Translated into English, “Motswari“ means “protect and preserve“. Located at the heart of the 750 square kilometres large Timbavati Reserve near the Western end of the Kruger Park, the 150 km² large Motswari Private Game Reserve protects and preserves not only a unique flora and fauna but also the distinguished guest’s wellbeing.
Here you will find the best Africa has to offer: Spanning countless kilometres of pristine environment the Kruger Park features wide horizons and untamed nature
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inhabited by the Big Five and numerous other species.
No fences create artificial barriers and the natural inhabitants of the South African savannah can freely roam the region protected by the individual reserves ensuring healthy populations.
Set amidst this startling beauty, the Motswari Private Game Lodge commands a fantastic view of the river. The quaint main building has been designed in an African style and accommodates the restaurant, bar and veranda.
Typical, mouth-watering South African dishes will be served in the Motswari Lodge’s restaurant which has been painstakingly designed with great attention to detail. On a fine day, the delicacies may be further enhanced by the experiences of a traditional boma under the open skies.
The pleasant atmosphere is underpinned by the artistic drawings of wildlife on exposition by the lodge’s gallery and the exceptionally friendly and personal service of the welcoming staff. With great ease, the stress and strains of everyday life will fade away at this place of relaxing beauty.
Should you desire to seek refuge from the summer’s heat, the hotel’s swimming pool will provide welcoming relief while offering a stunning view of the river below.
Share your memorable experiences with your loved ones at home by choosing one of the many pretty gifts from the souvenir shop.
Companies will find excellent conditions for conferences and incentives with up to thirty participants. A fully air-conditioned conference room features a TV, VCR, slide- and overhead projector and flip chart.
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