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Royal Malewane African Safari Lodge

Experience the timelessmagic of Royal Malewane. Extraordinary game viewing, fine cuisine and award-winning spa stir the heart and thrill the senses. Six luxurious suites enjoy private pools and magnificent bathrooms while expert rangers and trackers inspire and inform. Every meal is a celebration lingering long in the memory. Feast under the stars, enraptured by the power of the wild.

The Royal and Malewane Suites sleep four each and enjoy private chef, butler and game drives. Africa House is the child-friendly bush paradise for 12, filled with colour and character. Private chef, butler and game drive vehicle ensure tailor-made service.

Rates inclusive of 15% VAT • South African Rands • Subject to Availability

ROYAL MALEWANE & AFRICA HOUSE

2019
Details Jan - May
Sep - 14 Dec
Jun - Aug
15 Dec - 5 Jan
Luxury Suite (6 Suites)- Double Occupancy - per person per night R24 800 R26 300
Royal Suite (2 Suites) -(sleeping 4 people)
Inclusive of private butler, private chef, private vehicle and includes:
4 complimentary 30 minute massages per stay of four nights and less or
8 complimentary 30 minute massages per stay of five nights and more
R124 500 R134 500
Africa House 1 - 8 guests (includes one vehicle) R204 000 R219 500
Africa House 9 - 12 guests (includes one vehicle) R224 000 R249 000
Entire Lodge (6 x Luxury Suites and 2 x Royal Sutes) Sleeps 20 guests R518 500 R550 000
Exclusive use of Royal Malewane and Africa House Sleeps 32 guests R743 000 R779 000
Luxury Farm Suite (3 Suites) - Double Occupancy - per person per night R24 800 R26 300
The Farmhouse (Sleeps 6 adults and 2 children)
Inclusive of private butler, private chef and private game drive vehicle
R169 000 R179 000
Farmstead | 3 x Double Luxury Farm Suites (Sleeps 6 guests) R149 000 R158 000
Exclusive use of Farmstead ( 3 x Luxury Suites & Farmhouse)
(Sleeps 12 adults & 2 children)
R318 900 R337 900
Exclusive use of Royal Malewane, Africa House & Farmstead
(Sleeps 44 adults & 2 children)
R1 062 500 R1 137 500
Pilot's | Guide's Room and/or additional guest sharing R8 690 R9 200


Please note that the prices below are per unit per night except for the luxury suites which are per person per night.

Single supplement rates are available in a Luxury Suite at 75% of the double occupancy rate per night
 

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Stay 3 nights at  at Royal Malewane and
1 night at The Silo Hotel in Cape Town and
receive a complimentary second night at The Silo Hotel.

Valid 1 May – 15 December 2019

• Staying in a Luxury Farm Suite & a Silo Room
• For new reservations only & subject to availability

 

THE ROYAL OFFER - 2019

 

Book and pay for six nights at any combination of The Royal Portfolio properties:
Royal Malewane, Birkenhead House, La Residence or The Silo Hotel and get a seventh night complimentary at either Birkenhead House or La Residence.

The safari experience is synonymous with exceptional food and wine.

Dining at Royal Malewane is a unique and indulgent experience with a constantly changing menu and a wide variety of beautiful settings in which to savor the contemporary cuisine prepared by Executive Chef, Brandon Souris and his dedicated team.

Exquisite plating is second nature to the chefs at Royal Malewane for whom cuisine is certainly an art.

When that art is served in one of Africa’s most breath taking locations, the dining experience becomes truly sublime. The cuisine is complemented by a natural canvas to savour as much as the delicate flavours with the dining area overlooking the Malewane River where a variety of curious creatures great and small venture to slake their thirst.

All meals, soft drinks, spirits and wines are included in the accommodation rates at Royal Malewane allowing our guests to completely relax and enjoy the endless temptations available.

Bush Dinners

The Bush Tent at Royal Malewane provides a feast in the heart of the African wilderness. A truly remarkable and romantic experience with glowing lanterns casting a gentle light among the brightly burning braziers.

