• viewing giraffe on a guided bush walk at Ngama Tented Safari Lodge
  • Viewing lions on a game drive in the Greater Kruger National Park


Discover a world of thrilling adventure in a place surrounded by nature and blessed with year-round sunshine. Whether you’re a wildlife enthusiast, adrenaline junkie or simply love being in nature, there is something for everyone.

Massage Treatments

Combine the soothing sounds of nature with the therapeutic benefits of a massage, the perfect recipe to allow you to relax and unwind. The treatments take place in our secluded massage tent where you will enjoy a peaceful, calm and rejuvenating experience.

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Bush Walks

Ngama’s knowledgeable guides are at hand to help you explore the natural wonders and discover the abundance of wildlife in Guernsey Private Nature Reserve. Early morning bush walks are the perfect way to take in all the fascinating small things, wonderful variety of birdlife or spot some animals.

Game Drives in Big Five Reserve

Game drives in a Big Five Reserve can be arranged for the early morning or late afternoon. A safari in this pristine wilderness is always a surprisingly unique experience where anything can happen. The open game drive vehicle lets you immerse yourself completely into the sights and sounds of this beautiful reserve. Track the Big 5; enjoy the different behavioural interactions between Africa’s most prized game.

Kruger National Park Full Day Tour

Wake up early and join a guided tour into the internationally renowned Kruger National Park. Enjoy a full day exploring a reserve that boasts the most diverse game viewing experience in Africa. *Self-drive trips into Kruger National Park are also possible

Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre

Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre is recognized as a pioneer in the conservation of rare, vulnerable and endangered animals. The Centre is home to cheetah, wild dogs, black footed cats, African wild cats, ground hornbills, sable antelope and many other species in need of care or rehabilitation.

Panorama Route

The Panorama Route along the Blyde River Canyon and the Drakensberg escarpment is arguably one of the most beautiful destinations in South Africa. Here, in the north eastern part of the Great Escarpment, the inland plateau declines abruptly and opens up to breathtaking views of the plains of the Lowveld. The most spectacular stretch is the Blyde River Canyon, which is the 3rd largest canyon of its kind in the world. Experience the wonder of God’s Window, with views of the Lowveld that go on forever and the spectacular rock formations that were shaped eons ago by erosion at Bourke’s Luck Potholes.

Blyde Dam Boat Trip

Take a boat trip on the Blyde Dam where you can enjoy the splendour of the Blyde River Canyon. An interpretation tour by a qualified guide takes you to the very rare Kadishi Tufa Waterfall and the 3 Rondawels. Hippo’s, crocodiles and an abundance of birdlife, including African Fish Eagle, are among the wildlife to be seen.

Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre

Home to many of South Africa’s abandoned injured and poisoned wildlife and highly regarded as a major contributor to wildlife education in our country. Situated in the shadow of the majestic ‘Mariepskop’ this unique Rehabilitation Centre is home to many animals and birds. Including a naughty Honey Badger called Stoffel, crowned eagle, leopard, cheetah and many more.

Hot Air Ballooning

Experience the magic of this lighter than air flight over an area of nature reserves, farmlands and riverine vegetation. With the Drakensberg escarpment as the background, beautiful views and vistas can be seen in every direction. Enjoy a safe and informative adventure that will be one of the highlights of your visits.

Khamai Reptile Centre

Khamai Reptile Park is home to some of South Africa’s deadliest snakes. Experienced guides will show you these fascinating creatures, including Black & Green Mambas, Boomslang, Mozambiquan Spitting Cobras, Puff Adders and Vine Snakes. There is also an amazing display of reptiles and amphibians from the rest of the world, including Nile Crocodiles and Water Lizards.