Experience Nature Like Never Before
Pause a while and consider the descriptive phrase “private game lodge accommodation”, and what it evokes. We should also think of why it really makes the prospect of visiting and staying at such an establishment as attractive as it appears to be, judging by the lovely feedback received from many a guest at the Waterberg’s sought-after Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa.
A private place, space, location, or object is one that is set away from other buildings, people, and the public at large. As such, it is exclusive, because it is not intended for general access or common/commonplace use. It is also unique.
To illustrate, our lodge is:
• Located in a secluded reserve, which is not accessible to the public. Only visitors with confirmed bookings for accommodation at the lodge may enter this glorious natural conservation area.
• Guest rooms and suites are private. Occupants are safely secluded, away from the sight, sounds, and signs of other guests.
• En suite bathrooms, even including en suite facilities like outdoor showers, are for the exclusive use of each room’s occupants, who can take a refreshing shower out in the open, without being observed by other people.
• Romantic, private dining, seated on your suite’s private balcony, or deck may be arranged, likewise a secluded picnic lunch at a scenic spot in the conservancy.
We focus on our guests’ comfort and satisfaction, maintaining our service excellence standards and introducing our visitors to all our game species – large and small wild creatures, which inhabit our natural wildlife habitat.
Additionally, guests come to our lodge to:
• Experience the unique essence of the authentic African bushveld at our pristine reserve in the lush Waterberg region
• Take a break from life’s everyday routine
• Have a jolly good, extremely interesting, yet peaceful leisurely time
• Be so close to nature and wild animals
• Come to our wildlife park to see game animals, in their natural surroundings, behaving naturally, each according to its own species
• Go on guided game drives, twice daily, in an open all-terrain vehicle
Get even closer to wildlife, on foot, during guided bush walks
Predator species at Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa include brown hyena, serval, caracal, African wild cat, and leopard, while lions are currently being kept separately, because these great cats are part of the vital Panthera Leo Gene Preservation Project, which can only be conducted properly, under certain strictly controlled conditions. They will, however, be released again into the greater Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa territory at the optimal time
Giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, and numerous African large and smaller antelope species also roam freely across the reserve’s plains. More than 400 bird species have been spotted in the park’s trees, clear blue skies, and other diverse plants and bushveld vegetation. Game drives and bush walks also double as birding safaris.
Lodges are typically established in rural, remote areas, where they provide accommodation, meals, refreshments, or shelter. In order to indicate the activities with which the lodge is associated, the word is usually accompanied by ski, hunting, hikers, backpackers, travellers, wildlife, game, and such. In South Africa’s wilderness areas, lodge accommodation is usually exclusive and luxurious.
• A lodge loaded with all the luxuries and creature comforts for which a guest could wish
• Delightful fine dining
• An on-site spa
• Total of 10 private rooms with stylish en suite bathroom facilities, decks, or balconies
• Accommodates a maximum of 20 adults at any time, preserving privacy, service levels, the pristine bushveld environment, and the peaceful tranquillity of an African bushveld sanctuary
• Infinity swimming pool
• Spectacular setting with scenic views, overlooking the bushveld and passing game
• Superb personal service
Refresh, recharge, and soothe your mind, body, and sense of place in nature’s natural paradise. Enjoy luxurious accommodation at Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa, a gem in the heart of Limpopo’s wondrous Waterberg, only about 200 km from Johannesburg.