Built in typical Frontier style,Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge features stone walls, thatch roofs and long wooden walkways. An abundance of natural materials were used in both the construction and the interior decorating of Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge, creating a seamless blend of inside and outside spaces.

The accommodation at Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge consists of nine spacious, luxurious suites – each complete with its own private plunge pool, located on a private deck. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead onto the balconies and afford guests magnificent vistas of the bushveld surroundings.

Even when soaking in the generous bathtubs in their en-suite bathrooms, guests are privy to views of the landscape – and the river views often result in spotting animals pausing to drink.

At Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge, everything takes your breath away – from the grandeur of the lodge to the rugged and imposing landscapes.

Since it is set in a malaria-free Big 5 game reserve, the emphasis is on providing an all-encompassing safari experience. From cultural and historical tours to the local carnivore research programme, there is much to see and do.

Mealtimes at Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge here are truly magical and guests can choose between enjoying the thoughtfully prepared dishes by lantern light in the cosy boma; one the viewing decks or in the stylish dining room – and a number of unexpected dinner locations are also on offer.

Since Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge is located on a steep riverbank, every nook and cranny provides awe-inspiring views. The main area of the lodge are characterised by soaring ceilings and huge stone chimneys, as well as cosy spaces filled with dark leather armchairs, gleaming antiques and striking, deep-coloured rugs.

With African bushveld views stretching as far as the eye can see into the horizon, guests are spoilt with regular sightings of animals such as a majestic kudu, grazing in the lush and fertile water’s edge.


Lise Kargaard

+1 646-968-0661

About "Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge"