About KrugerRiverVillas - Mtombo
Mtombo Self-catering Unit, of the Kruger River Villas group, offers classic comfort on the border of and with a horizon view of the Kruger National Park.
Mtombo Self-catering Unit has a private bush setting and as it is situated in a game park, guests will be able to hand feed zebra and other wildlife possibly and hear lions, hyenas, fish eagles or hippos from the Kruger. The unit consists of three beautifully appointed double en-suite bedrooms, a kitchen, a lounge area, an outdoor dining veranda as well as a boma braai area. Guests can also cool down in the splash pool.
Take a walk to the river and watch elephants and maybe even rhinos or take a 15 minute drive to visit the one and only Kruger National Park. For the golfers, Leopard Creek is half an hour away and if you are keen on seafood a-la-Portuguese, pop over the border to Mozambique, just an hour away, for a fish feast extravaganza.
Want to see a little African tribal dancing and experience Swazi tradition? Head south for an hour and visit the Kingdom of Swaziland. The local shops within the town have everything you would need or should you feel like just relaxing, stay at home and relax and enjoy the tranquillity.
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