Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve is home to four of the 'Big Five' (lion, elephant, leopard and rhino). Guests have the opportunity to join the exciting and adventurous safaris/safari drives during the morning, afternoon and night drive where a diverse variety of wildlife both big and small can be observed. Other safari drives which are available to guests are Greater Kruger, a safari drive in a private concession inside of Kruger National Park as well as a half-day and full-day games drives in Kruger National Park.
Kwa Madwala camp is a 4-star safari lodge with private en-suite accommodation and all meals. Each lodge has its individual private viewing decks where you can enjoy the spectacular views. The Manyatta camp includes a deck, spa and pool. The camp also has a honeymoon suite and family rooms. The rooms are unique and look like large boulders that look across the valley, devised to mingle in with the neighbouring bush. Kwa Madwala camp has a comfortable and elegant appeal, with its relaxing charm, creative composition and beautiful views. All 27 cabins have climate control and twins or queen beds. A wonderful secluded deck with loungers with an en-suite bathroom, In addition, there are tea and coffee making facilities and a mini-fridge.
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Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve offers an excellent wildlife viewing experience with 95% of the guests seeing the lion, rhino, elephant, and occasionally leopard as well as a variety of overall other game. It is a 4010-hectare free big game and wilderness conservancy, home to the big four including lion, elephant, rhino, leopard and a wide variety of other favourite game. The Game Reserve is close to the borders of Mozambique and Swaziland. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy day tours to Mozambique and Swaziland. Other day tours include Community Tour, the Panorama Tour and Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre & Cheetah Breeding Project.
The Kruger National Park is a 2.2 million hectares independent prominent game conservancy and national park with a variety of most wildlife species including the big 5; lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo and leopard. This reserve is home to one herd of wild elephants, a small herd of white rhino and one small pride of lions. This is similar to most smaller and independently fenced conservancies and game parks in South Africa where predator-prey relationships need to be carefully monitored and managed.