Read our comprehensive guide here about accommodation options in the Manyeleti Game Reserve. Find some of the finest safari lodges and tented camps in Africa sharing this astonishing 23 000 ha of private concession. Hailed as one of the best game reserves on the continent, Manyeleti shares a border with South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park.
There’s plenty of accommodation in the magnificent Manyeleti Game Reserve to choose from and it can be overwhelming. So, get in touch with a travel professional to help guide you in the process. Things to consider when choosing accommodation in the Manyeleti:
How will you be getting there and when will you be arriving? Private charters that land directly at your camp’s airstrip are first prize as they save on transfer times and allow you to get straight onto a game drive vehicle to explore.
What sort of budget do you have in mind? This will decide what kind of luxury or rustic safari accommodation is suitable for your time and needs.
It’s a given that this award-winning game reserve promises some of the finest game lodge accommodation in Africa. You will experience world-class wildlife viewing, luxury accommodation in safari lodges, tented camps, bush chalets and contemporary suites, as well as exceptional guiding wherever you choose to stay.
Plan well in advance and let us help you with the best options for your Kruger safari package.
Our top picks for accommodation are our ‘big five’ Manyeleti lodges based on value, service and feedback over the years.
Top game lodges in the Kruger Manyeleti include deluxe accommodation in safari venues like Tintswalo Safari Lodge, Hoyo Hoyo Safari Lodge, and Pungwe Safari Camp. These camps are often tented chalets packed with mod cons, or they are solid safari suites scattered along beautiful river banks beneath indigenous bush trees.
Lavish safari lodges include places like Tintswalo Manor and Tintswalo Safari Lodge. These top lodges are award-winning, state of the art safari venues and many of them are eco-friendly with sustainable tourism ethics. Where would you choose to go on your dream safari to Africa? Top game lodge in Kruger’s Manyeleti promise the highest standards of wildlife viewing in the world.
Choose the dry season, May to September, to visit Manyeleti as winter is the best time to see animals. Vegetation is sparser and animals gather around rivers and waterholes in numbers, attracting predators too.
While September is a lovely month to visit, don’t rule out the summer rainy months, October to April, generate beautiful, lush foliage and many animals are breeding while birding takes off too. February is the wettest month of the year in the South African bushveld.