The Baker Suite epitomises romance with its delicate cream fabrics and elaborate four-poster antique bed, to represent the unique relationship between Samuel and Florence Baker.
The most widely known African explorer. A regal twin or double luxury explorer suite reminisces of the famous David Livingstone’s notorious adventures into deepest Africa.
The decor in the Burton suite gives one a feel of the East with the deep red colours of the bedspreads, the elephant lamps, and Persian carpets. The hand-carved bed and baskets are all reminiscent of Burton's link with the East & his eccentric character.
The Kingsley Suite is understated with tones of blue and simple pieces of furniture. Subtle reminders of Mary Kingsley’s fish discoveries are displayed in the form of carvings, paintings, and ornaments.
Henry Morton Stanley was the man famed for a discovery of a different kind, by finding the then-ailing and lost David Livingstone. The Stanley Suite is a beautifully appointed double suite with a large sleigh bed.
John Hanning Speke was a true gentleman, also in search of the elusive source of the Nile River – every explorer’s ‘holy grail’ quest. The Speke suite is a spacious luxury suite with a large four-poster bed.
Named after the Scotsman, James Augustus Grant, the Grant Suite is a spacious villa home, accommodating up to four people in two luxury suites. Each suite boasts its own lavish bathroom, with views of the African wilderness.
Baines Presidential Suite is a perfect Safari home for families or two couples. Fully inclusive, Presidential guests can expect to be fully catered for, receive their own private game viewing vehicle, and have their own butler and chef on hand.
Sharing an unfenced boundary with the renowned Kruger National Park, the pristine private Manyeleti Nature Reserve is home to the luxurious Tintswalo Safari Lodge and Tintswalo Manor House.