Listen to the fish eagles calling as you unwind in secluded and spacious African thatched Rondavels. Soak up the warmth of the sun around the pool or pamper yourself in the sauna. Idle & Wild is on a working macadamia nut farm in the Sabie River Valley.
Bateleur Safari Camp is ideal for couples, singles and small groups who are looking for a Timbavati safari that simultaneously exceeds expectations and offers an up-close experience of the true African bush and wildlife.
Our luxury double storey thatched Villa is nestled in the secure confines of the magnificent Kruger Park Lodge, on the banks of the Sabie River and only 7 minutes drive from the entrance to the world renowned Kruger National Park. Surrounded by ...
Hippo water front is the most peaceful and quiet setting on the banks of the Crocodile river only 10 km out of Nelspruit. Affordable, clean, comfortable and fully equipped chalets ensure a real rustic and African bush experience.
Situated within the Bundu Rockies Wildlife Estate, home to more than 30 animal varieties and over 300 bird species, Bundu Lodge offers guests and visitors a taste of the Lowveld life and, is only a stone's throw away from the city.
This impressive lodge exemplifies the very best in modern architecture and offers six spacious bedrooms, each with its own private balcony, as well as all amenities on your wish-list: spa-bath or jet shower, extra long beds with quality linen, ...
Meerkat Manor Guest House is situated in the town of Komatipoort, destination for tourists from all over the world who need accommodation on their way to the Kruger National Park, Mozambique and Swaziland.
"Khutso Lapeng", which means serenity home in Sotho, is a privately owned luxury self-catering unit in the award-winning 4 Star Kruger Park Lodge Golf Estate. It offers guests a tranquil and peaceful haven away from the city and its busyness.
Business, family, child & baby-friendly. Clean, spacious and very private. Although a few minutes away from the CBD but feels like country, it is restful and quiet with no city noise interfering with the tranquillity of the setting. Kruger Mpumalanga Inte
The accommodation takes the form of five log cabins, of which 4 are simple two-
person sleeping cabins with ensuite bathroom, and access to a communal
living-room. A braai and entertainment area is situated there and available for
Enjoy a neat, spacious and modern newly built self catering apartment in a
security complex with 2 bedrooms (1 double bed & 2 single beds) sleeping 4
people and 1 bathroom.
Kruger National Park Accommodation - & Lowveld, Mpumalanga
Stretching from Swaziland to the Limpopo River on the Zimbabwe border in the north, the Kruger National Park & Lowveld forms a belt of land between 100 and 150kms wide along the eastern reaches of Mpumalanga.
In the southern, sub-tropical part of the Kruger National Park & Lowveld, the Maputo-Nelspruit development corridor is where a large proportion of South Africa's tropical fruit and vegetables are grown, and where forestry is extensive around Sabie in the far north-east of the Kruger National Park & Lowveld.
The northern part of the Kruger National Park & Lowveld forms the Kruger Park, by far the most important Big 5 safari game reserve in Southern Africa, and certainly one of the best places in the world to see the Big Five. The Kruger Park is a vast area 400kms from north to south harbouring 147 species of mammal, over 500 bird species, as well as numerous species of reptile, fish and amphibians, to say nothing of the 336 species of trees.
In this vast and endless wilderness epitomizing the true quality of Africa, safari Kruger Park accommodation lies in the land of baobabs and marula trees.
Visit the WhereToStay Kruger Park accommodation page to see all accommodation and Special Category options.
Dotted with hills and valleys which bear traces of the early San (Bushmen) people, who left their marks in ancient rock paintings and engravings in the many caves of the area, visitors to the Kruger National Park & Lowveld can also see archaeological ruins, old wagon trails and gold diggings. Situated just to the west of Nelspruit / Mbombela, the Capital of Mpumalanga, are the famous Sudwala Caves, a 'must' for any visitor to the Lowveld, as well as the renowned Blyde River Canyon - ranked as the 3rd deepest canyon in the world.
Apart from the obvious attractions of the majestic Kruger Park, the Kruger National Park & Lowveld region of Mpumalanga offers a wide selection of adventure holidays, from rock climbing and hiking, to white water rafting and windsurfing, to Kruger Park bird watching and paragliding. Mpumalanga is, without doubt, a part of South Africa that cannot be missed by both locals and international visitors alike.
Take a trip through the Kruger National Park & Lowveld, and experience South Africa in towns where early fortune-seekers, hunters, gold-diggers and adventurers created legends.
