Approximately an hour from the Hoedspruit Eastgate Airport, the Royal Malewane Africa House is situated within the Thornybush Private Game Reserve, forming part of the Greater Kruger National Park. This award-winning, the 5-star villa offers small groups the opportunity to enjoy a private safari experience, with luxurious accommodation, fine dining, and convenient onsite facilities.
Accommodation at the Africa House is separate from the central lodge facility, and provides a self-contained villa that sleeps a maximum of 12 guests, and was built to accommodate families with children or small groups wishing to spend quality time together. Guests at Africa House also enjoy access to all the facilities at the main lodge. You will also enjoy the exclusive services of a private chef and butler. The villa is luxuriously decorated and enjoys fantastic views of the surrounding landscape.
Royal Malewane Guests enjoy luxurious facilities during their exceptional stay at this safari villa. The welcoming dining room, lounge, and verandah are beautiful venues for relaxation, dining and socializing.
Complete with a private butler and chef, guests are provided with first-class hospitality during their stay. Housekeeping and laundry services make a stay even more pleasant. Relaxing spa treatments are available at the wellness centre while thrilling safari drives await in the early mornings and the late afternoons.
The Spa is a safari spa world-renowned for its beautiful setting and the sheer luxuriousness of its treatments, many of which make inspired use of indigenous ingredients. A safari spa is offering an oasis of a very particular sort and a chance to refresh and restore mind, body, and spirit amidst the serenity and peace of the bush.
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The incredible biodiversity of the Kruger National Park with its wealth of wildlife makes this reserve a fantastic safari destination. Royal Malewane Guests admire during the early morning and late afternoon safari drives the magnificent animals, including the 'Big Five' complete with more than 500 species of birds.