Motswari Private Game Reserve

LodgesSouthern AfricaSouth Africa, Lesotho & SwazilandKruger & SurroundsMotswari Private Game Reserve
  • Big 5 Game Sightings
    Motswari Game Reserve shares an open 20-kilometre boundary with the world-renowned Kruger National Park.
  • Bird Watchers Paradise
    For the bird-watcher, Motswari is a delight, particularly from September through to May when numerous migratory species arrive.
  • To Conserve and Protect
    Motswari (meaning “To conserve and protect”) prides itself on offering guests a unique and genuine bush experience.
  • Safari Cuisine
    Excellent cuisine is a trademark at Motswari.
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General Information

Exclusivity, intimacy and an authentic African safari adventure is a promise at Motswiri Private Safari Lodge. In the malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa, it is a five star African bush lodge.

There are only 5 air-conditioned villas, each with their own private viewing deck and plunge pool. The lodge can be booked individually or can be booked exclusively for a family or a group of up to 10.

  • Swimming pool
  • Lounge
  • Viewing deck

Motswari Game Lodge is located on the 15 000 hectare Motswari Game Reserve, part of the Timbavati Game Reserve, bordering on the unfenced Kruger National Park.


Motswari accommodates 30 guests in 15 luxury en suite bungalows. All bedrooms have air-conditioning, overhead fans and magnificent bush and river views from the bedrooms.

The Timbavati

The Timbavati Game Reserve lies to the north of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve on the western edge of Kruger National Park and is one of South Africa’s prime wildlife viewing areas.Established in 1956 by like-minded game farmers, the Reserve covers 680 square km. There are no fences separating the Timbavati from the Kruger National Park, so lion, elephant, cheetah and other species roam freely between the two.

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