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...
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
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.
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
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
Oppie Koppie is the name of the lodge with fully serviced self-catering chalets. This luxury lodge boasts five bedrooms, all ensuite with air-conditioning and excellent views from the koppie upon which it is built.
DWEBA LAPA consists of 4 self-catering chalets, communal lapa with braai area and swimming pool. The chalets sleep 26 people in total. (6, 6, 6, and 8)
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
Accommodation comprises of 64 upmarket, spacious en-suite bedrooms all individually decorated in a stylish fashion of its own. All rooms are air-conditioned, equipped with a colour TV with DStv-channels and a modern telephone system.
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..
This unique and exclusive lodge is situated in its own, malaria-free private game reserve, perched high on the slopes of Pakamisa mountain and overlooking the rolling hills of Zululand.
Ndlovukazi River Chalets & Lodge is located in the heart of the KwaZulu-Natal bushlands, just about where the Elephant Coast meets Zululand near Pongola.We are offering an unique, luxury, self-catering option within the very exclusive, AmakhosiZeekoep
The central lodge complex includes a tastefully furnished lounge, bar and restaurant. Meals may be served at the lounge viewing deck, the indoor dining area, the traditional boma during Zulu dancing or on request at your room.
The Amakhosi Safari Lodge is situated in the Amakhosi Private Game Reserve, on the banks of the Mkuze River, right in the heart of Zululand. It boasts six luxurious river and two honeymoon suites, in complete harmony with their surroundings. Amakhosi also
African Spirit Game Lodge, situated 12 km's west of Mkuze, invites guests to experience true luxury and warm African hospitality. The lodge is personally managed by the owners.
Picturesque Pongolapoort is situated in the Lebombo Mountain Range of North Zululand on the northern shores of the Pongolapoort Dam fed by the Pongola River. Built in 1972 to supply irrigation for the crops growing in the area, the dam, also known as Lake Jozini, has become a popular fishing destination.
"Phongolo" is a Zulu word meaning "trough" which aptly describes the Pongola River, with its steep banks and deep pools as it finds its way coast wards through the mountains. The dense indigenous vegetation, coupled with its remote location and abundant water supply has resulted in the creation of the Pongolapoort Biosphere and Nature Reserve.
With very little sign of human habitation Pongolapoort is a genuine wilderness of untouched beauty. Hippos, crocodiles and numerous species of aquatic birds have made the dam their home, while the mountain slopes provide an ideal habitat for both small and large game.
Well stocked with many species of fish, including the cunning tiger fish which has challenged many an expert fisherman, Pongolapoort is the venue for a number of fishing tournaments throughout the year, including the Tiger Fishing Tournament held every October.