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ROYAL MALEWANE (Thornybush Game Reserve - Limpopo)

Royal Malewane is situated within the world renowned Thornybush Game Reserve and adjacent to the Kruger National Park.

Royal Malewane is situated within the renowned Thornybush Game Reserve, on the western fringe of the Kruger National Park. Accommodating a maximum of 12 guests in colonial splendour, Royal Malewane is an exclusive getaway for those who value privacy, personalized service and offers the best game viewing South Africa has to offer. Excellent opportunities for seeing the “Big Five” on the 11,500 hectare reserve.

Elevated walkways link six free-standing, luxurious suites to the library, shop, dining and reception areas. Set amongst indigenous vegetation, each suite has its own spectacular outdoor terrace with private pool and gazebo. The suites feature a palatial air-conditioned bedroom with fireplace, mini bar, antique canopied king size bed and extravagant bathroom with a window-side Victorian bath and indoor and outdoor showers.

Dining is a grand affair with the best china, silver and crystal set against crisp white napery. Only the wildlife witnesses guests relaxing in the private Jacuzzi and pool. World class cuisine is the order of the day, with all meals and local beverages inclusive. Meals are expertly prepared by our award-winning chef.

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