Nkomazi Private Game Reserve


Take in the beauty of towering mountains, broad river valleys and impressive grasslands when you visit the malaria-free Nkomazi Private Game Reserve. The reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and spans an impressive 15 000 hectares and is home to a diverse ecosystem that supports both Highveld and Lowveld game species and abundant birdlife.

A family-friendly glamping and safari destination

You will feel truly immersed in nature, alongside the Komati River in Mpumalanga, while enjoying all the amenities of a five-star hotel.

CHECK IN  14:00

CHECK OUT  10:00

ADDRESS – Nkomazi Private Game Reserve
On the Tjakastad Road, eManzana, Mpumalanga, 

South Africa, 1190


Featured experiences

Birding Safaris


Riverside SPA


Game Drive




Accommodation at Nkomazi Private Game Reserve


  • Children of all ages are welcome, but parents are responsible for their supervision.
  • The full rate is payable for children 12 years and older.
  • The Family Tent may be used as a family unit to host two adults and two children.
  • Children must be seven years or older to go on game drives.
  • Children must be 16 years or older to go on guided nature walks.

To ensure that you have a comfortable and memorable safari experience, we recommend that you include the following items when packing:
 Light-weight clothing

  • Swimwear
  • Warm clothing, including items such as a jacket, scarf and beanie
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Hat
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Small flashlight
  • Binoculars
  • Camera

 Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you need further info.

Yes, Wi-Fi is available throughout the reserve.

Nkomazi Private Game Reserve is classified as a malaria-free area. It is, however, recommended that you contact your local travel clinic for advice on the necessary precautionary measures for visits to this region.

We uphold a Safe & Clean Commitment, focused on enhancing cleaning practices, guest interactions and workplace protocols to address the hygiene challenges presented by Covid-19. In addition, 100% of our hotel’s staff members are fully vaccinated. For more information, please visit our Covid-19 information portal.

Mpumalanga, which means “place where the sun rises”, is situated on the eastern side of South Africa and is one of the country’s nine provinces. It is home to a diverse range of fauna and flora which makes it a remarkable destination. World-famous attractions such as the Kruger National Park, Pilgrim’s Rest, the Blyde River Canyon and God’s Window are all located in this region.

The province is divided longitudinally into the Highveld, on the west, and the Lowveld, on the right. The Highveld is typically cooler than the Lowveld and experiences frosty winters whereas the Lowveld region has a subtropical climate, with milder winters. Summer brings rainfall and refreshing thunderstorms to the region.

Learn more about Mpumalanga here

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