Do an amazing safari from 1 to 10 nights in the Greater Kruger Park in the quaint , quiet and amazing Manyeleti Game Reserve shares fenceless borders the with the Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands Game Reserve and the Timbavati Game Reserve., forms an integral ecological unit where all the animals roam free.
Manyeleti Game Reserve bordering Kruger National Park is situated away from the mainstream tourist areas where guests can experience the tranquility of a South African safari in absolute seclusion.
Accommodation is provided in luxurious thatched chalets and tented safari camps that successfully capture the memory of a bygone era, filled with adventure and romance.
The name Manyeleti, means ‘Place of the Stars’ in the local Shangaan language and guests have the opportunity to watch the magnificent Southern Constellation. Manyeleti Game Reserve is renowned for its open vehicle game drives and informative bush walks. Succumb to the temptations of a wellness spa or simply relax at a safari lodge and let Africa soothe your soul.
Manyeleti, which means ‘place of the stars’, is a 23 000 hectare reserve between the Timbavati and Sabi Sands Game Reserve, bordering on the Kruger National Park. It is regarded as one of only few ‘secret places’ left in and around the Kruger.
Manyeleti Game Reserve is situated in the wildlife rich region of the Limpopo Province Lowveld which forms part of the world-renowned Greater Kruger National Park and hosts a similar variety of wildlife, including the ‘Big five’. The birdlife is also prolific, with over 300 recorded species.
The reserve is situated away from the mainstream tourist areas and one may still experience the tranquillity of the African bush in total seclusion. The name ‘Manyeleti’, in the local Shangaan language means ‘Place of the Stars’ and guests may spend a memorable moment watching a magnificent Southern Constellation, with the pride of place taken up by the Southern Cross.
Situated in the Manyeleti Game Reserve in Mpumalanga, Manyeleti Main Lodge offers an authentic bush experience with Big 5 animal sightings and a tranquil environment in which to totally unwind.There is an observation deck, where you can, in the day, spot a host of wildlife and birdlife at the waterhole. You may even be lucky enough to find the odd elephant strolling through the camp.
It’s one of the few camps that still have the true bush atmosphere where you can just unwind and enjoy your safari overlooks a waterhole frequented by a large herd of elephant and other big game.
Providing supreme comfort, privacy and an opportunity for effortless birding, as well as the chance to view a large variety of big game from the privacy of each unit. guests enjoy their own private safari vehicle, private guide and tracker, private chef and butler. The team of staff is on hand to facilitate the discerning traveller’s personalised itinerary.
Dining at the manor is enjoyed on the patio or in the open air boma under the awesome Manyeleti night sky.
an impressive variety and number of animals on each drive – comparable to the best wildlife areas. We saw herds of elephant, buffalo, zebra and wildebeest, and had great sightings of hyenas, lions, leopard and rhino.