Zwahili Game Lodge offers unsurpassed peace and tranquillity, whilst nocturnal life comes alive and the distant smell of a log fire from the open-air boma welcomes the guests back from their late afternoon game drive. The faint call of tribal drums announces an array of culinary delights, as a backdrop, Zwahili offers evening game viewing almost on the front lawn.
Zwahili accommodates a maximum of 20 guests, thereby ensuring a personal and tranquil experience further enhanced by excellent cuisine.
A luxury spa and conference facilities for ten people.
Luxury Lodge and Safari Tents
Luxury en-suite rooms in the lodge, a presidential suite, or Victorian style, under-thatch tented camps tents await you. Embrace a true African experience in comfort, style and luxury. Crisp white pure percale cotton linen and dark wood finishes creates the perfect ambience. Rooms are joined by timber walkways, leading onto an extended timber deck.
3 luxury en-suite rooms await you in sharing the splendor of a more grandiose era. Embrace a true African experience in comfort & style.
Royal African - the presidential suite is the epitome of regal opulence and grandeur.
The joys of a bygone era await you. Exquisite synthesis of nature's wild pulse with the sophisticated sublimity of colonial comfort, elegance & style. Within walking distance of the main lodge are the six luxury tented camps.
Enjoy game viewing in an open safari vehicle, conducted by experienced ranger, offering encounters with giraffe, cheetah, leopard, civet cat, zebra, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, impala, kudu, eland, aardvark, blesbuck, jackal, bush pig, warthog and numerous smaller antelope.
Guided Walking Safaris
Walks are tailored to suit individual needs and offer the opportunity to examine the smaller creatures of the bush often overlooked from the Land Rover.
Over 300 species of African bird life, including rare sightings such as lizard buzzard and brown snake eagle. The world-renowned Nylsvlei bird sanctuary is in close proximity for aspiring birdwatchers.
Excursions to the "Witkop" archaeological site, dates back to when the "bittereinders", at the helm of Boer Generals, utilised this koppie as a hideout from the British for almost two years. Experience the most unforgettable sunset while savouring an ice-cold glass of Chardonnay.
Zwahili is situated 200km's North of Johannesburg and 36 km's East of Modimolle, at the foot of the Waterberg in the Bushveld region of the Limpopo Province, a malaria free area.
Zwahili main entrance gate:Coordinates: S24° 48'76" E28° 42'90"
From the Kranskop toll gate on the N1, turn right and travel 27 km on the R33 towards Marble Hall.
Web site: www.zwahili.co.za