Ngwenya Lodge is situated on the banks of the Crocodile River, overlooking the Southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. This exclusive location effectively incorporates Ngwenya into the greater game area of the Kruger, granting you the opportunity to view game such as the Big Five from the comfort of a hide, your patio or the restaurant deck.
Ngwenya is a haven for all lovers of wildlife and with an abundance of bird species, it is ideal for avid birders. The resort offers activities and facilities to keep young and old entertained, from mini golf, to swimming pools and a games room that is second to none, Ngwenya is the perfect getaway for the entire family.
Studio sleeps 2
1 bedroom sleeps 4 (with sleeper couch)
2 bedroom sleeps 4
2 bedroom sleeps 6 (some units with 2 single beds in loft areas and some have a sleeper couch)
3 bedroom sleeps 8 (with sleeper couch)
4 bedroom sleeps 10 (with sleeper couch)
Please note: sleeper couches are only suitable for children under 12
*IF you require any special assistance in terms of access, please contact the resort directly*
Things you might want to bring:
- Passports (Mozambique and Swaziland close by)
- Double adaptors for personal appliances
- Bird and animal guides
Nearby Attractions & Activities
Kruger National Park
This is a Malaria Area
16:00 / 10:00
Breakage and key deposit
Hire of games room equipment
Tennis court bookings
Sunday cleaning service (enquire at reception)
Extra towel changes
From Johannesburg International Airport: Golden Rule - stay on the N4. Take the R21 in the direction of Boksburg/East Rand, and then take the N12 towards Witbank. This road become the N4 (please note this is a toll road) to Nelspruit. Pass Middelburg, Belfast and Waterval Boven. Go straight through Nelspruit on the N4 and follow the Komatipoort signs. After Nelspruit, you will pass the following towns - Kaapmuiden, Malelane, and Hectorspruit. Turn left ±16 km after Hectorspruit at the Tenbosch sign. After about 7km turn right (follow Ngwenya Board). After about 3km turn left (follow Ngwenya Board). Travelling time is approximately 5 hours from Johannesburg.
From Durban With passport: Drive along the North Coast, you will cross the border to S.A. at Mananga/Border gate (closes at 18h00). Proceed to Komatipoort and drive through the town in the direction of Crocodile Bridge. 7km's out of town you turn left at the Marloth Park sign. 6km's further, turn right at Ngwenya Lodge. Without a passport: Drive around Swaziland via Pongola, Piet Retief, Badplaas and Barberton. You will join the N4 at Kaapmuiden and then follow N4 in direction of Komatipoort (see above directions from Malelane).