Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa
The story of this lodge begins with the beginning of time… a time so rich with promises and new life.
It’s now time to share in the earth’s secret passions and wildlife’s raw existence……Time to set foot on Zwahili.
Luxury en-suite rooms, elegant safari tents and the presidential suite await you……
Embrace a true African experience in comfort, style, and luxury. This exclusive private game lodge is situated 2 hours North of Johannesburg in a malaria free area at the foot of the Waterberg in the bushveld region of the Limpopo Province.
A maximum of 20 guests are accommodated ensuring privacy and personalized service. The lodge caters for group conferences, weddings and functions to a maximum of 36 people. Zwahili is an ideal honeymoon destination as the lodge exudes an ambiance of splendour while guests experience sophistication of a bygone era.
Here at Zwahili where the most spectacular sunsets are experienced from the extended timber deck, 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 ranger offers sightings of giraffe, cheetah, civet cat, caracal, zebra, blue wildebeest, eland, impala, red hartebeest, ostrich, gemsbuck, waterbuck, blesbuck, kudu, bush pig, warthog, and numerous smaller antelope. Mammals ranging from the larger and most majestic kudu to the smallest golden mole are present in the reserve. An interesting thought that the golden mole, with a metallic green and golden fur, is only found in the Limpopo Bushveld region.
African Spa Collection where nature provides its own special brand of calm, presenting the ultimate escape, ensuring the restoration of equilibrium to body and mind.
Bird watching over 300 species of African bird life with rare sightings such as lizard buzzard and brown snake eagle. The world-renowned Nylsvley bird sanctuary is in close proximity for aspiring birdwatchers.
Guided bush walks and excursions ascending “Witkop” going back in time to when the “bittereinders”, at the helm of a Boer General, utilized this koppie as a hideout from the British for almost two years. “Witkop” stands proud in bearing homage to a period in history long forgotten.