At a Glance
From ZAR 6 550 pp/pn
Big 5 experience
Just four en-suite luxury suites
Traditional boma dining
Beautiful views over the bushveld
A small and intimate lodge
Watch the wildlife venture close to the lodge to quench their thirst at the water hole
The 14 000 hectare of pristine African wilderness which is home to the Thornybush Private Nature Reserve is in the Northern part of the Sabi Sand and forms part of the Greater Kruger Park.
Thornybush enjoys some of the best game viewing on offer with spectacular ‘Big 5’ sightings plus the elusive cheetah and wild dog make this a ‘Super Seven’ destination.
Monwana is a small and intimate lodge consisting of just four suites. The luxury King Size Suite includes a separate lounge area and beautiful open fireplace. It also boasts a private deck overlooking the waterhole.
The Family Suites can sleep four in comfort with two en-suite bedrooms with a spacious wooden patio area. The Deluxe Honeymoon Suite overs breathtaking views over the bush. The suite includes a sunken bathtub with views of the savannah and a private veranda for romance.
The facilities at Monwana include a comfortable guest lounge to relax and take in the stunning views of the bush. A waterhole at the lodge allows guests to witness the wildlife venture every closer in search of a refreshing drink.
Twice daily game drive in open Land Cruisers with highly professional rangers and Shangaan trackers, both of which enjoy sharing their knowledge and experiences of the African bush.
After a scrumptious breakfast you are welcome to join your ranger on an insightful bush walk where he will take you on a journey of discovery explaining in greater detail the medical uses of various plants and tree along the importance of the smaller creatures, like the dung beetles, termites and even the mosquitoes have to the ecosystem. You will go away with a much greater respect for these tiny creatures that share our planet.
Luxury Suite only
All meals, local drinks, teas, coffees; snacks
Dawn and dusk safaris in open land rovers and bushveld walks
Sundowner local drinks on game drive