Simbavati Homestead

Located in the heart of the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve in South Africa's Greater Kruger lies Simbavati Homestead, an intimate self-catered lodge offering an exclusive safari experience. Homestead was created with friends and families in mind, with a swimming pool, small boma, covered patio, open plan lounge and dining area - there is plenty of space for everyone to gather and hang out.

The Klaserie is home to a magnificent wildlife population including the Big Five and plentiful plains game. Guests have ample opportunity for wildlife viewing, with twice-daily game drives and from the comfort of the lodge overlooking the waterhole.

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  • Homestead

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    Homestead is the perfect home away from home safari experience. There are five en-suite bedrooms, each designed in a contemporary yet comfortable style. Some be…


    from R 26500 / Per accommodation per night



How to get there


    Hoedspruit Airport

    The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, Northumberland Farm, 1380, South Africa

    1 hrs

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    Check in at Simbavati Homestead

    14:30 on day of arrival

  • check out

    Check out at Simbavati Homestead

    11:00 on day of departure

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  • Slice of paradise!

    The house was beautiful and spacious. It really was a slice of paradise in the bush. Our game drives were wonderful and our private view and waterhole offered some incredible sightings while we played in the pool, including elephant, giraffe, hyenas, waterbuck etc. review


Simbavati Homestead impact highlights

Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is deeply involved in the full spectrum of nature conservation and it is their philosophy to keep the Reserve as near a pristine environment as possible by centering their efforts on minimising the human footprint. Home to over 60,000 hectares of wilderness they are not only committed to preserving the reserve but also to a number of wildlife initiatives, including the Ground Hornbill Project, Rhino Protection and The Elephant Project.