I took a group of 15 for the elephant experience with Amos and Richard- it was a truly memorable experience, very moving and also so nice to see the elephants are loved and cared for. We learned so much. The we had a wonderful lunch at Manyatta organised so well by the lovely Jeffrey. The views are stunning and the toilets?! well a magnificent surprise!!! thank you all for a wonderful day!
We did just the interaction with the elephants and the back safari. Unmissable! Beautiful, one of this thing you can do just in some parts of the world, Make sure you go to the Manyatta rock camp to have a meal or a drink. Stunning view... and make sure you visit their Toilets too, very unique! Totally recommend Elephant interaction, back safari and meal.....sleep there as well if you can afford, the manyattas are soooo beautiful
The access road is bumpy and rough. The first surprise was the toilet at reception which had a glass wall over looking the bushveld. The service and meals were good. The rooms however are something different to the normal standard rooms in construction, feels like a moles warren and each toilet has a private view over the expansive bushveld. Also the shower is also in the open, but don't worry your neighbours can't see you. The game drive was less than revealing although we saw a porcupine before sunset, elsewise only impala. What was annoying is the drivers who took us to Kruger National Park's attitude when the received their tips.
Stayed here for 2 nights on our south Africa tour. Short drive to our Kruger park day. Though there was an elephant we saw roaming around from our balcony . I was blown away by the location, the room and our views. Balcony , outside private shower and unbelievably cosy and unique rooms. Welcoming staff . food was ok except for the braai which was very disappointing as sausages were uncooked and very bland choices for food. Apart from that it was excellent .
What a stunning place. Really something different. Something on the downside...I booked and specifically asked if it is wheelchair friendly. Well its not in spite of what the lady said. The rooms are very small and difficult to manage in a wheelchair. Pathways are narrow and the one to the Dining area is with a downhill slope and has little speed bumps to ensure people dont slip but this makes it very difficult for someone in a wheelchair. Its a pity. We booked in, realized it wont work for us due to these restraints and we booked out again. I strongly recommend that they make it easier for disabled people