Choose high class accommodation options in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve from our Simbavati Collection of camps and lodges. There is a wide choice of safari accommodation in this region, ranging from luxury safari lodges to exclusive use villas and homesteads, as well as traditional styled thatched chalets.
This private conservation area adjoins the famous Kruger National Park and works with all neighbouring landowners to promote ethical ecotourism standards. Accommodation is mostly eco-friendly and built in a sustainable manner.
We love the range of suites, tents and chalets available and our package deals can be customised to suit your needs: honeymoon couples, family bonding holidays, friends getting away from it all, business delegates needing inspiration and solo travellers seeking peace. Accommodation options include luxury tented camps, rustic bush camps and top of the range premium safari lodges made for royalty in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
Klaserie boasts some of the top game lodges in the Kruger region and the private nature reserve remains one of the largest in South Africa. We love the choice of world class design, amenities, settings and service that come as part of exhilarating packages to the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
Top game lodges offer all-inclusive accommodation choices in tented suites, thatched chalets, timber cabins, enormous private villas or rustic bush camps. The choice is yours and we do the rest!
Remember that the focus is always on the safari, the wildlife, the game viewing and the breath-taking scenery around you. Visitors to South Africa are attracted to the soulful relaxation in an untouched paradise where animals survive naturally.
Our top picks for accommodation in the Klaserie are these ‘big five’ Klaserie lodges based on value, service and our guests’ feedback over the years.
The best time to visit Klaserie Private Nature Reserve are the months of June, July and August when the weather is perfect with balmy average temperatures of between 20 and 26 degrees Celsius.
If you prefer drier weather, then go on safari from May to September when it is very stable but hot. July is the driest and coldest month in the bushveld and February is the wettest month.
Dry months are excellent for game viewing thanks to sparser vegetation and wildlife gathers at waterholes and rivers. The wet months are exquisite in terms of lush green vegetation and baby animals being born.
Contact us today to find out more about accommodation options in Klaserie and when it is best for you to book your personal safari holiday in Kruger.