Mluwati Game Reserve is a 10 000-hectare private concession located within Kruger National Park.
Woodland and grassland come together within its boundaries to provide its visitors with an authentic safari landscape. As such, a variety of wildlife roams through these lands, including the Big 5 and a large population of birds.
mbali Safari Lodge promises its guests pure opulence within the wild. Sheltered in a riverine forest overlooking the Mwaswitsontso River, the lodge is the ideal spot to while away the day in between game drives and other activities. Imbali offers accommodation in 12 tastefully decorated suites, each one promising exclusivity and plush comfort in the wild. When not enjoying the view from your exclusive Jacuzzi, guests can set out on a game drive courtesy of the lodge.
Guests who prefer a truly engrossing safari can settle into one of the luxury canvas tents at Hamiltons Tented Camp. The entire camp is a throwback to the golden age of the African safari, when explorers would sleep in canvas tents while the denizens of the wild roamed nearby. Guests can expect a similar experience at Hamiltons, albeit one with a butler service, lavish décor and every necessary modern amenity. Besides self-drive safaris through Mluwati, Hamiltons also offers its guests guided bush walks, ample birdwatching opportunities and its dinners on which the camp prides itself. Whether you dine surrounded by the Big 5 in the bush or at the camp itself, know that your meal will be a classy affair, with crystal wine glasses and pewter jugs ever-present on the table.
Kruger National Park is full of private concessions and Mluwati is one of the larger ones. This means that it promises even more wildlife sightings. What’s more is it brings together some of Kruger National Park’s most lavish accommodations