There are many ways to experience the Kruger National Park either on your own or with a guide. We’d recommend the latter; a safari vehicle will collect you before dawn and take you into the world famous conservation area for a half or full day excursion. On entering the park, you’ll be immersed in its wildness as you search for elephants, rhinos, lions, buffalos, leopards, as well as the many antelope species, vibrant bird life and all-round amazing biodiversity! You will be accompanied by one of our experienced guides, whose knowledge of the Kruger network and hotspots makes locating those elusive predators or rare game sightings a bit easier. A unique experience.

 

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Reviews

Gloria – France

“Unembeza Its a gorgeous lodge!! Everything is great! Décoration is really Nice, rooms are confortable, staff is great, Food is delicious! Well don’t hesitate just go!! It’s a new lodge so you won’t find many comments about it! But you can trust me you won’t be desapointed! Aswell you’ve got a little restaurant called “sleepers”; 5min from the lodge… Delicious!!!! Ohhh and you can ride a bike just next to the lodge in the private reserve and meet giraffes zebras kudus etc just amazing!!!!

Tete – Spain

“El hotel es una joya de diseño: es realmente precioso. Además está en una reserva privada por la que puedes pasear a tu aire, observando las huellas de la fauna salvaje. A cinco minutos a pie, hay una caseta de observación de aves junto a una charca. Junto a la piscina hay una torre de observación desde la que se domina la reserva y que resulta ideal al atardecer y sobre todo, al amanecer. La entrada de la reserva está junto a un centro comercial con restaurantes, tiendas, supermercado, etc. La familia propietaria del hotel es encantadora y el personal muy amable y atento (muchas gracias Martin). Desayuno delicioso.”

John – South Africa

“I had a wonderful break at Unembeza, albeit only one night. Great staff, great food and wine and really well designed environment made it feel like a home in the bush. Sipping wine on the outside deck whilst munching a perfectly cooked African steak while wild animals walked past was the highlight.”