Situated along a seasonal riverbed and perched up above a waterhole, this exclusive lodge offers visitors regular sightings of elephant herds and other big game as they cool off in the waters. Tintswalo Safari Lodge is situated in the shade of a grove of Sycamore trees and is built using time honoured local methods. The result is an authentic safari destination infused with the romance of Colonial safari days long since past. With just six Explorer Suites and one Presidential Suite, serenity and privacy are guaranteed at this five star safari destination. Here, rooms are reached via a raised wooden walkway and each has its own viewing deck and private plunge pool. And with few vehicles in the concession area and very little human activity, sightings of big game, especially the Big 5, are frequent.
As with other properties in the exclusive Tintswalo group, there is a sharp focus on service excellence at Tintswalo Safari Lodge. Many of the staff members are recruited from the local community and are trained to offer the very best in personalised, discreet and knowledgeable attention. Daily game drives with experienced guides are a major drawcard here. Likewise, the Vital Source Spa is an essential part of a visit to this luxury African safari lodge and the extensive menu of treatments ensures guests are left feeling utterly pampered. Attention to detail is everything at Tintswalo Safari Lodge, meal times are tailored according to guest needs and the gourmet experience extends to the likes of private in-suite dinners, English high tea, picnics and brunches in the bush. The freshest ingredients and a commitment to innovative dining are evident at every meal.
With its outstanding facilities and commitment to service excellence, Tintswalo Safari Lodge meets all the criteria for a luxury escape from it all in the South African bush.
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Honeymoon safari & paradise island combo
This honeymoon couple loves their African honeymoon. It was well paced with not too much travelling. They combined a Big Five Safari at two safari camps in South Africa’s Kruger region with barefoot luxury time on an island of the coast of Southern Mozambique.