The sounds of the wild and the local village choir provide the soundtrack to a very special evening where guests can enjoy being out in the bush with the convenience of flushing toilets And where better to enjoy a night cap than by the fireside under the African stars as your ranger recounts the stories of the day?

A personalised Dining Experience

 

Royal Malewane offers complete flexibility to our guests – we can tailor a menu to your personal tastes and dietary requirements in consultation with our Executive Chef.

Whether you feel like a light salad by the pool in the privacy of your Luxury Suite or a decadent six-course dinner paired with fine wines, the dining team at Royal Malewane will ensure that you are carefully looked after. And that goes for drinks too – have what you want, when you want, whether it’s a Bloody Mary to ease yourself into the day, a delicious flat white or a bottle of vintage red wine from our cellar

Fine wines and worldly whiskies

ll drinks are included in the rate at Royal Malewane. We have an extensive wine list showcasing a wide variety of South Africa’s finest wines – from flagship red blends to boutique producers of lesser known varietals. Select from the wine list or allow our trained wine stewards to guide you in a food and wine pairing.

With over 60 different whiskies from around the world to choose from, Royal Malewane offers the largest whisky selection of any safari lodge. Join our team of whisky enthusiasts for an informative tasting or simply kick back on the deck with your favorite tipple.

Kosher Kitchen

Royal Malewane offers a kosher compliant kitchen. The chefs source the finest kosher ingredients and can therefore prepare fresh orthodox meals of the highest quality should a Mashgiach or Rabbi be present to supervise proceedings. Our team has been trained to understand the subtleties of kosher requirements and the kitchen has been fitted with the necessary equipment including separate crockery and cutlery. Please speak to our reservations team for further information about the Kosher Kitchen as there is an additional cost for these services depending on whether the services of a Rabbi or Mashgiach are required.

The closest airport to Royal Malewane is Hoedspruit but Royal Malewane is also easily accessible from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) in Nelspruit.

Travel by Air:

  • From Johannesburg International Airport:
    SA Express Airways fly daily to Hoedspruit Airport. Bookings can be made directly with South African Airways, contact by telephone on +27 (11) 978 1111 or via their website at www.flysaa.com. Road transfers can be arranged by Royal Malewane and take approximately 35 minutes in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle.
  • From Cape Town International Airport:
    SA Airlink fly daily from Cape Town to KMIA (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport) in Nelspruit. Contact South African Airways by telephone on +27 (11) 978 1111 or via their website at www.flysaa.com.
    SA Express Airways flies 6 days a week from Cape Town to Hoedspruit Airport.
    Upon request we can arrange an air transfer with Cesszani charters from KMIA to Royal Malewane’s private airfield. The duration of the air transfer is 25 minutes by light aircraft and is not a private transfer. Please note that luggage is restricted to 20kg of soft luggage per person.
  • Private Charter Flights:
    Guests have the option of chartering their own flights directly onto our private airstrip. Central Reservations can assist with booking private charters.

Travel by Road:

Guests have the option of travelling to Royal Malewane by road with the advantage of experiencing the small, scenic towns surrounding Royal Malewane and a backdrop of the spectacular Drakensberg mountains. We would be happy to provide Royal Malewane directions depending on where you’re coming from.

ADDRESS:
AVOCA ROAD, OFF ORPEN GATE ROAD, HOEDSPRUIT

From Johannesburg International Airport:
SA Express Airways fly daily to Hoedspruit Airport. Bookings can be made directly with South African Airways, contact by telephone on +27 (11) 978 1111 or via their website at www.flysaa.com. Road transfers can be
arranged by Royal Malewane and take approximately 35 minutes in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle.

From Cape Town International Airport:
SA Airlink fly daily from Cape Town to KMIA (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport) in Nelspruit. Contact South African Airways by telephone on +27 (11) 978 1111 or via their website at www.flysaa.com.
SA Express Airways flies 6 days a week from Cape Town to Hoedspruit Airport.
Upon request we can arrange an air transfer with Cesszani charters from KMIA to Royal Malewane’s private airfield. The duration of the air transfer is 25 minutes by light aircraft and is not a private transfer.
Please note that luggage is restricted to 20kg of soft luggage per person.

