Deep within the Timbavati Nature Reserve lies Motswari Private Game Reserve. As part of the Greater Kruger National Park Conservancy and traversing close on 150 square kilometres of pristine habitat, Motswari offers visitors the best of Africa; wide horizons, untamed wilderness and plentiful game in its natural habitat.
Motswari prides itself on its sumptuous, home-style cuisine; luxurious thatched accommodation and friendly attentive service, where guests are assured of a truly unique experience. The camp offers 15 luxury bungalows accommodating a total of 30 guests. All rooms are air-conditioned, have en-suite bathrooms and mosquito proofing ensuring maximum comfort during your stay.
Lodge facilities include a traditional, open-air boma; a lounge and bar over-looking a beautiful dam; an art gallery exhibiting original wildlife art, and a refreshing swimming pool. The suites also offer a mini-bar and outdoor showers where guests can get that much closer to nature. Magnificent bush and river views from the bedrooms.
Motswari Game Reserve shares an open 20-kilometre boundary with the world-renowned Kruger National Park resulting in a constant flow of game through the reserve. Our rangers and trackers are all passionate wildlife enthusiasts, who thrive on bringing the bush to life for their guests. Our guides are also keen wildlife photographers and will ensure that you get the best photographic opportunities.
Motswari (meaning "To conserve and protect") prides itself on offering guests a unique and genuine bush experience. We believe that the bush is a humble place where one should have a chance to unwind from modern stresses and rejuvenate the soul. As such, an informal atmosphere prevails. where news headlines are replaced by sighting comparisons and rush hour by miles of open veld.
Of course, the key attraction at Motswari is its wildlife. Our qualified rangers accompanied by skilled Shangaan trackers will do their utmost to ensure that you get the best possible sighting. The area is renowned for its frequent sightings of the Big Five and has healthy populations of all other species found in the region. Game-drives are conducted in the early morning and late afternoon, when the animals are most active and the scenery at its most spectacular. Optional excursions such as guided bush walks and bush banqueting are also available.