An African Anthology is thrilled to introduce Khaya Ndlovu Safari Manor as the newest addition to their portfolio, proudly managed by An African Anthology.

This luxury 4-star property is located within the Rietspruit Big 5 Game Reserve in Hoedspruit, a renowned wildlife sanctuary in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Nestled in the northern part of the reserve, Khaya Ndlovu arguably offers one of the best vistas in the area of the Drakensberg Mountain Range.

Accommodation offerings

The Manor House radiates a luxurious ambience, adorned with a collection of original artwork in diverse genres and an abundant assortment of Persian carpets dressing the floors. It features four suites, including a honeymoon suite that redefines the concept of luxury and a family suite offering a private entrance, two bedrooms, and all amenities. 

Additionally, the lodge offers six garden suites, each with its own en-suite bathroom and air-conditioned bedroom leading into a kitchenette and cozy sitting room with DSTV. These rooms open onto a garden terrace overlooking the surrounding bush. 

For those seeking a unique experience, there is a luxury tent available, complete with a queen-size bed, and en-suite bathroom featuring an outdoor shower. This tent offers a beautiful view over the lodge waterhole for your glamping adventure. We strive to make guests feel right at home as they enjoy our tastefully furnished property.

Activities on offer

Activities on offer, guests can fully immerse themselves in a Big 5 safari experience, guided in open safari vehicles by knowledgeable guides and trackers within our private reserve. 

For those seeking a more intimate exploration, guided safari walks through the reserve are also available. To unwind and rejuvenate, guests can indulge in relaxing spa treatments, ensuring a perfect balance of adventure and relaxation during their stay.

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