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Royal Malewane

Kruger National Park, Bed and Breakfast

Royal Malewane

5 Star

Tel:0157930150
Website:http://www.royalmalewane.com/

Luxury meets the wild in the heart of Africa's finest bushveld where Royal Malewane's expert guides and trackers ensure intimate game experiences and close sightings of the big five. Sumptuous dining is a signatory feature, as the lodge is the first to boast a Chane des Ratisseurs Blazon for cuisine. Best of all, being transported to the splendour of the African bushveld is effortless with established and easily accessible flights & road routes.

Royal Malewane is situated on a private reserve within the greater Kruger National Park Area of South Africa. 13 000 hectares (30 000 Acres) provide a balance of spectacular game and wildlife viewing, extensive flora and never-ending African skies.

In addition to game viewing and relaxing in luxury, the lodge offers a number of additional activities. Central Reservations can arrange the following at an additional charge:

- Cheetah Project
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
- Hot Air Balloon Flights
- Golf
- Horse Riding Safaris
- Weavers Community Tour

Royal Malewane provides an escape from the constraints of modern life to a synthesis of wildest Africa and age-old colonial splendour. As the lodge is set deep in the African bush, this is ideal for the traveller who wants to experience true Africa. Most groups mix together well, and guests traveling alone are unlikely to feel excluded. Its unique size makes Royal Malewane suited to being booked in its entirety for families or friends wishing to have the camp for their exclusive use.

The thrill of viewing animals in the wild is unparalleled. Most of the viewing is conducted from specially converted Land Rovers. Tracking is an exhilarating experience, as your eyes and ears search for any sign that game is near.

Up close and intensely personal, the spirit of the bushveld utterly seduces your senses. At Royal Malewane, the Big Five and a million more await. Home to lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and black & white rhino, the 13 000 hectare reserve provides exceptional opportunities for game viewing.