Rates

SA Resident Special

  • Special

From $ 129

  • Single: $ 194
  • Unit sleeps: 2

Includes: Accommodation, all meals, twice-daily game drives.

Please note: Morning game drives are conducted in the Kruger National Park and afternoon game drives on the Mjejane Reserve.

Terms & Conditions: Valid for SA Residents only (SA ID will be requested upon check-in). Minimum 3 night stays applicable over Long Weekends.


Dates Rates (PPS) Rates (SINGLE)
01 Jul 2020 — 24 Dec 2020 $ 129 $ 194

Standard Room

From $ 271

  • Single: $ 393
  • Unit sleeps: 2

Includes: Accommodation, all meals, twice daily game drives, and conservation levy for the Kruger National Park.

Please note: Morning game drives are conducted in the Kruger National Park and afternoon game drives on the Mjejane Reserve.


Dates Rates (PPS) Rates (SINGLE)
01 Jan 2020 — 31 Dec 2021 $ 271 $ 393

Luxury Room

From $ 296

  • Single: $ 430
  • Unit sleeps: 2

Includes: Accommodation, all meals, twice daily game drives, and conservation levy for the Kruger National Park

Please note: Morning game drives are conducted in the Kruger National Park and afternoon game drives on the Mjejane Reserve.


Dates Rates (PPS) Rates (SINGLE)
01 Jan 2020 — 31 Dec 2021 $ 296 $ 430

Reviews

"I felt very comfortable at Mjejane River Lodge. I wasn't put under pressure at meal times to get there on time or be rushed out of there because breakfast was "over". The staff were helpful and pleasant at all times. The Lodge ran smoothly and the emphasis on the guests' enjoyment and relaxation was evident."

- James


"The rooms well kept and clean, all that people require. They serve buffet meals. I notice a number of people return regularly. The staff are very helpful and advise which is the best game drive to go on."

- Tim


"Stayed here for 2 nights for what was my wife’s first experience of an African safari. Couldn’t have asked for a better start. Location wise, the lodge is about an hour and a half to 2 hours from Nelspruit. It’s accessible via a private entrance and has it’s own bridge into the main Kruger park. The road within the reserve itself is accessible via a normal 2 wheel drive, but bear in mind that with the heavy rains some parts of the roads to the camp from within the reserve can be treacherous so during the rainy season it might be better to be cautious and opt for a 4 wheel drive. The lodge itself has stunning views onto the Crocodile river and it’s banks. You get an immediate view of the resident hippos and crocs. There’s free and accessible WiFi within the main lobby, bar and restaurant area which is great. The restaurant menu is straight forward without being simple. There’s coffee and snacks available pre-morning safari, a cooked breakfast when you return. Lunch is served at 1pm with a choice from 2 starters, main courses and desserts. Snacks are served at 3.30 pre-afternoon safari and then dinner is served at 7.30 / 8pm. As with lunch, there are choice from 2 dishes for each course. Quality is good, and the portions sizeable. You need them after being out on those long drives! As 2 couples, we went for standard rooms. These are great. All come with large patios looking out onto the river. Each room has a mini-fridge, safe, large double bed with aircon in the room and an ensuite. Ensuite's include a bath with a great shower. They are perfect for an afternoon siesta and crashing in the evening. All that you need. In terms of game, we saw everything except for the big cats. Actually saw more rhino, both white and black, than I’d ever seen before. The private reserve itself is well stocked, but because of the rains, quite a lot of the roads were closed off or unreachable due to the conditions. It was a shame as this is why we missed out on the cats. It’s worth keeping this in mind depending on what you’re expecting to see, and if you’re visiting any other reserves. The morning drive into the Kruger is also definitely worth it. We had a a total of 4 drives, one being a Kruger drive and I’d say this should be a minimum for anyone visiting here, gives you an opportunity to see as much as possible. The Rangers are very knowledgeable, polite and a lot of fun. Since you have the same one's for all your drives, after the first one, they know what you’re after and will make that extra effort on the next drives to finds the game you haven’t seen yet. Definitely worth a visit here if you prefer the quieter side of a safari. As the only traffic on the roads are from the the river lodge or the resident lodges within the private grounds, it's relatively peaceful and you're not always bumping into traffic like you do on some parts of the Kruger. It’s a relaxing way to safari."

