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Modern elegance, combined with warm hospitality, luxuriously appointed furnishings and five star game viewing is a perfect combination for that unforgettable African Safari, and you will find all this and more at Shishangeni Private Lodge. Situated in 15,000 hectares of pristine wilderness in the south-eastern section of the world renowned Kruger National Park, memories of your experience with linger long after you have left.
With the perennial Crocodile River as our Southern border, offering superb viewing of water bird, hippopotamus and large herds of buffalo and elephant right on your doorstep, the private concession area of Mpanamana stretches east up along the border of Mozambique.
Early morning and late afternoon game drives in open vehicles will give you every opportunity to find some of Africa’s most sought after animals, birds and reptiles, under the expert guidance of the fully trained rangers, returning to camp to enjoy traditional South African cuisine, beautifully prepared by a team of dedicated chefs. Your dining experience options include the traditional dinning areas, but there is something really special about eating under the star studded African night sky, around a blazing fire, or out on the deck, with the distant Lebombo mountains on the eastern horizon as the perfect backdrop.
Shishangeni Private Lodge's central facility consists of a spacious lounge, library, intimate bar, swimming pool, as well as an indoor and outdoor dining area, wine cellar and gymnasium. More attractions of this Kruger Park private lodge is its conference facilities for small groups.
22 luxury rooms sleeping 44 people. 2 Double rooms. 20 Twin rooms. Modern Africa Style.
All rooms have en-suite bathrooms with bath and outdoor shower Room equipped with hairdryer, tea & coffee station and bar fridge Fire place in the room Private patio overlooking the african bush
RATES INCLUDE: • Breakfast, lunch and dinner • 2 Game drives • Sundowner drinks RATES EXCLUDE: • Transfers • Park fees / Gate entrance fees • ZAR 62.00 per person / per night. • Meals other than specified, drinks, gratuities and items of a personal nature • Shishangeni Lodge / Keychain Hospitality takes no responsibility for the client’s passport validity, visas, travel permits, travel insurance, health certificates, inoculations and any other documentation required for the trip.
Children of all ages are welcome at Shishangeni main lodge but not at Shawu or Shonga. Children above the age of 16 will be allowed at Shonga and Shawu.Facilities and Activities at Shishangeni, all adding to your total relaxation, include lazing around the swimming pool, reading a book from the library, sipping on a cool, refreshing glass of wine, personally selected from our well stocked wine cellar. For the more energetic, some time spent in the fully equipped gymnasium may just be the stress reliever needed. Direct telephones, internet access, facsimile facilities and cell phone signal are all standard features at the lodge.
Wildlife Activities: Game Drives. Bush Walks. Bird Watching. Self drive in the Kruger National Park.
Conference: Corporate and business groups seeking the perfect conference venue need look no further than Shishangeni, with specific programmes designed around every need.
Children: The Lodge welcomes children of all ages but regrets that for safety reasons children under the age of 6 years will not be permitted on game drives. Shishangeni is now also offering a children program with a dedicated childrens ranger that offers kiddies game drives in the mornings and afternoons with an extra activity slot before and after lunch where children are kept busy and get educated on the surrounding bush creatures.
Check In – 14h00 | Check Out – 11h00Boma Dinner Experience Shishangeni is legendary when it comes to experiencing unforgettable African safaris that evoke mystery, wonder and above all else, adventure!. Enjoy early morning or late afternoon game drives in search of the 'Big 5' with an expert guide. Afterwards, return to camp to share your stories while you dine on traditional cuisine around a roaring boma fire under the stars of the African sky. Enjoy vivid storytelling by the local community including rituals that are still enacted today.