Explore the Wild: Discover the Beauty of the Kruger National Park
Situated within the Tintswalo concession and a few minutes drive from the main lodge. The 5-bedroom Tintswalo Manor House presents the perfect private vacation option for families or friends travelling together and seeking a tailor-made stay. The Luxury 4 star Manor House is child-friendly and offers personalised children’s programmes and a fun, educational safari for children of all ages. The villa is also the perfect place for executive breakaways for groups up to 10 people.
Sharing an unfenced boundary with the renowned Kruger National Park, the pristine private Manyeleti Nature Reserve offers uninterrupted game viewing experiences in an untouched African wilderness.
Sharing the Manyeleti Private Game Reserve with Tintswalo Safari Lodge, Tintswalo Manor House offers a luxurious, fully-catered villa to families and groups travelling to the Greater Kruger National Park. Boasting just under 24,000 hectares of untouched African wilderness, within the world- renowned Greater Kruger National Park. Fully-accredited, qualified guides and local trackers take guests on authentic African safari experiences with exceptional game viewing offered twice daily in open safari vehicles. The abundance of wildlife guarantees uninterrupted, intimate encounters with a great variety of animals, including sightings of the Big Five, as well as a plethora of fascinating insects, reptiles and a wide range of bird species found in the region.
Accommodation for up to ten people in five luxurious suites, full board – all meals and house beverages, two safari activities per day, private game viewing vehicle, private tracker and guide, private chef and butler, personalized children’s program, Wi-Fi and laundry.
Five luxurious suites with en-suite bathrooms, including an outdoor bath tub for an authentically African experience
Private family-size swimming pool
Private Lounge lounge and kitchen, including, outdoor patio, boma and bar
Treehouse with link to write up
Views of the African bush and passing wildlife