Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa

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Embrace a true African experience in comfort, style, and luxury. This exclusive private game lodge is situated 2 hours North of Johannesburg in a malaria free area at the foot of the Waterberg in the Bushveld region of the Limpopo Province.

At Zwahili, experience spectacular sunsets from the extended timber deck, you’ll find unsurpassed peace and tranquillity while in the distance nocturnal life comes alive.


Zwahili accommodates a maximum of 20 guests, thereby ensuring a personal and tranquil experience further enhanced by excellent cuisine.

The main lodge offers 3 luxury en-suite rooms, each with a private balcony. 

Within walking distance of the main lodge are the safari suites. The interior appointments draw inspiration from the colonial ethos, with only the wildlife as witness of the invigorating outside shower for two. The suite provides en-suite bathroom, small seating area and private viewing deck. 

Royal African – presidential suite contains a lounge with flat screen TV and full satellite service, en-suite bathroom with ball and claw bath, his & hers basins, separate WC & bidet and outside shower for two and private viewing deck with plunge pool.


The lodge provides a restaurant, fully licensed bar a swimming-pool and DSTV in lounge.

The African Spa Collection provides its own special brand of calm, presenting the ultimate escape, ensuring the restoration of equilibrium to body and mind. 


Game viewing, conducted by an experienced ranger offers sighting of giraffe, civet cat, caracal, zebra, blue wildebeest, eland, njala, impala, red hartebeest, ostrich, gemsbuck, waterbuck, blesbuck, kudu, bush pig, warthog, and numerous smaller antelope.

Experience a humble picnic elevated to an ethnic bushveld soirèe. 

Bird watching over 300 species of African bird life with rare sightings such as lizard buzzard and brown snake eagle. The world-renowned Nylsvley bird sanctuary is in close proximity for aspiring birdwatchers.

Guided bush walks and excursions ascending “Witkop” going back in time to when the “bittereinders”, at the helm of a Boer General, utilized this koppie as a hideout from the British

for almost two years. “Witkop” stands proud in bearing homage to a period in history long forgotten.


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