Komatipoort - Mpumalangawww.ngwenya.co.za
Ngwenya is fondly known by guests as the "Jewel at the Kruger" and is renowned and cherished for its special home-away-from-home Units, friendly staff and of course the fantastic Resort facilities.
The Lodge is all about listening to the stridulating of beetles, the howls of jackals, the songs of birds and the laughter of the family.
Ngwenya Lodge, fondly known as the "Jewel of the Kruger", is situated on the banks of the Crocodile River on the Southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. With three game-viewing hides overlooking the river and the Kruger National Park, Ngwenya is a haven for any lover of wildlife; and more than 300 species of birds have been recorded in this birders' paradise. The Lodge boasts no less than five swimming pools, tennis courts, Le Fera Restaurant and Bar, to name just some of the many facilities and activities on offer. Ngwenya is one of a kind and for this reason holidaymakers lose their hearts here. From the absolutely stunning nature surrounding Ngwenya – the Big Five to the Little Five, the majestic trees and thorny bushes; the undeniably amazing view of the Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park … to the amazing Lodge facilities. From the home-away-from-home experience visitors have when they stay at Ngwenya, to the top quality holiday they enjoy.
Ngwenya Lodge holds RCI Gold Crown status and has been announced as the RCI Resort of the Year at the 2020 Oscas Awards in the Top Gold Crown Resort - Large category. Ngwenya was also announced as the winner in the Top Check-in and Check-out - Large category; Top Housekeeping - Large category and was also declared the winner in the highly sort-after Superior Service in Hospitality category. In addition, Ngwenya Lodge came in 3rd place in the Top Unit Maintenance and the Top Resort Maintenance categories. This outstanding result speaks to the amazing calibre and dedication of the Ngwenya Lodge Team and they absolutely deserve these incredible accolades.
"Exactly 2 weeks till we there. Leaving is the hardest thing! Very, very sad! Then start dreaming about the next trip!" - Sue Rawstorne