- Kristian


"If you are for a relaxed vacation by the riverside whilst watching some animals coming for either their morning or afternoon drinking at the river then this is for you. There are mostly water bucks, hippos, birds, monkeys, wild pigs roaming around. The morning and evening game drives have very knowledgeable guides who have intimate knowledge about the bush and its habitats. The drives cater for those who would like to view the game in their natural habitat. Mostly there are giraffes, buffalos, rhinos, elephants, crocodiles wild cats. Sadly no sighting of leopards or lions - shy cats indeed!"

- Nkuli P


"We had a wonderful experience at Mjejane, with a private game viewing vehicle and guide. The private lodges that individuals and companies own are 6 star and the whole experience simply amazing. The exclusive seclusion with rare sightings of black rhino, leopard, lion etc and the location running along the crocodile river make this one of the most exclusive lodges and clubs to visit in SA. It is the only lodge with its own bridge into the Kruger park. The river drive of 10 plus km is a must. The rooms are all on suite and it is tranquil and peaceful. Although they claim to still be getting their meals in order i found the meals quite fine. The location is close to Maputo [45 min away] through the border post to visit the sea."

- Dennis Rogers


"We spent two nights at Mjejane River Lodge and thoroughly enjoyed it. The setting on the Crocodile River is absolutely stunning and just watching the wildlife on the river is a joy to behold. The staff were very friendly and generally the food was very good. The rooms were clean and quite spacious. We will definitely return ."

- Leo Renette


"This was my second stay at the resort. First of all, all amenities are superb. You will not and cannot find better. The rooms and lodges are modern yet rustic, incorporating the life and vigor of the African bush. The people and staff are amazing and so well informed. We were treated like royalty. I love the fact that Africa literally walks up to your doorstep en greets you every morning. The private entry into the Kruger park provides a relaxed vacation, by avoiding the standard queues at the main gates of the park . Please spoil yourselves at this destination.....we most certainly will keep doing the same"

- Mercandes


"Recently stayed at Mjejane as part of an organised holiday.This lodge proved to be a good choice, even better than stated in the literature. The setting is absolutely fantastic! Right on the side of the aptly named Crocodile river, as many crocs were seen. Hippos, elephants, water bucks, kudo and buffalo were all daily visitors. The staff were all very helpful and friendly, the food good and plentiful (tho the packed lunches on the two organised excursions were a little disappointing). The morning and evening game drives are made even better by having a very knowledgeable and pleasant driver/guide (in our case the Ranger's name was December). We had a full days game drive in the Kruger National park which was fantastic. We were lucky enough to witness a rhino capture (for re-location) which was very exciting and almost never seen by tourists apparently. Saw 4 of the Big Five (the leopard being truly elusive). Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, temperatures of 30 plus degrees added to the experience. Would certainly stay at Mjejane again."

- Frank.


"Rooms were surprisingly luxurious in comparison with some other lodges I visited. Beautiful setting, on the Crocodile River, with a pool and lounge chairs. Lawn service was provided by resident warthogs! We did morning and evening game drives on their property and spent one day in Kruger which is quite near. We saw rhinos - which was our goal - as well as lots of cape buffalo, zebras, kudu, impala, hippos, etc. All good. In Kruger we saw lions, secretary birds and a wonderful pool with two hippos playing! Food was very good, served buffet style. Wi-fi was available in the lobby."

- Shannon


"We booked a few days away and stayed at Mjejane while visiting the Kruger Park. This must be the most relaxing environment on the edge of the Crocodile River. You get the chance to see three of the big five, amongst many others, come down to the water edge in the late afternoon. We stayed in a self catering unit and we braai'd every evening and sat in the cocktail pool to enjoy sun set and evening viewing. Oh I will go again."

- Robert


"We spent two nights at Mjejane River Lodge and thoroughly enjoyed it. The setting on the Crocodile River is absolutely stunning and just watching the wildlife on the river is a joy to behold. The staff were very friendly and generally the food was very good. The rooms were clean and quite spacious. We will definitely return ."

- Leo


"If you are for a relaxed vacation by the riverside whilst watching some animals coming for either their morning or afternoon drinking at the river then this is for you. There are mostly water bucks, hippos, birds, monkeys, wild pigs roaming around. The morning and evening game drives have very knowledgeable guides who have intimate knowledge about the bush and its habitats. The drives cater for those who would like to view the game in their natural habitat. Mostly there are giraffes, buffalos, rhinos, elephants, crocodiles wild cats. Sadly no sighting of leopards or lions - shy cats indeed!"

- Nkuli


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