Hawane Resort offers accommodation in 22 thatched chalets near the Malolotja Nature Reserve, overlooking the Maguga Dam with spectacular views of the rugged Malolotja Mountains.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R490 for a one-night stay for two
- Pay R980 for a two-night stay for two
- Pay R1 440 for a three-night stay for two
- Pay R1 880 for a four-night stay for two
In a Hawane Chalet, including breakfast
The Resort at a Glance
Framed by Malolotja's majestic peaks and located just two hours south of Kruger National Park, Hawane Resort surrounds travellers with breathtaking beauty. Waterways meander through the indigenous landscaped gardens enclosed by a serpentine braided wattle fence, and accommodation is offered in rustic, thatched chalets and a cosy house-boat.
Guests tuck in to a delicious array of African-fusion cuisine at the on-site restaurant, or pamper themselves with a choice of exotic treatments at the Bush Spa. When not kicking back and absorbing the peaceful surroundings, guests can cool off in the sparkling pool or lounge a while in the sauna. A fully equipped games room is also available.
- Weekday stays can enjoy a two-hour cruise on the houseboat for R400 - Subject to availability
- Replenish body and mind at the exotic and relaxing Bush Spa
- Taste of Africa Restaurant serves African-fusion cuisine and a selection of South African wines and spirits with a huge central fireplace to provide the warmth and a cheerful atmosphere
- Cool off or warm up in the sparkling swimming pool or sauna
- Get mementos of your trip at the Curio Shop
Conference facilities for up to 78 people also available
Decorated in a blend of traditional Swazi materials and glass panelled front walls creating an inviting atmosphere of warmth and light, each chalet offers comfortable and tranquil accommodation.
- Feather pillows and down duvets
- Single or double-bed configurations
- Sheen and linen mixed with hessian and printed cloth
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Swaziland
A beautiful land of mountains, valleys, rivers and other natural wonders, Swaziland makes the perfect holiday destination for those seeking a mix of adventure and culture. With rich culture and strong traditions, Swaziland’s remarkable heritage gives visitors a chance to get a better idea of traditional African culture, including spectacular festivals that the country is known for – especially the Umhlanga (Reed Dance) and Incwala ceremonies.
Many game parks and nature reserves across Swaziland protect a vast variety of animals, from the magnificent ‘Big Five’ to Warthogs, Antelope and Reptiles, Swaziland is home to numerous of Africa’s wild animal species. Swaziland’s reserves can be explored by mountain bike and on horseback, as well as traditional 4x4 and walking safaris – over 500 bird species have also been recorded.
The more adrenalin-centric can enjoy a wealth of outdoor activities like caving, canopy tours, climbing, abseiling, tubing and white water rafting, while nature-lovers can just bask in the beautiful scenery. Those looking for a spot of retail therapy can also indulge their passion with a remarkably impressive range of traditional arts and crafts.