About Amanzi Maningi
Amanzi Maningi is a guest farm surrounded by beautiful trees and lots of birdlife. We have three dams which contain fish. For a quiet and relaxing getaway, this is the ideal place to be. We are also part of the R38 Wine Route.
Amanzi Maningi when translated means 'place of much water' and gets its name from the many streams and dams in the area. Situated in the honeybird area in Mpumalanga, just a short drive away from the bustle of Gauteng, Amanzi Maningi offers farm accommodation and is surrounded by beautiful fruit trees and dams. This makes for a tranquil setting, ideal for that dream getaway.
Stay over in one of our single or double rooms and after a hearty breakfast, explore the Kruger National Park during the day, or visit any of the nearby sights which include Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Jane Goodall Institute's Chimpanzee Eden, Mac Mac Pools, Pilgrims Rest, Sudwala Caves, Dinosaur Park, Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window, Lowveld Botanical Gardens, historical mines and Graskop. You could also simply take a leisurely drive and just enjoy the tranquility of the Lowveld. Alternatively, just sit next to one of our dams and fish whilst enjoying a splendid picnic basket. There is an abundance of waterfalls and hiking trails in the area for the more adventurous to explore, should you prefer.
We also offer self-catering accommodation, which can sleep two adults and two children. Breakfast is available on request.
After an eventful day, why not have dinner at Amanzi Maningi? We offer traditional South African fare including a braai with steak, real boerewors, pap and gravy or potjiekos with salad and homemade pot bread.
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