Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve, while small in comparison to the neighbouring Kruger National Park, is very much big on thrills.
Home to a vast wildlife population and in close proximity to both Swaziland and Mozambique, the nature reserve is in a prime location, offering its visitors adventure both in and outside of its borders.
Manyatta Rock Camp
Located in the heart of the Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve, Manyatta Rock Camp is the perfect location to enjoy your tailor made holiday of adventure safari and relaxation.
Enjoy a relaxing and completely enthralling safari getaway at Manyatta Rock Camp! Set between two giant granite rocks that seem to touch the sky, this unique and beautiful lodge promises unrivalled luxury and fantastic wildlife viewing opportunities.
Wildlife & Activities
As a haven to a wildlife population of elephant, leopard, white rhino, giraffe, zebra and many others, Kwa Madwala offers its visitors ample wildlife sightings and then some. The most recent wildlife census has also estimated that the reserve is home to over 220 bird species, including the avian Big 4 and the very elusive Bat Hawk. So be sure to bring your binoculars! Besides traditional game drives and bushwalks (through the reserve and Kruger), Kwa Madwala also offers a host of other unique safaris. Horseback safaris blend the scenery and the game that dwell upon it perfectly.
A similar, albeit airborne experience, is a micro-light safari over the reserve. But Kwa Madwala offers a safari experience like no other – elephant-back safari. Guests can take in the landscape and its denizens, all from atop one of these gentle giants.
But an experience at Kwa Madwala does not begin and end with its wildlife. The reserve’s close proximity to both Swaziland and Mozambique means that it is very possible for guests to traverse three countries, all within the space of a few days. The tropical paradise of Mozambique – and all its coastal treasures – is just a short drive away. White sand beaches, tasty cuisine and friendly locals await you. Similarly, the mysteries of Swaziland can also be enjoyed.
A day tour will take you over the Maguga Dam wall to a land of ancient rock art and the Ngwenya Mine – the oldest in the world! Visitors can enjoy a tour of glass and candle factories as well as some retail therapy courtesy of the local curio markets.
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