Private Charter Flights:
Guests have the option of chartering their own flights directly onto our private airstrip. Central Reservations can assist with booking private  charters.

DIRECTIONS FROM HOEDSPRUIT TO ROYAL MALEWANE

Guests have the option of travelling to Royal Malewane by road with the advantage of experiencing the small, scenic towns surrounding Royal  Malewane and a backdrop of the spectacular Drakensberg mountains.
1. From the Hoedpruit Airport turn right onto the tar road and travel down this road to the T-Junction. You pass through an access control gate at the  end of the road.
2. Turn left onto the R40 (towards Klaserie) and travel down this road until you eventually come to a T-Junction at the end of the road (you will have passed the Kapama Main Gate and then further on, the Hoedspuit Cheetah
Breeding and Rehabilitation Centre's gate.) This is about a 20 km drive.
3. At the T-Junction turn left towards Acornhoek and after about 1km turn left onto the Orpen Gate Road.
4. Travel down this road for about 12km and shortly after passing the Timbavati Safari Lodge on your left, there is a gravel road on the left (Avoca Road).
5. Please turn down this Avoca Road. There is an access control gate on the entrance to this road.
6. We are 5.6 km down this gravel road and our entrance gate is on the left hand side. There you will be met by our security guard at the gate who will radio the Lodge reception to advise of the arrival. There are no park or
entrance fees to enter the Reserve.

The Wildlife Experience

Royal Malewane has the most qualified guiding team in Africa. Our team consists of career guides who strive for excellence and are passionate about the African bush.

On most private safaris in Southern Africa, guests are guided on specialised Land Rovers by a ranger who drives the vehicle and by a tracker who sits on an especially precarious seat at the front of the bonnet. The tracker’s job is to find elusive wildlife. To notice and interpret nature’s subtle clues through acutely honed senses while the ranger engages with the guests and ensures safe passage.

There is no bond stronger than the indelible and intuitive connection between a ranger and a tracker. Wild adventures, unique encounters and proud achievements punctuate their derring-do filled days. Watch our video below which explains more about the unique qualifications that our team has and how that impacts on the guest experience.

Juan Pinto is the former Head Ranger at Royal Malewane and has now taken up a position as a director at Royal Malewane allowing him to concentrate on the broader wildlife experience as well as critical conservation efforts. He is one of the most qualified guides in the business. Juan has a unique set of formal guiding qualifications:

  • The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) – Level 3 professional guide;
  • Special Knowledge and Skills (SKS) – Dangerous Game;
  • SKS – Birding;
  • Master Tracker;
  • Juan was the first active guide to be awarded the honorary title of Scout by FGASA in recognition of achieving the highest qualifications as a guide and as a tracker.
  • Juan and erstwhile Head Tracker, Wilson Masiya have created an ethos that permeates through Royal Malewane, sharing their passion for the African bush and ensuring that all the rangers and trackers strive towards the same goal – to be the best guiding team in Africa. Royal Malewane is proud to have three of only seven living Master Trackers in the world and the only three in the entire Greater Kruger National Park.

All the game rangers at Royal Malewane hold the highest FGASA qualifications as well as advanced rifle handling certificates. These qualifications ensure guests an exceptional game experience – not only while on game drive, but also on foot.

Our greatest priority is guest safety. All our guides and trackers receive ongoing, on-site wilderness emergency training from experts in the field.

The guiding team has over 300 years of African bush experience between them.

The Big 5

 

Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant and Black Rhino make up Africa's Big 5.

The ‘Big 5’ phrase was coined by hunters back in the day. It referred to the five most difficult animals in Africa to hunt on foot and the degree of danger involved. The term is still used today but without the hunting connotations. The animals still appear on the various South African banknotes.

