In the heart of the Bushveld region of Limpopo, a mere 2 hours north of Johannesburg, you will find Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa. This exclusive 5 star private game lodge, with its tranquil ambiance, and old world charm, is the perfect weekend hideaway for discerning travellers looking to escape the stress of city life.
The lodge itself, is small and intimate, with only 10 luxurious suites across 4 room categories, catering for a variety of tastes and budgets. From the comfortable Main lodge rooms and conveniently situated on the first floor of the Main Lodge Building to the Safari Suites, offering guests a perfect glamping experience, in luxurious tent style accommodation, complete with a beautiful en-suite bathroom with his and hers basins, a Victoria ball & claw bath and a romantic outside bushveld shower for two.
If you are looking for more luxury and indulgence the Executive Suites, with its raised wooded deck, complete with private swimming pool and sweeping views over the bushveld will definitely appeal.
And last but not the least, the Royal African Presidential suite, offers the ultimate in Bushveld opulence. This completely private, with wide wooden decks, a private swimming pool and unsurpassed views of the bushveld below. The perfect place to just relax and watch the world go by.
At Zwahili most spectacular Waterberg sunsets are experienced from the extended timber decks, you’ll find unsurpassed peace and tranquillity while in the distance nocturnal life comes alive.
As the Southern Cross and Orion’s belt garland the dome of the night sky, the distant smell of campfire from the open-air boma welcomes the guests back from their early evening game drive. The faint call of tribal drums announces an array of culinary delights to appease even the most discerning palates.
Game viewing, conducted by an experienced rangers offer sightings of Giraffe, civet cat, caracal, zebra, blue wildebeest, eland, impala, red hartebeest, ostrich, gemsbuck, waterbuck, blesbuck, kudu, bush pig, warthog, and numerous smaller antelope.
The area is a Bird watchers paradise with over 400 species to find, including rare sightings such as lizard buzzard and ….