• Luxury accommodation
• Breakfast, Light Lunch, High Tea & Dinner
• Two Game Drives daily
• Unique Mid-day Waterhole Experience
• Selected complimentary beverage on the Game Drive & Waterhole Activity
• Limited WiFi
This beautiful lodge has the most spectacular views in Zululand, from the river meandering below to the distant Lebombo Mountains. By day, relax in your hammock or private plunge pool and watch eagles soar at eye level over the plain below and by night, marvel at the magnificence of the African night sky. The reserve is home to the BIG 5, namely the Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant and Wild Dog. We have a wide variety of antelope, endangered bird species and some inquisitive giraffe, as well as black rhino, jackals, genets, hippos, hyenas and porcupines on the reserve. Regretfully no children under the age of 12yrs are allowed. Children 12 years and over are welcome and are charged the full adult rates.
01 August - 31 December 2017
Rates are Per Person Per Night Sharing
|R2,357 p.p. Land only|
Package offers exclude meals & drinks not indicated, items of a personal nature, medical & travel insurance. Peak season surcharges & block out dates may apply. Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however are subject to change due to currency fluctuations, rate increases & availability. Supplier terms & conditions may apply. These offers may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Service fees apply. Errors & omissions excepted. Manyoni Private Game Reserve Conservation Levy: R 90.00 effective 01 October 2017 and from the 1st January 2018, the conservation levy will be R120.00. - subject to change. Rates quoted are only applicable to South African Residents. Special discounted rates for International Residents are available on request. Last minute special rates (if booked within 7 days of travel) are on request, subject to availability and applicable to SA Residents only. Not valid over peak season periods, public holidays & long weekends. Surcharges will apply over peak holiday periods & long weekends
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