It’s interesting to note that technically the Black Rhino and not the White Rhino makes up the Big 5

LION 

Family: Felidae
• Mass ± 200 kg / ± 440 lbs
• Height ± 100 cm / ± 39 inches
• Walking speed 4 km/h / 2.4 mph
• Charging speed 80 km/h / 50 mph
• Potential longevity 20 years
• Gestation period 3.5 months

Elephant
Family: Elephantidae
• Mass 6000 – 7000 kg / 13000 – 15000 lbs
• Height 300 – 340 cm / 118 – 134 inches
• Walking speed 10 km/h / 6.2 mph
• Charging speed 40 km/h / 24.8 mph
• Potential longevity 65 – 70 years
• Gestation period 22 months
• Record length of tusks 3,5 m / 137 inches

Leopard
Family: Felidae
• Mass ± 60 kg / 132 lbs
• Height ± 60 cm / 23 inches
• Charging speed 80 km/h / 50mph
• Potential longevity 21 years
• Gestation period 3 1/2 months

Buffalo
Family: Bovidae
• Mass 750 kg / 1653 lbs
• Height ± 160 cm / 63 inches
• Charging speed 55 km/h / 34 mph
• Potential longevity 20 – 25 years
• Gestation period 11 months
• Record span of horns 147 cm / 58 inches

Rhinoceros 
Family: Rhinocerotidae
• Mass 3500 kg / 7717 lbs
• Height 160 cm / 63 inches
• Speed 45 km/h / 28 mph
• Potential longevity 45 years
• Gestation period 18 months
• Record length of front horn 158 cm / 62 inches
• Record length of rear horn 56 cm / 22 inches

 

Royal Malewane is an intimate and luxurious safari lodge with just six Luxury Suites, two Royal Suites (which each have two bedrooms), and Africa House – the exclusive use bush villa with six bedrooms.

Luxury Rooms


Boasting unparalleled views, the Royal Malewane’s six palatial suites are the pinnacle of refinement and opulence in game lodge accommodation. Luxuriously appointed and fully air-conditioned, they provide an elegant colonial-style refuge in the heart of the bush. Each suite accommodates two guests and enjoys private wooden decks, rim-flow pools and thatched gazebos. The main room contains a fireplace, beautiful dark wooden furniture and canopied king-size bed. Bathrooms are extravagantly sized, full of light and the epitome of indulgence. Enjoy the huge Victorian-style bath and shower inside or out. Elevated walkways link the suites to the main lodge. Only the wildlife will witness you relaxing in this ultra-private, ultra-luxurious game lodge accommodation.

Royal and Malewane Suites

Space and splendor characterise these two suites. Each one of our suites can house four people in fine safari accommodation style, with acres of room for relaxing, dining, sleeping and bathing. A huge outside deck complete with pool allows you to make the most of the wild beauty of the surroundings and enjoy the warmth of the sunshine in complete privacy. Inside, the décor is classic colonial bush style, brimming with old world elegance that is perfectly suited to luxury safari accommodation. Wonderful antiques, paintings and curios are richly evocative of a leisured and luxurious past, whilst the secluded location provides a dreamy romantic escape unsurpassed in its peace and tranquility.

Africa Haouse

Africa House is a spacious and elegant, exclusive use bush villa with six en-suite bedrooms either side of a central courtyard. Each has vibrant and eclectic furnishing. Lights floods into the en-suite bedrooms each of which enjoys a private outside shower and deck Antique furniture carved four-poster beds from Mombasa plush silk furnishing and Persian rugs create an exotic and luxurious feel. The vast front deck provides the ultimate space to relax, dine and enjoy the beautiful swimming pool overlooking the African bushveld.

The Waters of Royal Malewane Bush Spa is an award winning spa in the heart of the African bush in complete harmony with its natural surroundings.

World-renowned for its beautiful setting and the sheer luxuriousness of its treatments, many of which make inspired use of indigenous ingredients. The spa at Royal Malewane is an oasis of a very special sort – a chance to refresh and restore mind, body and spirit amid the serenity and peace of the bush.

Facilities at the safari spa are comprehensive and include a fully-equipped gym, a heated lap pool, steam room, hot and cold African baths and private casitas for relaxation or treatments. The Royal Malewane Bush Spa is dedicated to your well being on every level, offering an experience to complement and enrich your stay.

Our Products

Healing Earth is a South African product that we use for our massages, body treatments and some facials.

