Motswari Private Game Reserve a privately owned game lodge situated deep in the ‘Big Five’ Timbavati Private Game Reserve of 150 square kilometres which forms part of the Great Kruger National Park.
The main area is stone building with a thatch roof with African feel decor offering views onto the banks of the perennial Sohebele River. The bar area opens onto the deck and rock lined pool, a perfect spot for watching game coming to the nearby river bed and plains.
The 15 rooms are the original thatched rondavel style with double doors opening onto patios with scenic views of the bush and the river. The comfortable, well appointed rooms have air conditioning, four poster beds with mosquito nets and en suite bathrooms.
In operation since 1980, with strong conservation and community values, hence the Tswana name Motwari, meaning 'to conserve and protect'. Guides are residents of the area with an intimate knowledge of the area and its wildlife, taking you on extended 3 ½ hour game drives in the early morning and late afternoon when wildlife is at its most prolific.
In addition to this, there is an opportunity for a guided walking safari with highly experience and armed trail-guides, a wonderful chance to see the little things up close and enjoy the quite of the bush.
Why Choose Us?
Passionate travel experts
- We've been leading wildlife travel since our first South Africa tours over 25 years ago
- Our Travel Specialists have lived in their specialist area for years
- We work with local guides to immerse you deeper in our diverse range of experiences
Personal & tailor-made
- You'll speak to your own expert who'll share their first-hand knowledge
- We'll make your itinerary seamless with 24/7 emergency contact available
- Your Travel Specialist will listen to ensure you have the best chance of seeing the wildlife you love
Responsible by nature
- We take care to actively contribute to the conservation of environments we visit
- For select countries, we make a charitable donation on your behalf when you make your booking
- We've partnered with conservation experts and NGOs to curate responsible tours