Nice little town. Certain parts of Komatipoort are nice. Maybe a little clean up would do the town some good.
02 April 2013
Komatipoort is an important border town with Mozambique. It is well situated for the Border Post about 5 km east of the town. The town lies among large sugarcane farms and amidst subtropical orchards.
19 September 2012
Our experience at Komatipoort was awesome,to hear the hippo’s from our room was one big thrill, and next time I will plan to arrive at my sleepover-place earlier to explore the place in daylight. You helped making this a once-in-a-lifetime experience for us.
11 September 2012
A quiet little town near the border and Kruger Park, friendly people.
26 August 2012
Nice area and good people. very near de Kruger park that we loved. it was a big day, we will repeat it.
21 August 2012
hi,my family and I got an accomodation last year via safarinow in komatiport when we were planning to go to mozamique and we found the kruger neighbourhood (komatipoort)unbelievably as a part of pradise,we realy enjoyed there,thanx god
20 August 2012
An absolute must for those wishing to truly get away from it all and experience the beauty of Africa. Interacting with Nature, Rest and Relaxation and warm friendly residents are what you can expect.
20 August 2012
Komatipoort is a nice place to visit, it is stress relieving
20 August 2012
Komatipoort, found in the province of Mpumalanga, The Place Where The Sun Rises, the eastern lowveld region of South Africa, affords you some of the most spectacular scenery and vistas of Africa to be found.
The Komatipoort area has two major rivers, the Crocodile and Komati Rivers, meandering through, with a large variety of aquatic wildlife. These rivers offer fantastic sporting opportunities in the form of Tiger fishing. The area also offers activities such as hot air ballooning, micro-light flying, elephant back safaris and horse riding.
Not far from the Komatipoort area is the world famous Kruger Park, a kingdom for animals, bigger than some countries, is a haven for a wide variety of wildlife. Enjoy the privilege of interacting with fauna and flora big and small. A short drive will bring you to the Blyde River Canyon, with attractions such as Godâ€™s Window, Bourkeâ€™s Luck Potholes and Three Rondawels.
Komatipoort is an ideal starting and finishing point for your African adventure, where Natureâ€™s secrets lie within reach. We are a stones throw from Swaziland, a land filled with friendly faces and colourful people, and alive with culture and crafts, is a hospitable nation where all are made welcome. And Mozambique, the coastal gem of Africa, bearing scars of war, yet the beauty remains and shines through all. Vibrant and diverse, a definite must for visitors. We are an excellent place for travellers to meet up and team up to continue their journey. Come and join us!
18 July 2012
We have just been to Ngwenya Lodge which is very close to Komatipoort. We had a great time, as it is very close to the Crocodile Bridge gate of the Kruger National Park. On our visits to the park via the road to Lower Sabi and up to Skukuza we saw the big 5 twice in a matter of 5 days. We also saw numerous other species game and birds. Komatipoort also has a very nice Spar for all the shopping needs. It also has a great 9 hole golf course on the banks of the Crcodile River if one gets tired of game viewing. Ther are also some nice restaurants where one can enjoy seafood from nearby Mozambique. Day trips can also be arranged to Mozambique or Swaziland. This is a great place for a short getaway - only 5 hours drive from Johannesburg.
18 July 2012
Komatipoort is a small town. At night the restaurants were all closed so we were unable to experience the town at night over the Easter Weekend.
10 April 2012
Small town, with not much activities happening none other than the Kruger Crocodile Bridge Gate, to up north of lower sabie, the kruger self drive is great.
04 January 2012
Martyn And Sue steele
Komatipoort is just 8 km from the game-rich Crocodiile Bridge Gate into the Kruger Park and on the borders of Swaziland and Mozambique. Golf, fishing, microlight flights, quad biking and elephant back safaris are all available locally. The town is quiet and tree lined with a small shopping centre and a couple of decent restaurants. The accommodation is varied, including backpackers, budget and mid-market. There are hundreds of reasons to spend a few days in Komatipoort!
19 November 2011
Offers easy access to Kruger National Park, Mozambique and Northern Swaziland.
11 August 2011