For Swaziland accommodation, the Royal Jozini Private Game Reserve provides varied types of bushlodges and camps; including luxury lodges, self-catering accommodation, catered lodge accommodation and tented camps. The Swaziland catered and self-catering lodges are privately owned game lodges, surrounded by African wildlife, while still offering guests all the comfort and luxury you would anticipate when booking that well-deserved getaway.
The Kingdom of eSwatini game reserve accommodation options range from self-catering tented camps for 8, to a bush lodge cottage for 2, to a choice of 4 bedroom bush lodges each sleeping 8.
Game Drives when using the game reserve accommodation:
For an independent stay at the game lodges, you can explore the Royal Jozini Game Reserve on your own, with roads interweaving through the game reserve, around to the lake, and at the base of the Lebombo Mountains with spectacular African bush scenery (four by four needed for some routes).
Lodge domestic help:
When booking the game reserve accommodation, there are housekeepers on hand to assist wherever necessary, and all lodges are supplied with quality towels, crispy linen, drinkable water and more. All game reserve lodge accommodation is eco-friendly, and have boma’s and braai places and modern amenities.
Swaziland catered accommodation also offers a chance for you not to cook!
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Treat yourself to a sun-downer while watching the African sunset at one of our Royal Jozini lodges, and feel the stress melt away.
To view the different bush lodges, please see below
Booking activities in Swaziland:
“I recently had the pleasure of taking my wife to the Royal Jozini Game Lodge in Swaziland. What a most wonderful experience. The beautiful luxury lodges are all set in absolute virgin bush veldt with a backdrop of high mountains to add to the charm. In addition there is a very large lake with boating and fishing facilities for those interested. We returned to the concrete jungle of Johannesburg very relaxed and rested and wishing we could have stayed there longer. If you love game, the bush and nature in general, this is the place to stay.”