Mpumalanga: Self-Catering Stay at Kwambali Riverside Lodge
- Self-catering cottages on the banks of the Sabie River
- Open plan kitchen and lounge with thatch ceilings
- Only 23 kilometres from the Kruger National Park
Resting on the banks of the Sabie River, Kwambali Riverside Lodge is a holiday retreat with charming thatch-roof cottages and unobstructed views, that guarantee to provide any nature-lover with a worthwhile escape from the office-entrenched routines of modern-day living.
Choose between these options:
- R799 for a two-night stay for two
- R1 099 for a two-night stay for up to four
- R1 595 for a two-night stay for up to six
With unobstructed views of the Sabie River, flanked by large indigenous trees, the self-catering cottages at Kwambali provide a welcome retreat into the African bushveld. Guests can relax in the fully equipped cottages, which each feature their own braai area, patio and secure parking. The one-bedroom cottages have en suite bedrooms with either a double or three quarter bed, and come complete with a television and DStv. The two-bedroom cottages comfortably cater for up to six guests with two double beds, an open-plan kitchen and lounge, and two single beds in the lounge. When it comes to soaking up the ambiance of Africa, guests are welcome to make use of the private braai area and patio that each cottage provides.
A sparkling swimming pool on premises provides welcome relief to guests from the lowveld heat, while a thatched lapa gives guests the chance to enjoy a braai and take in the views of the Sabie River. Those who enjoy being active can enjoy a game of tennis, volleyball or badminton. For those looking for activities with a little more adrenalin, quad biking, river rafting, paintballing, ziplining and one of the world’s highest gorge swings can also be enjoyed. Nearby, travellers can explore the town of Hazyview, as well as the scenic drives and tourist attractions that surround it. And the Kruger National Park, which is 18-kilometres away, offers ample opportunity to witness the majesty of the African animal kingdom.