Mangwa Valley Game Lodge is situated in the heart of the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve a mere 45 minutes’ drive from Pretoria. Discover this secret valley nestled in just under a thousand hectares of pristine bushveld offering accommodation to 40 guests in stone and thatch chalets with wild animals right on your doorstep.
Choose from these options:
- R1 250 for a one night stay for two
- R2 399 for a two night stay for two
- R3 450 for a three night stay for two
- R4 499 for a four night stay for two
In a twin bedded en-suite room, including breakfast, a game drive and a full body massage
Lodge at a Glance
In a bid to increase tourism to the North Eastern Quadrant of the Gauteng Province, the Mangwa Valley Game Lodge, set in the Dinokeng Game Reserve, has built a name for itself as one of the most exclusive and private game lodges in the area. It currently boasts 15 species of large mammals which can be viewed on safari by foot or vehicle. Guests can spend time in the central lapa which features a restaurant and bar overlooking the valley. A central facility with restaurant and bar overlooks the stunning valley. Alternatively a boma braai can be arranged.
- Swimming pool
- Game drives
- Guided hikes
- Spa treatments
- Reading/Business lounge
- Children’s play area
- Curio shop
- Boma/Braai venue
- Full service restaurant
Mangwa Valley Game Lodge accommodates 40 guests in their spacious stone and thatch chalets, surrounded by lawns with wide patios overlooking the bushveld.
- Free-standing fans
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Outdoor patio
- Walk-in showers
- Hairdryers on request
- All beds can be separated into twins
What to do in the Dinokeng Reserve
Meaning ‘a place of rivers’, the conservancy of Dinokeng was established by the Gauteng Provincial Government as a premier tourist destination close to urban Gauteng. At over 200 000 hectares, Dinokeng lies in the catchment area of the Olifants and Limpopo Rivers and encompasses a number of towns, the Roodeplaat and Rust de Winter dam areas and over 275 tourist attractions. Dinokeng is culturally and historically rich with battle sites, forts, memorials and cemeteries littering the landscape. There is something for everyone to enjoy from Big 5 game parks, bird watching, nature reserves, adventure activities, a diamond mine, archaeological sites and galleries. Dinokeng is also home to theatres, a winery and an open-air museum, as well as diamond outlets. The area’s three major tourist hubs are the historic town of Cullinan, where the world’s largest diamond was discovered in 1905, the Roodeplaat Dam and the Dinokeng Big Five Game Reserve.