In addition we offer Dermalogica for specific facial treatments and Gelish, Morgan Taylor and Essie for manicures and pedicures.

Relax around the pool in the central courtyard and take in the tranquility of your surroundings.

There are healthy juices and snacks available as well as complimentary wifi. We also have a small hair salon where we offer wash and blow drys as well as hair treatments.

Massage Rituals 2019

AROMATHERAPY

A full body lymphatic massage using selected essential oils, according to the effect you would like to achieve on the body, mind and soul. Choice of relaxing, uplifting or detoxifying.

min 60 | 90  zar 1,000 | 1,350

SWEDISH MASSAGE

A relaxing, light to medium pressure, full body massage to aid relaxation, stimulate circulation, loosen tight muscles and assist in detoxifying the body. This treatment alleviates aches and pains in addition to keeping muscles supple.

min 60 | 90   zar 1,000 | 1,400

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE

A full body massage treatment specifically targeted at deeper lying muscle groups to release muscle tension and increase joint flexibility. This treatment stimulates circulation, assists lymphatic drainage and oxygenates stagnant tissues by using deep compression and stroke movements.

min 60 | 90   zar 1,100 | 1,550

BELLABACI MASSAGE

A modern, healing, deep tissue massage based on ancient cupping therapy. This massage incorporates the use of silicone bellabaci cups, which create a vacuum of up to 4 inches into the tissue, causing it to release toxins and inflammation, improve blood circulation, and reduce cellulite by activating the lymphatic system.

min 70 | 90   zar 1,250 | 1,600

HOT STONE MASSAGE

A relaxing full body massage incorporating the use of heated Basalt stones that are placed onto the energy zones of the body and used to gently massage stressed muscles. This massage is detoxing and relaxing as the heat helps to treat the tense muscles.

min 70 | 90   zar 1,250 | 1350

DETOX JET-LAG TREATMENT

This treatment helps relieve swollen legs and feet due to travelling. The circulation is stimulated after the leg scrub and then followed by a draining massage to help the release of toxins.. Finished with moisturizers and cooling foot gel

45 min  R1,050

FACE AND SCALP MASSAGE

A massage performed on the pressure points of the upper part of the shoulders, neck, scalp and face.

30 min  R650

THERAPEUTIC HAND AND FOOT MASSAGE

A relaxing massage that includes your arms and lower legs.

30 min  R650

AFRICAN BALANCING MASSAGE

This massage focuses on the upper back, the neck, shoulders, arms, scalp, chest and face.

30 min  R650

REFLEXOLOGY

Reflexology is a holistic treatment that works on the principle that nerve endings in the feet correspond to all organs, glands and parts of the body. By using slight pressure and specific massage techniques, energy zones and reflex areas are stimulated throughout the body.

min 30 | 45  zar 650 | 850

DE-STRESS BACK, NECK AND SHOULDER MASSAGE

This massage will soothe away tensions in your upper body, break down stress and knots, and improve flexibility, leaving you relaxed and re-energized. Using a relaxing marula and neroli healing earth balm.

min 30 | 45 | 60  zar 650 | 900| 1,200

ADD ON TREATMENTS:

Bellabaci cups (on an area of your choice)

The use of these silicone cups can be used on either the back for muscular pain or on problem areas such as stomach, thighs and buttocks to help drain toxins.

R100

Hot stones (on an area of your choice)

Hot stones can be used on a specific area to heat the muscles and reduce muscle pain and inflammation.

R 100

Back Scrub and Detox Wrap

A detox scrub and wrap is applied to your back before you start your massage. This helps loosen stressed muscles and improves the benefits of your massage.

