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Mpumalanga

You are only moments away

WWhere do you find your peace?

Is it in a quiet place where the only noise is the call of birds in the trees while the autumn breeze blows the leaves in murmuring cadence? Is it nestled in the sight of nature’s scenic art gallery? Perhaps you find it in the somnolent sound of rural living or in the presence of wildlife that involuntarily restores you to equanimity.

Whatever the case, there’s no doubt that one of the pathways to peace is through nature. And thankfully, finding it is far easier that you could ever imagine.

Located in the shadows of the Malelane Mountain range and 45km from the Kruger National Park is a peaceful retreat in Mpumalanga that has come to be known as the aha Bongani Mountain Lodge.

Photo: © Heribert Bechen
Did You Know?
TThe farming town of Malelane got its name from either the Swazi word, ‘emlalani’ which means ‘place of the lala palms’, or was named after a Swazi tribe which meant ‘guardians’ - of the ford in the Crocodile River. The spelling of ‘Malalane’ is also sometimes used.

BBoasting gentle and unspoiled landscapes, this game reserve welcomes discerning guests to a place of unparalleled peace and tranquility.

Each chalet in this luxurious accommodation establishment is designed to not only capture the spirit of Africa, but to also bring the beauty of the outdoors into its interiors with warm terracotta tones and a subtle blend of timber and thatch. In addition, it features private decks with spellbinding wraparound views and every modern comfort, ideal for families, groups or individual travellers.

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