Nkomazi Game Reserve, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Situated in one of the malaria-free areas of Mpumalanga province in South Africa, Nkomazi Game Reserve defines the ultimate in luxurious tented accommodation for those who appreciate and seek the very best of luxury leisure. Opening on 1st April 2009, this ecological Alladin’s Cave of natural science, from towering ancient mountains to broad river valleys and impressive grasslands with countless animals such as lion, elephant, white rhino, leopard and buffalo and rare flora such as the Barberton Daisy within. It is blessed with interesting geomorphic features including ancient meteorite impact deposits, the oldest sedimentary rock on earth, the first ancient river valleys, Barberton greenstone and many other natural wonders. This area is often referred to as the holy grail of geology and it offers a treasured haven to all who choose to visit.

Within the reserve is exclusive luxurious tented accommodation, namely Komati Tented Camp, set on the banks of the Komati River. Each of the 12 private luxury tents (11 Noble Tents & 1 Royal Tent with separate lounge tent and private outdoor fire pit) overlook breathtaking views of its many natural wonders allowing guests to experience the quietness and solitude of this unique reserve.

There is also the River Retreat, with two treatment rooms where you can unwind and relax before or after game drives, an outdoor boma dining area for supper under the stars, a dining tent and a Majilis lounge tent with viewing deck.

Comments (2)

  1. Nadia Nell says:

    We are planning on a trip to Cape Town in November but are still shopping around as to where to go and where to stay. We have already enquired about car hire – so that is sorted and of course flights. We were told to go on South African Airlines. Now we are still researching as to where to stay in terms of accommodation. We will have approximately 14 days for this trip and want to travel around. Of course we will be heading from the city centre through the Garden Route. Funds are not in abundance hence have to consider a budget of approximately £50 a night. Can someone please recommend where to stay?

  2. Paul Johnson says:

    Hi Nadia, we only deal with luxury travel here. For your question, you might find posting on either of these forums on Aardvark Travel to yield the answers you’re seeking:



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