R 250

Rungu “knobkierrie” (on an area of your choice)

An invigorating deep tissue massage incorporating the African “Knopkierrie” stick to loosen stressed muscles and tension

R 100

 

Additional guest sharing /Pilots/ Guides Room : (January - May & September - 14 December 2019) R 8 700 per night 
Additional guest sharing / Pilots/ Guides Room : (June - August & October  R9 300 per night

Rates are inclusive of:

  • Accommodation
  • All meals and snaks
  • Full mini-bar
  • Wireless internet
  • Transfers to and from Jackalberry Airstrip
  • South African reserve wines and beverages (excludes French Champagne)
  • All coffees and speciality teas
  • Laundry service
  • 2 Daily game drives and bush walks

Rates exclude:

  • Spa Treatments (unless stated)
  • Curio purchases
  • Transfers to & from the reserve
  • Telephone calls
  • Private Game  Drive Vehicle

Additional services available on request (surcharge applicable):

  • Photographic equipment
  • Kosher meals

Private Drivers 

  • Private game drives are subject to occupancy levels at the lodge and we are only able to confirm a private drive approximately 2 weeks prior to arrival. 
  • The cost of private drives are R18 720
  • A private vehicle needs to be booked for the entire duration of the guests stay

CHILD POLICY:

Children of any age are welcome at Africa House, The Royal Suites & The Farmhouse. Unfortunately no children under 10 years can be accommodated in the Luxury Suites or the Luxury Farm Suites unless booked exclusively.

TRAVELLING WITH MINORS:

If travelling with minors, please ensure that you are familiar with the new South African Child Visa requirements. If you’re uncertain, we recommend you check with the Department of Home Affairs or contact your nearest embassy / consulate or seek legal advice before travelling.

CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT TIMES 

Check-in time is 14h00. Every effort will be made to ensure your room is available upon arrival, however should you wish to guarantee an early arrival, you would be required to book for an additional night prior to your scheduled arrival.

Check-out time is 11h00. A late check-out is subject to availability and can only be confirmed on-site on the day of departure. Should you wish to guarantee a late check-out, you would be required to book an additional night.

TRANSFER RATES

  • Transfers are excluded from the daily rate but can be arranged at an additional cost. All transfer rates are subject to change
  • All charter flights are subject to weather on the day. There may be an additional cost should it be necessary to re-route guests
Type of transfers 2019 Pax From
Road transfer (From Hoedspruit Airport to Royal Malewane) 1 - 3 pax R1 235 per vehicle one way
Air transfer (from KMIA - Royal Malewane) Min 2 pax R3 330 per person one way
Lodge to lodge air transfer (Royal Malewane - Sabi Sands) Min 2 pax R2 970 per person one way
Fedair shuttle flight (From ORT - Royal Malewane via Skukuza) No limit on
passengers
R5 875 per person one way

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation fees will be levied in the event of a cancellation and in accordance with the reservation terms and conditions of The Royal Portfolio.

  • 5 % of accommodation as an admin fee if cancelled more than 12 weeks prior to arrival
  • 25% of accommodation if cancelled 8 to 12 weeks prior to arrival
  • 50% of accommodation if cancelled 4 to 8 weeks prior to arrival
  • 100 % of accommodation if cancelled less than 4 weeks prior to arrival

* A 25% non-refundable and non-transferable deposit is payable within seven (7) days from date of confirmation for all bookings between the Christmas and  New Year peak season and full payment is due by 31 August for all bookings between 15 December and 15 January.
In addition to this, full payment is due by 31 May for all bookings for the month of August as this is the Safari peak season.  If full payment is not received by the due date the booking will unfortunately be released. 25% of this payment is non-refundable.

Minimum Stay

  • Please note that during high/peak/festive season we operate a dynamic minimum night stay policy whereby we will seek to accommodate any length of stay provided that the booking does not create an unsellable night.

Travel Insurence:

  • The guest is obliged to ensure that he/she has taken out adequate travel insurance to cover the financial implications of The Royal Portfolio Cancellation Terms & Conditions. The Guest will bear the sole & absolute responsibility.

 

PAYMENT POLICY  

Deposit (outside of peak season)

 

A 25% deposit is payable within fourteen (14) days from date of confirmation. The balance payable is due six (6) weeks prior to arrival

Should The Royal Portfolio receive a secondary enquiry againts provisional/unconfirmd booking, we endevour to make contact with you. A response within 24 hours will be required failing which the rooms will be automatically released. If a response is received the initial enquiry will have seven (7) days to confirm or release

Peak Season

  • June,July and August
  • 15 December to 15 January

 

 

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