Highlights of Tintswalo Safari Lodge
- Tintswalo Safari Lodge is a luxury lodge oozing with opulence
- Enormous suites with private plunge pools
- Exclusive Manyeleti game-viewing with open border with the Kruger
- Architecture is reminiscent of ancient stone ruins
Tintswalo Safari Lodge is located in the Manyeleti Reserve in the Greater Kruger Park. It has fenceless borders to the north with the Timbavati, to the south with the Sabi Sand and on the eastern boundary the reserve is open to the Kruger National Park. It is a small intimate safari lodge offering unparalleled cuisine and quintessential luxury. The Manyeleti abounds with game, including the Big Five, and also boasts spectacular bird life. The reserve is unique for its minimal vehicle density, so offering our guests a truly exclusive safari experience on both game drives and bush walks in approximately 23 000 hectares of pristine wilderness.
Set upon the banks of Nwaswitsontso seasonal river bed amongst an ancient grove of Sycamore fig trees and riverine vegetation, guests are accommodated in 6 luxury Explorer Suites. The lodge has raised wooden walk-ways throughout. All Suites have an intimate plunge pool, full en-suite facilities, an indoor/outdoor shower which leads off from the bathroom out onto the deck, extra length double beds, bar facility, air-conditioners, fireplaces, overhead fans and mosquito nets. The décor of each suite is inspired by the ambience of the great 19th century explorers of Africa.
The lodge has a small but exclusive library of rare books as well as a wine cellar from which wine can be chosen to enjoy with alfresco dining on the lodge deck, in the exquisite setting of the formal dining area, in the wine cellar or even under the stars in the African bush.
The Vital Source Spa is privately situated at the lodge and has internationally trained therapists awaiting guests, ready to ensure removal of the last vestiges of city stress from body and mind. The Spa specializes in hands-on treatment for both men and women utilizing Elemis and Africology Products to stimulate all the senses.
Baker SuiteSamuel and Florence Baker romantically traveled together through the African Wilds, an unusual occurence for their era. This suite has a romantic feel with a beautifully hand carved four-poster bed.
Kingsley SuiteMary Kingsley, a nineteenth century spinster, explored with humble resource collecting fish and insects samples for the Royal Geographic Society. An understated twin or double suite.
Livingstone SuiteThe most widely known explorer of Africa’s colonial history. A twin or double luxury traveller suite.
Burton SuiteRichard Burton, a controversial character donning a turban, historically he translated the Arabian Nights into English. A richly decorated twin or double suite.
Speke SuiteJohn Hanning Speke, a true gentleman, also in search of the illusive source of the Nile. A spacious luxury suite with large four-poster.
Stanley SuiteOriginally a Welshman, Henry Morton Stanley was the man who found Livingstone. A beautifully appointed double suite with a large sleigh bed.
Manor HouseSleeping ten people, Tintswalo Manor House is a perfect Safari home for families or large groups. Fully inclusive, Manor House guests can expect to be fully catered for, receive their own private game viewing vehicle, complete with ranger and tracker, and have their own butler on hand.
Manor House booking must consist of at least 6 people, and may not exceed 10 people.
Baines Presidential Suite - $ 2 611Sleeping four people, Baines Presidential Suit is a perfect Safari home for families or small groups. Fully inclusive, Presidential guests can expect to be fully catered for, receive their own private game viewing vehicle, complete with ranger and tracker, and have their own butler on hand.