Tintswalo Safari Lodge is located in the private Manyeleti Game Reserve which borders the Sabi Sand reserve to the South, the Timbavati Nature Reserve to the North and shares an unfenced border with Kruger to the east. The Manyeleti is a Big 5 safari destination and offers a high end safari stay.
What Africa Uncovered says...
Tintswalo Safari Lodge offers a luxury safari in the less visited Manyeleti Game Reserve. Although not as popular as its more prolific neighboring reserves, the Manyeleti does offer an excellent big game experience.
The main lodge and suites at Tintswalo are all located along a river bed and the main lodge overlooks a waterhole which is often frequented by large game. Guests are accommodated in 6 luxury Suites. The suites are connected to the main lodge by raised wooden walkways. All Suites have an intimate plunge pool, full en-suite facilities, an indoor/outdoor shower which leads off from the bathroom out onto the deck, extra length double beds, bar facility, air-conditioners, fireplaces, overhead fans and mosquito nets.
Additionally, the Presidential Suite has two full Suites adjoined by a large and spacious living area and open plan kitchen, ideal for families with children. The décor of each suite is inspired by the ambience of the great 19th century explorers of Africa.
The Spa is privately situated at the lodge and has Internationally Trained Therapists.
What our clients say
“I really enjoyed my time at Tintswalo. The suites were brilliant and loved the fact they viewed onto the dry riverbed. Sitting back with a cold beer and watching animals from my room was fantastic.”
Steven Cowan - UK
Game viewing is enjoyed in luxury individually seated open Landrovers with teams of highly qualified Rangers and Shangaan trackers. 23,000 hectares (57,500 acres) of traversing await guests at Tintswalo Safari Lodge. Exclusive and highly personalised safaris are on offer at Tintswalo in the rich bio-diversity of the Manyeleti Reserve.
Bush walks in the reserve allows the guest the opportunity to come away with information on wildlife, nature enlightenment and insight into the local Shangaan traditions.