Owned and managed by the More family and their passionate family of staff, this portfolio of hotels and lodges is well-loved with guests continuously sending wonderful feedback of their experiences. It all began at Lion Sands a generation ago when wildlife conservation along with the desire the share the drama and beauty of the wild Africa bush became the driving force behind what is now a respected luxury experiential tourism product in Southern Africa. The More Hotels group comprises the celebrated Lion Sands Safari Lodges in the predator rich Sabi Sands. River Lodge is the oldest and largest camp and is ideal for groups and families.

Ivory Lodge is fabulous for honeymooners and couples wanting privacy and luxury. 1933 is like a family home in the bush and the perfect exclusive use getaway. On the other side of the river, within the Kruger National Park are the Tinga and Narina Lodges. Both have amazing tree houses which are very popular for romantic sleep outs. In a lovely location in Cape Town, Cape Cadogan is one of our all time favourite guesthouses and the More Quarters apartments are close by. Madikwe Safari Lodge is great option in the malaria free and family friendly Madikwe Game Reserve. And their most recent addition is Marataba Safari lodge in the Marakele Game Reserve. Each location is unique and so is each hotel or lodge.


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With a seemingly endless procession of game and smaller animals making its way to the waters of the Sabie River where it is nestled, Lion Sands Ivory Lodge is perfectly placed for idle game watching. Situated in the sprawling southern reaches of Sabi Sands Game Reserve that borders the Kruger National Park, this intimate and exclusive lodge embraces its position perfectly. Read More


A canopy of ancient trees on the banks of the Sabie River shelters a sophisticated and serene treehouse lodge deep in the pristine landscape of South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Narina Lodge is one of just two intimate lodges in the 5000ha Lion Sands private concession, guaranteeing excellent uncrowded game-viewing of the Big 5 and a myriad of other wildlife. Read More


A stunning setting on the banks of the Sabie River surrounded by animals, bush and big skies, Tinga Lodge is the perfect place to relax and re-energise, immersed in the magic of Africa. One of two small luxury lodges in the pristine Lion Sands private concession of the Kruger National Park, Tinga provides a truly exclusive year-round safari experience, encompassing the Big Five and much more, with a thriving population of black rhino. Read More


The main property in the Lion Sands family of luxury safari accommodation, Lion Sands River Lodge is perched on the edge of the Sabi River in a grove of centuries old trees. Designed to bring guests as close to the wild as possible, this exclusive lodge offers an unforgettable safari experience with big game and the Big 5. Read More


Bush bliss is what Madikwe Safari Lodge is all about. Serene spaces, luxurious attention to detail and superb game viewing of the Big Five in unspoilt surroundings, it has all you’d expect of a luxury African safari and more, and is easily accessible from Johannesburg by plane or car. This private lodge in South Africa’s malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve has been designed as three separate luxury lodges, the intimate Kopano for couples, family friendly Lelapa and secluded, exclusive use Dithaba, so that all guests can enjoy the legendary More family hospitality at its best. Read More

More Quarters Apartment Hotel is designed to give guests the whole experience, that of visiting the city of Cape Town, feeling a part of the city and being a local in a foreign city. For those who spend a lot of their time in hotels, this will be a different experience – these apartments have the full service support of a luxury hotel, while combining the modern features and freedom of the self-catering apartment. Read More

A charmingly chic boutique hotel just off trendy Kloof Street, Cape Cadogan is perfectly placed to enjoy an authentic local Cape Town experience. It’s just a stroll down through the vibrant cafe atmosphere of Kloof Street to Company Gardens and its museums, and a short drive to Table Mountain cableway. The historic Victorian town house has been beautifully restored with bohemian elegance, combining contemporary and antique furniture to create a relaxing, home from home atmosphere. Read More