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Nambiti Hills Private Game Lodge is a luxury 5-star facility hosted in the heart of the Nambiti Game Reserve. Designed as a sophisticated haven of relaxation to those who appreciate natural beauty and luxury accommodation, it is perfect for those who love escapes to romantic settings and anyone who needs to be truly pampered.
You’ll gain a sense of complete calm and tranquillity as soon as you set foot at our lodge. The air is crisp and clear, the only noise you’ll hear is that of the wind blowing, a bird chirping or the sound of food being prepared in our kitchen. There’s a warm, home-like feeling to our lodge, all the while undeniable attention to detail is given to creating a pristine environment catered to providing complete relaxation to our guests.
- En-suite Bathroom
- Gowns & Slippers
- International Plug Points
- Mini Bar
- On Site Restaurant
- Private Deck
- Private Guest Library/Lounge
- Tea & Coffee Facilities
- Wine Cellar
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Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Nambiti Hills Private Game Lodge.
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There was everything you could have asked for in the individual rooms. which were very comfortable. The atmosphere was very relaxed and the food was excellent. The game drives were well planned and our ranger, Joe, was very informative. Unfortunately, we didn't see a leopard!!
no complaints whatsoever.
KwaZulu Natal Safaris
Famous for its rhino management programme KwaZulu-Natal has earned a reputation for wildlife conservation and management. The province is renowned for its diversity of wildlife and reserves encompassing a variety of ecosystems. Sand forests, woodland, savannah, bushveld, and wetlands.
The best time to visit KZN is early autumn through winter and into spring. Summer can be very hot and humid. Game viewing is better in late June, July and August when the grass is shorter, many trees have lost their leaves, and the animals tend to gather at waterholes.
The Nambiti Conservancy, located in the Ladysmith area of KwaZulu-Natal, is within easy reach of the Central Drakensberg and many of the historic Battlefield sites and is the only reserve in the region with the Big Five. This malaria-free virgin bushveld area with its mixed vegetation of savannah grasslands, indigenous trees and shrubs is home to the Big Five as well as offering the ideal habitat for a large variety of antelope, smaller game species and abundant birdlife.
Areas of outstanding natural beauty combined with rich history and diverse wildlife are rare in the world and Nambiti is one of these places. The area around Nambiti has seen its fair share of conflict throughout history. The Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer wars took place on the fields and hills surrounding Nambiti.
Boasting 12 000 hectares, the Amazulu Private Game Reserve in Northern Zululand is made up of a varied ecosystem. The diversity includes savannah, mountains and wetlands which make it the ideal home to the Big Five as well as giraffe, warthog and hyena not to mention 15 different antelope species, hippo and crocodile. The wetlands offers no less than 400 bird species.
The game reserves of Natal are some of the few places where good game viewing and scuba diving can be enjoyed in close proximity to one another. The KwaZulu-Natal’s National Reserves include the famous Hluhlwe-Umfolozi Reserve and the Greater St Lucia Wetlands in Zululand.
Hluhlwe-Umfolozi, the oldest park in South Africa, is the legendary park where a dedicated team made worldwide conservation history with their successful efforts to bring the white rhino back from the brink of extinction. In addition to the Bug Five, the Park contains other special sightings, such as cheetah, wild dog, hyena, and other general game species.
An hour or so away, lies the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park (iSimangaliso), a worthy World Heritage Site comprising the magnificent Lake St Lucia and the Eastern Shores Game Reserve. These, together with the Indian Ocean, play host to a spectacular diversity of animal and bird life, and offer a number of extraordinary experiences to captivate visitors.
Near at hand is the sub-continent’s only breeding ground for the giant leatherback turtles, which can be seen at night.
There is more than enough on offer in KwaZulu-Natal to satisfy everyone’s safari needs!