Set in the southern region of the Kruger National Park at the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati rivers in Mpumalanga, the Komati River Chalets offer guests access to 12 acres of riverfront wilderness making for an unforgettable outdoor experience. The entrance to the Kruger National Park is at the Crocodile Bridge gate which is only 12 kilometres away from this country estate.
The sweet veld grass in the south-eastern area of the Kruger Park makes this region home to an abundance of wildlife including vast herds of plains game and predators. With Swaziland and Mozambique nearby, the Komati River Chalets near Komatipoort provides an excellent location from where to explore the surrounding destinations.
This peaceful country estate features fourteen Double / Twin Chalets which accommodate two guests with a third person sharing on an extra single bed as well as spacious Family Cottages which consist of two bedrooms. The five Family Cottages offer the same amenities and features at the Chalets. Their kitchenettes are suitable for self-catering providing a stove, microwave oven, fridge, toaster as well as crockery and cutlery.
The cabins are well appointed and feature convenient facilities to make for a most comfortable place for relaxation. Besides air conditioning, a television with DSTV bouquet, a digital safe and en-suite bathroom, the chalets provide a fully equipped kitchenette for self-catering. These include kitchen appliances as well as utensils. The cottages are complete with their private outdoor patio and braai facilities which lead out of the bedroom.
Double / Twin Chalet features:
Breakfast and dinner in the restaurant offer indoor and outdoor dining venues overlooking the gardens of the state. The menu provides a selection of traditional dishes, and a children's menu is also available. Refreshing Sundowners may be enjoyed at the adjacent bar. The outdoor swimming pool makes for a fun leisure attraction during the warm afternoons.
The Komati River Estate offers beautiful paths which lead through the old indigenous tree forest ideal for leisurely river walks. Bird watching is an absolute paradise with over 500 recorded bird species in this area. Besides the Tiger Fish, keen anglers may also catch the Mozambique Bream (Blue Kurper), the Red-breasted Bream, the Mudfish as well as the Catfish and carp.
The specials listed below will automatically be offered to you when proceeding through the booking process.
Discounted self-catering rates for SADC Residents at Komati River Chalets.