The Royal Malewane Game Reserve can only be described as an oasis of serene quietness and inspiring nature.
This first-class hideaway sits in the Thornybush Reserve on the western boundaries of the world-famous Kruger National Park.
Of course, the distinction between the reserves exists merely on maps. No fences separate the two sanctuaries. The wild animals can roam both territories freely.
The region has been classified as densely populated concerning the many exciting species. Especially
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lions and leopards are spotted with uncommon frequency on any one of the adventurous game drives.
The Royal Malewane’s philosophy, design and dedicated team is committed to providing exclusive privacy, personalised service and, it goes without saying, safaris of only the highest quality.
Ranking among the best of South Africa’s safari lodges, the skilful design combining selected, antique furniture with the classic safari ambience sets new standards.
Boardwalks connect the bungalows accommodating the generous suites with the library, the shops and the reception and dining complex.
The ratio of personnel to guests being exceptionally high, the Royal Malewane can implement a service which is inspiringly thoughtful and attentive, underpinned by the splendour of colonial glamour.
The Malewane’s exquisite cuisine is renowned for its mouth-watering sensations. Sample the many delicacies which, incidentally, just like the local drinks, are included in your accommodation.
A typical day at the Malewane:
Rise early in the morning for an exciting twilight game drive before settling down to a sumptuous breakfast.
Spend a relaxing morning exploring the camp’s many delights before taking a light lunch.
The afternoon is reserved for exploring the wonders of the wildly beautiful African nature.
Return in time for the sunset bathing the savannah in a soft, red glow and enjoy a sundowner or High Tea.
The moon rising above the horizon, set off on an adventurous night safari while a sumptuous dinner is being prepared for you under the open skies or in the finely-appointed dining room.
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