6 hours drive from Johannesburg.
4½ hours drive from Durban.
8 Luxury Chalets
1 Luxury Safari Suite
ABOUT MKUZE FALLS GAME LODGE
The Lodge is located along the northern bank of the Mkuze River, in the heart of Kwa Zulu Natal. Overlooking the Mkuze Waterfall
, the lodge features nine luxuriously appointed Thatched Chalets and one Safari Suite
, accommodating eighteen guests in utmost comfort and style. All these rooms have a breathtaking view of the river, bush and mountains. Private plunge-pools and an outside showers
provide a wild but intimate touch alongside the gratifying luxury of air-conditioned bedrooms.
Mkuze Falls Lodge has a central complex built on raised wooden platforms with spacious verandas. The facilities include a pleasant dining area, a comfortable lounge, an indoor pub, a shady terrace and a swimming pool. The large lounge leads onto a spacious viewing deck which is built over the sloping riverbank. This veranda provides panoramic views of the winding Mkuze River and the wild, untamed landscape beyond
. In the heat of the day, you can relax under the shady palm trees and take a refreshing swim in the sparkling pool. In the evenings, enjoy some lively entertainment provided by the energetic, traditional Zulu dancers.
The peace, scenery and style of the lodge allows for a calm atmosphere amidst the elegant decor. Relax in the spacious lounge, view animals from the wooden deck, sip cocktails in the swimming pool or recount your sightings of the day in the bar! Taste South African food with a sophisticated flair under a star strewn sky or in the boma to the sounds of tribal dance and song.
ABOUT MKUZE FALLS PRIVATE GAME RESERVE
The Mkuze Falls Private Game Reserve is host to an impressive variety of wildlife. The unique ecosystems of riverine, wetland, lowveld bushveld and montane grassland provide the diversity and large quantity of bird and animal species. Mkuze Falls is a haven to the African 'Big Five' as well as Cheetah, Hippo, Crocodile, spotted Hyena, Giraffe, Wildebeest and Zebra.
Numerous species of antelope are also resident in the reserve and the elusive Nyala occurs in greater numbers here, than anywhere else in the world. There are more than 400 species of birds in the area.
More specifically the reserve is home to the Fish Eagle, Giant Kingfisher, Narina Trogon and the spectacular Purple-crested Lourie to mention a few.
Private plunge pools
Private viewing deck
Big Five game area