Kruger National Park & Mbombela / Nelspruit
Fondly called 'Nellies' by the locals, Nelspruit, now known as Mbombela,is the Capital of Mpumalanga, and the most important commercial centre in the Kruger National Park Lowveld area. Mbombela / Nelspruit is also known as the gateway to Mpumalanga, and boasts an international airport with regular scheduled flights to the larger cities of South Africa, making Nelspruit / Mbombela the perfect resting point before venturing into the Kruger Park.
While in Mbombela /Nelspruit,visit:
- Nelspruit Croc River Enviro Park, whichguarantees fun and excitement for the whole family.
- Nelspruit Golf Club invites the golf lovers to enjoy the 18 hole manicured par 71 course with lush year-round fairways.
- Mbombela / Nelspruit Casino Emnotweni is the ideal entertainment destinationwhere guests could strike it lucky.
- Nelspruit Riverside Mall, one of Mpumalanga's largest shopping centres and cinema complexes, is where you can shop till you drop, then indulge at one of the many tempting eateries.
There's an abundance of lodgings to suit all tastes and pockets. Stay in a luxurious B&B adjoining the Nelspruit Nature Reserve, only a short drive to Mbombela city centre, or in a self catering unit in the scenic Alkmaar region just outside Nelspruit, situated close to a dam with fantastic views of the surrounding mountainous countryside.
Kruger National Park & White River
Mpumalanga, White River is a favourite holiday destination for both locals and foreigners looking to enjoy the beauty of the Kruger National Park Crocodile River Valley, as well as a great base from which to explore the waterfalls, historic sites and hiking trails of the Mpumalanga Escarpment, and is in close proximity to the Kruger National Park.
For an abundance of activities, enough to satisfy even the most enthusiastic outdoor enthusiasts, White River, Mpumalanga offers guests cycling, abseiling, archery, hiking, quad biking, White River rafting, zipline, birding and more in the Kruger National Park area.
In White River, consider staying at the White River 18 hole championship parkland golf course, or safari lodgingson magnificent Kruger National Park safari game farms.
Kruger National Park & Hazyview
Lying on the banks of the picturesque Sabie River, Hazyview is known as the Mpumalanga place to stay from where visitors can explore many famous Kruger National Park & Lowveld points of interest, such as the Blyde River Canyon - ranked as the 3rd deepest canyon in the world, For the 'adrenalin junkie', Hazyview is the Mpumalanga 'adventure hub', and offers the rush of a lifetime for those who love to hot air balloon over the colourful Mpumalanga countryside, ride elephants and experience the thrill of Africa's longest aerial cable trail (1,2km).
Visitors looking for lodgings in Hazyview are spoiled for choice between luxurious chalets tucked into the mountains of the Sabie River Valley, or self catering units located on a working litchi and banana farm with views of the Kruger National Park & Lowveld mountains.
Kruger National Park & Graskop
Known as one of the most scenic tourist regions in South Africa, Graskop is located in the heart of the Mpumalanga Escarpment. Activities near Graskop include the Big Swing across the Graskop Gorge, as well as a zip slide across the gorge, and if that's not enough to take your breath away, try abseiling alongside Sabie Waterfall.Venture east of Graskop to the spectacular, 'out of this world' Kowyn's Pass, which offers stunning views and an altitude drop of 512m. Graskop is one of the most beautiful towns in Kruger National Park & Lowveld, Mpumalanga, with several magnificent waterfalls nearby, including Lisbon Falls, Mac Mac Falls, and the Berlin Falls.
For accommodatioon, consider Flycatcher Castle - a magnificent masterpiece set in the style of a 17th century Italian Castle. Besides 'out of this world' lodgings, here guests can indulge theirsenses with specially prepared Bohemian cooking and classical music at the Rosenkavalier Restaurant.For longer stays, self cateringis superbly situated just 50 metres from the Graskop Gorge Falls, with a magnificent view over the Mpumalanga Lowveld.
Kruger National Park & Sabie
Stunningly scenic Sabie, with its mountainous backdrop and thundering waterfall, is likened to a jewel set in a deep valley, Sabie is a charming village surrounded by the largest man-made forests on Earth. Sabie is renowned for its hiking and cycling trails, fishing and abseiling among a host of other activities on offer. For the golf lover, the picturesque Sabie Country Club 9 hole golf course lies at the foot of the Drakensberg mountain range.
Stay in accommodationwithin walking distance of Sabie village with its selection of shops and a very good choice of restaurants, or in more remote establishments situated on the very edge of the Sabie Valley.
Kruger National Park & Kaapsche Hoop
Towards the southern part of the Kruger National Park lies Kaapsche Hoop, an area of scenic beauty that harbours wild horses and the endangered Blue Swallow. With its misty mountains and high rainfall, Kaapsche Hoop is a nature lover's dream destination.
