Umzolozolo Private Safari Lodge
Luxury Safari Lodge in the Nambiti Reserve, KwaZulu Natal
Nambiti Reserve, Ladysmith, Kwazulu Natal
Umzolozolo Private Safari Lodge is a 5-Star safari lodge located in the Nambiti Big 5 Game Reserve. Nestled atop a rocky outcrop, guests are spoilt with breathtaking views, an intimate setting and a wonderful hospitality experience.
Umzolozolo features 4 Luxurious Suites, 4 Luxury Chalets, as well as a Presidential Suite. All the rooms are air conditioned and have large picture windows to maximize the stunning views across the bush below. In addition to private bathrooms, each suite has an outdoor shower.
Guests can experience the truly magnificent views from the expansive wooden decks or the rim flow swimming pool at the main lodge, while sipping cocktails. Enjoy an indulgent body massage in the Health Spa. Guests enjoy 3 exquisite meals a day A full English Breakfast, Buffet Lunch and a scrumptious 4 Course Dinner.
The Malaria-free Nambiti Reserve provides a wonderful safari experience with the opportunity to view Africa’s Big 5 along with cheetah. The reserve boasts wonderfully varied and memorably scenic landscapes which vary from the waterfalls and tumbling rapids of the Sundays River valley to an extensive area of grassy plains that remind one inevitably of the Serengeti. Two open-vehicle safaris with knowledgeable guides ensure that guests get the most out of the game viewing.
- Luxurious accommodation
Teas, coffees & cakes
Two game drives per day
Snacks & sundowner drinks on game drives
This luxurious lodge specializes in Romantic Getaways, Honeymoons, Wedding Anniversaries, Birthdays, Family Holidays, Small Weddings or just a great bush experience, ensuring that your safari is beyond expectation!
Umzolozolo with its 8 luxurious suites was the first lodge opened on the Nambiti Reserve back in 2005 and remains one of the best! Nambiti’s very convenient location just a short hop off the N3 near Ladysmith in KZN – this makes it an easy drive both from Johannesburg (about 4 hours) as well as Durban (around 2 and a half hours).