10 Chalets privately positioned with breathtaking views of Lake Jozini and the Lebombo Mountains. Ideally located to break the long journey from Kruger Park or Johannesburg to KwaZulu Natal resorts. You will be disappointed only with a one night stay...
Experience the only Game Viewing and Tiger Fishing Houseboats in South Africa on one of its largest dams, Lake Jozini (aka Pongolapoort Lake), on the KwaZulu- Natal North Coast, 3.5 hrs drive from King Shaka International Airport, north of Durban..
Recently upgraded and situated on the waterfront just North of the new Marina area, Brown's tented camp is nestled in amongst the acacia bushveld below the Lubombo mountain range. With sweeping views across Jozini Dam and incomparable sunsets
Bushwillow Lodge has four bedrooms and is on a slight rise set back from the water, with magnificent mountain and lake views. With solar and gas for power, this eco-friendly home has been thoughtfully equipped for guests' comfort
On the edge of Lake Jozini, Imvubu (named because a hippo used to sleep at the lodge site) has five spacious air-conditioned, en-suite bedrooms. Four have queen size beds and one room has bunk beds. All en-suites have a bath and outside shower and the
This was the first lodge to be built at Royal Jozini and Siqalo means "First Born". Watch for the unique lampshades (some are hand embroidered) and the original artworks, in this spacious bush home.
At the end of their quiet bush road, Ekuthuleni Lodge is positioned in the nature reserve area of Royal Jozini Big 6, taking full advantage of the magnificent views of the Lebombo Mountains. Set in an area of bush favoured by Royal Jozini's family of g
On the slopes of the Lebombo Mountains in the soon-to-be Big 5 designated area of the Royal Jozini Big 6 Reserve, Lisango Lezulu has breath-taking views over the valley and to the Jozini Lake in the distance. With a cool breeze in summer on the mountai
Mkhuze Game Reserve is situated in Northern Zululand, roughly 335 km from Durban. The reserve was established on 15 February 1912 and is 40 000 ha in extent. Today it forms part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Lake Jozini, also known as Pongolapoort Dam, set in a narrow gorge in the Lebombo Mountain Range in Northern Zululand was completed in 1972. Although primarily intended to serve as a holding reservoir for the water sorely needed for the irrigation of the crops grown in the region, Lake Jozini immediately became a popular destination for South Africa's fishing fraternity.
With its wide expanse of water, numerous crocodiles and hippos, its abundance of fish and aquatic birds and its Tiger Fishing Tournament every October, Lake Jozini resembles a mini-Kariba. Even the dam wall, at 89 metres high and 515 metres long is an impressive sight, further increasing the resemblance to the Zambezi fed lake in Zimbabwe.
The N2 highway passes within a few kilometres of Lake Jozini making for easy access while travellers to the Nduma Game Reserve, the Tembe Elephant Reserve and Kosi Bay all pass through Jozini on the last leg of their journeys to the wilderness.
Although a comfortable distance from these destinations, the Mkuze Game Reserve is closer still, making Lake Jozini the ideal base from which to visit any or all of these attractions and still fit in some serious fishing.