What to do in Kaapsche Hoop? Trywalking, running, hiking, birding, fishing and swimming- just a few of the adventures that await visitors to Kaapsche Hoop. Explore the arts and craft shops, fuchsia nursery and historic cemetery, and dine out on delicious meal size pancakes at Koek 'n Pan, or have a drink at Salvador Main Street Bistro, known as 'the Pub with a Vibe.
Kaapshe Hoop offers luxury B&B accommodationnestled on the edge of the Mpumalanga Escarpment, as well as self catering units off the beaten track for ultimate relaxation.
Kruger National Park & Malelane
Malelane, Mpumalanga is situated on the banks of the Kruger National Park Crocodile River, at one of the southern entrances to the Kruger Park. Malelane - derived from the Swazi word "emlalani", meaning "place of the lala palms", is surrounded by a large variety of indigenous trees and shrubs, and is a haven for bird watchers.
For outdoor entertainment in Malelane, enjoy a day on the fairways at the Malelane Golf Club surrounded by indigenous trees. Visit the Kruger National Park Mthethomusha Game Reserve, one of the first Kruger Park Game Reserves to be established. The Mthethomusha Safari Park offers visitors a number of exciting morning and evening game drives in open safari vehicles, taking them through the reserve and into the neighbouring Kruger National Park.
Visitors will find self catering units just 2km from the Kruger Park, Malelane Gate, as well as Star Graded establishmentsperched on the banks of the Crocodile River, with stunning views of the adjacent Kruger National Park.
Kruger National Park & Marloth Park
The Kruger Park, Crocodile River forms the southern boundary between Marloth Park and Kruger National Park, and in Marloth Park guests are given the rare opportunity of living among the wildlife which roam freely between the accommodation units, while still being in close proximity to the Kruger Park Big Five. Marloth Park bushveld is a nature lovers paradise, where visitors can enjoy horse riding, 4x4 trails, quad biking, fishing, micro-lighting and Kruger Park birdwatching, in a hotspot with more than 350 recorded species. Safari Kruger Park game drives offer a more intimate safari experience, where you can get up close and personal with the magnificent Kruger Park wildlife.
Marloth Park epitomises theunique safari ambiance, where visitors are closest to nature in the Mpumalanga bush, where they can listen to the snort of warthogs, the grunts of impala or the barking of zebra while drinking in the beautiful bush scenery.
Kruger National Park & Skukuza
Kruger Park's capital is Skukuza, Mpumalanga's largest rest camp and administrative headquarters, and the main hub for nature conservation.
Game watching is why guests come to Skukuza, Kruger Park, as well as for the interesting village life offered by the Skukuza rest camp itself. Here you will find museums, restaurants, shops, an airport, post office, bank, and even a doctor's office. When you drive through the imposing gates into Skukuza you find yourself in an environment abuzz with scientists, rangers, conservationists. A wealth of knowledge can be gained in the Skukuza Safari Camp information centre, while adults and children can attend lectures in the nearby environmental education centre. A museum has been constructed at the old 1920's Selati line railway siding, where you can have a meal in a restaurant housed in two old railway carriages from the same period.
Skukuza is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River, and boosts some of the finest Kruger Park accommodation, as in the Skukuza Safari rest camp which affords a wealth of lodging, gaming and an impressive array of amenities.
Visit The WhereToStay Kruger National Park Accommodation Page (Lowveld Mpumalanga)
Our aim is to present a mixture of upmarket Kruger National Park accommodation, as well as affordable Kruger Park
accommodation (to suit all pockets and tastes), especially for Self Catering accommodation in Kruger National Park which is a category more geared for family holiday accommodation in Kruger Park (or in towns near Kruger National Park & Lowveld).
We recommend that, as a precautionary measure, and to put your mind at ease, you should consider Star Graded accommodation in Kruger National Park area (see our Kruger National Park Star Graded accommodationpage).
Star Grading accommodation in Kruger National Park & Lowveld may include anything from 3 star to 5 star properties, but doesn't necessarily mean that the non-star graded properties are not of the highest standards.
Be sure to check our other Special Categories accommodation listed on the WhereToStay Kruger National Park & Lowveld Special Categories accommodation page:
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Pet Friendly
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Conference Venues
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Golf Estates
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Fitness & Exercise / Gym
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Fresh-Water Fishing
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Sleeps 10 or More
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Gay Managed
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Wedding Venue
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Wheelchair Friendly
- Kruger National Park Accommodation Nudist/Naturist
- Kruger National Park Accommodation 4x4/Quad/Bike Trails
Afrikaans alternate search phrase - Kruger National Park akommodasie or Kruger National Park akomodasie.