All accommodation is set on the floodplain of the Komati River no more than 50 meters from the waters edge. The riverfront is beautifully kept and guests are able to enjoy relaxing walks along the river and through the riverbank forests.
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.
Ecolux Boutique Hotel Kruger is a 5-star state-of-the-art Hotel that offers a modern, romantic, and upmarket experience. This luxurious establishment is nestled right along the border of the Kruger National Park.
Accommodation is offered in 10 luxury en-suite bedrooms with private entrances & patio, while communal facilities include a living room with a great atmosphere, breakfast/dining room & terrace, braai facilities, splash pool & swimming poo
Alegria is a beautiful Cottage which sleeps 6/8 people and has air-conditioning throughout, and has WIFI. The Cottage is a 4 minute walk from the Kruger Park Fence and a 15 minute drive to the Crocodile Bridge entrance to Kruger Park.
Impala Place and Cottage are ideally situated for day trips to the game-rich southern areas of the Kruger National Park situated just across the river, a 30-minute drive away.
Our thatch roof house is situated approximately 50 m from the fence on the Crocodile River's Bank overlooking the Kruger Park. It is our personal house which we sublet for our guests to enjoy.
Zinkwazibush consists of 3 Bedrooms each with its own on suite bathroom.Go to bed with the roaring sound of lions, Wake up to the call of the Fish Eagle. This is exactly what you can expect at Zinkwazibush, Zulu for "the place of the Fish Eagle".
Grand Kruger Lodge has a 4-star grading. We sleep 44 guests with maximum privacy in double en-suite rooms and units (units consist of 2 rooms). We also offer our clients the opportunity to stay in our exclusive Grand Kruger Bush Camp
Marloth Kruger Little Manor is a holiday home with lots of privacy situated in the Marloth Park Conservancy where game like Giraffe, Kudu, Wildebeest, Impala, Warthog, Ostrich, etc roam freely. Marloth Park is next to the Crocodile River which boarders th
Marloth Kruger Whispering Ants is a beautiful holiday home in the Marloth Park Conservancy that borders the Kruger National Park, separated by the Crocodile River. The house has a elegant rustic look and is surrounded by bush veld, bird and animal life...
Embanking one of the Kruger National Park's few perennial rivers is the Lower Sabie game camp. With its soothing riverine views and Lebombo-Mountain-skyline in the background, this camp is an exhibition of the natural wealth of this area.
Located in the midst of striking prehistoric settlements on the Matjulu Spruit, Berg-en-Dal camp has been built with care and preservation for the surrounding area - original San rock paintings still clearly visible.
The Kruger National Park's largest rest camp, as well as its administrative headquarters, Skukuza is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River. Well foliaged, with lofty trees along the river's edge.
Named after a nearby hill under which Voortrekker Willem Pretorius, of Carl Trichardt's 1848 expedition to Delagoa Bay, is buried, Pretoriuskop camp is one of the oldest in the park.
Renowned for its dense and varied population of lion prides, Crocodile Bridge is tucked into the Southeastern corner of the Kruger National Park, and shares the northern bank of its name sake.
Located just a stones throw away from Crocodile Bridge Gate, Elephant Walk Retreat offers unsurpassed views of the Kruger National Park and Crocodile River. It’s a popular spot for an array of wildlife including the big 5. The lodge lives up to it’s name
The River House Guest Lodge welcomes you to our unique dinner/bed & breakfast Guest Lodge on the banks of the Crocodile River in Mpumalanga South Africa. Enjoy our house and surroundings as if you are a member of our family.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge is a 16-bed lodge, set on the banks of the Mutlumuvi Riverbed in the Kruger National Park.
There is plenty Komatipoort accommodation in the actual town of Komatipoort, as well as in the surrounding Komatipoort areas. Komatipoort accommodation is mostly in the form of self catering farm cottages, Komatipoort guest houses and bed-and-breakfast establishments.
A new nine-hole golf course provides a wonderful view of the adjacent Kruger National Park. Komatipoort is only 8kms from the Crocodile Bridge Gate to the Kruger National Park, and just 3kms from the border crossing into Mozambique at Lebombo.
Komatipoort is known locally as the village where people and nature live together in perfect harmony. A short drive from Komatipoort accommodation lodges lies the site of the airplane crash where Mozambique's President Samora Machel died. This Komatipoort site is now a National Monument.
Komatipoort was first established in 1890 by a Dutch railroad company which constructed the railway from the Mozambique border to Pretoria. Komatipoort takes its name from "the meeting of the Komati", or the place where the Crocodile and Komati Rivers meet before flowing away into Mozambique behind the Lebombo Mountains. Malaria was a major problem in those days, as it is today in the Lowveld, and caused the death of many railroad workers. Komatipoort is now the main rail and road link between South Africa, and both Swaziland and Mozambique.
Komatipoort Accommodation - Kruger National Park accommodation seekers often find themselves in Komatipoort. Komati River accommodation options allow for sightings of hippo, crocodile and birdlife from some of the actual Komatipoort riverfront lodges. Because of the influx of European and American tourists, Kruger National Park accommodation is at a premium, especially in towns like Komatipoort that offer easy access to the main Kruger National Park gates, and sought after upmarket Kruger Park accommodation which is generally graded by The Star Grading Council of South Africa. Affordable Kruger Park self catering accommodation can be found in some of the South African Parks Board camps and lodgings. These campsites are often fairly rustic, and offer very basic self catering accommodation in the Kruger Parks.
Komatipoort Bed & Breakfast / Guest House accommodation should certainly be the preference, for longer stays, book Komatipoort Self Catering accommodation. The Komatipoort accommodation owners will also assist with information relating to Kruger Park tourist activities such as Kruger Park game drives, and Kruger Park elephant rides etc in the surrounding areas.