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We offer beautiful thatched cottages on the banks of the Komati River. There is abundant bird life,...
We offer beautiful thatched cottages on the banks of the Komati River. There is abundant bird life, hippos and crocodiles. Guests can enjoy tiger fishing and many other activities in and around Komatipoort. We are 12 km from the Kruger National Park, 60 km from the Swaziland Border, 4 km from the Mozambique Border and 3 km from town.
from R940

20 Reviews

Buckler's Africa

from R860
Buckler’s Africa is an informal private lodge in a stunning setting on the banks of the Crocodile...
Buckler’s Africa is an informal private lodge in a stunning setting on the banks of the Crocodile River, overlooking the Kruger National Park. The thatched property has high ceilings and cool terracotta covers over five hectares of garden and bush.
from R860
Sleeps 21 in 6 rooms

38 Reviews

Stoep Cafe

from R700
Self-Catering:Enjoy an old world atmosphere of one of the oldest railway houses in town. Relax on...
Self-Catering:Enjoy an old world atmosphere of one of the oldest railway houses in town. Relax on the stoep, and enjoy the tradisional South African cuisine prepared by the owners.
from R700

6 Reviews

Komati Guesthouse

from R800
Komati Guesthouse is the ideal destination if you want to visit the Lowveld. Situated in...
Komati Guesthouse is the ideal destination if you want to visit the Lowveld. Situated in Komatipoort, it is the gateway to Mozambique, Swaziland and the Kruger National Park.
from R800

2 Reviews

Nestled on the confluence of the Komati and Crocodile Rivers, Komati River Chalets is ideally...
Nestled on the confluence of the Komati and Crocodile Rivers, Komati River Chalets is ideally located for those wanting to explore the Southern Kruger National Park and Mpumalanga regions of South Africa. The lodge is on 12 acres of Komati riverfront wilderness, portraying a distinct feeling of wild Africa.
from R990

38 Reviews

River Hill Lodge

from R840
Self-Catering:We have retained the natural bushveld and overlook the Komati River. The Bar and...
Self-Catering:We have retained the natural bushveld and overlook the Komati River. The Bar and Lounge set on top of a koppie and above the trees offers spectacular views of the River, Kambaku Golf Course and south eastern most point of the Kruger Park
from R840

23 Reviews

Ngwenya Lodge

from R6,500
Self-Catering:There are jungle gyms, trampolines, table tennis tables and a kid's room with various...
Self-Catering:There are jungle gyms, trampolines, table tennis tables and a kid's room with various board games and puzzles.
from R6,500
Sleeps 14 in 2 rooms

2 Reviews

Hippo Hills

from R6,000
Self-Catering:There is a beauty spa on the property for all your holiday needs.
Self-Catering:There is a beauty spa on the property for all your holiday needs.
from R6,000
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

3 Reviews

Croc River Lodge

from R790
Self-Catering:True African hospitality and style
Self-Catering:True African hospitality and style
from R790
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

25 Reviews

Along with its convenient location the Lion and Leopard Lodge provides warm and inviting...
Along with its convenient location the Lion and Leopard Lodge provides warm and inviting accommodation in the tropical fruit town of Komatipoort.
from R854

1 Review

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    Komatipoort South Africa

    Komatipoort Self-catering Accommodation

    Komatipoort is conveniently situated 8km from the Crocodile Bridge Gate to Kruger National Park. Bordering Mozambique and 65km from the border of Swaziland, it’s a perfect base to explore these diverse worlds.

    Within an hour’s drive you can experience lion and elephant, pristine Indian Ocean beaches, the history of Maputo and traditional dancing in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Elephant back safaris, microlight safaris, golf and fishing are just a few of the appealing things to do.

    They say there was a Revolution? This town has witnessed interesting events in recent history. It was a major railway town en route between Johannesburg and Lorenco Marques (now Maputo). The former President of Mozambique, Samora Machel, died here in a tragic airplane crash in 1986. Today a stunning monument and museum outside the town commemorates his role as an African leader.

    Looking for the Wild Things? Komatipoort is one of the hottest towns in South Africa and has a favourable winter climate. Game viewing at this end of the Kruger Park is excellent all year round, but particularly between the winter months of June and October.

    An oasis of peace and trees, the town is small, quiet and safe, with a few local restaurants and excellent accommodation ranging from backpackers to luxury lodges and self-catering facilities.

    Komatipoort is conveniently situated 8km from the Crocodile Bridge Gate to Kruger National Park. Bordering Mozambique and 65km from the border of Swaziland, it’s a perfect base to explore these diverse worlds.

    Within an hour’s drive you can...

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