehicle
  • Overnight walking safaris
  • Walking safaris
  • Giraffe's Nest Hide sleep-out
  • National Park fees
  • Library
  • Art gallery
  • Swimming pool
  • WiFi in public areas

Open all year round, children over the age of six are welcome.

Price Information

This lodge can be booked as part of a tailor-made safari, with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £285 / €325 / $395

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