About Royal Malewane
Royal Malewane is one of Africa’s most luxurious wildlife lodges, renowned for its Big 5 game viewing.
Set amongst indigenous acacia trees, the six Luxury Suites are linked by wooden walkways to the lodge. Each suite has its own wooden deck, rim-flow pool and thatched gazebo. The Royal and Malewane Suites accommodate four guests each with the complimentary services of a butler, private chef and up to four complimentary massages per suite per day. The Royal Malewane Bush Spa is perfect for guests seeking relaxation or rejuvenation.
Luxury meets the wild in the heart of Africa’s finest bushveld where Royal Malewane's expert guides and trackers ensure intimate game experiences and close sightings of the Big 5. Sumptuous dining is a signatory feature as the lodge is the first to boast a Chaîne des Rôtisseurs Blazon for cuisine.
Safari: Guests will delight in Big 5 game viewing.
Spa: Enjoy luxurious body treatments and hydrotherapy by internationally qualified therapists.
We do not accept children under 10 years of age in the lodge unless the lodge is booked on an exclusive basis or guests have booked the Royal or Malewane Suite. Please note that the lodge can be booked as a whole. Enquire about this when making a booking.
Royal Malewane Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Thornybush Game Reserve
(8.3 km from Thornybush Game Reserve)
Last chance to see? Hopefully not but don't miss seeing some of the rarest of Africa’s breeding wildlife at an amazing centre in the Limpopo. Situated on over 100 hectares within the Kapama Private Game Reserve, the Hoedspruit Endangered Species...
(23.3 km from Thornybush Game Reserve)
A visit to the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a moving and worthwhile experience It's also a convenient day excursion if you’re visiting the Orpen Gate side of Kruger National Park, Blyde River Canyon, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Pilgrim's...
(10.5 km from Thornybush Game Reserve)
Pop in to see an enterprising group of Shangaan and Mapulaneng Sotho women at work in their rural studio near the village of Acornhoek. Each item they make is an original work of art – entirely hand-made and exclusive. Rugs, tapestries, bags, and...
(14.7 km from Thornybush Game Reserve)
Experience the thrill of riding elephants. The tour is provided at the Kapama Private Game Reserve and lasts for about an hour. Learn how to get onto the back of an elephant. These gracious animals tend to grab a grassy snack along the way. You...