Sharing an unfenced boundary with the renowned Kruger National Park, the pristine private Manyeleti Game Reserve is home to the luxurious Tintswalo Safari Lodge. Boasting one of the lowest vehicle densities in the Greater Kruger, Tintswalo Safari Lodge guests are spoiled to uninterrupted game viewing experiences in an untouched African wilderness. The lodge suites are authentically decorated to reflect the intricate luxuries of colonial times and evoke the adventures of 19th-century explorers after which they’re named.
Tintswalo Safari Lodge is situated a short drive from the nearest local airport in Hoedspruit, or a scenic six-hour drive / shuttle from Johannesburg for those who enjoy a road-trip.
Samuel and Florence Baker romantically traveled together through the African Wilds, an unusual occurrence for their era. This suite has a romantic feel with a beautifully hand carved four-poster bed.
Mary Kingsley, a nineteenth century spinster, explored with humble resources, collecting fish and insects samples for the Royal Geographic Society. An understated twin or double suite.
The most widely known explorer of Africa’s colonial history. A regal twin or double luxury explorer suite reminisces of the famous David Livingstone’s notorious adventures into deepest Africa.
Richard Burton, a controversial character donning a turban, historically translated the Arabian Nights into English. Thus, this suite offers a richly decorated twin or king bed layout.
Originally a Welshman, Henry Morton Stanley was the man famed for a discovery of a different kind, by finding the then ailing and lost David Livingstone. The Stanley Suite is beautifully appointed double suite with a large sleigh bed.