Located in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve in South Africa's Greater Kruger, Simbavati Waterside is an intimate and sophisticated lodge built overlooking a dam that draws countless animals to quench their thirst. The lodge has been designed to blend in with the surrounding wilderness and is the perfect place for guests to disconnect and reconnect! Waterside offers ample privacy for couples, as well as plenty of space for families and friends including a swimming pool, boma, wine cellar, lounge, bar, spa and gym. Guests are accommodated in eight luxury suites, four of which are family suites with interleading bedrooms.
With over 40 mammal species in the Greater Kruger and as many as 360 bird species, the game viewing experience in Klaserie Private Game Reserve is outstanding.
Activities at Simbavati Waterside
Game Drivesmore info
Boma & Campfire Diningmore info
Accommodation options at Simbavati Waterside
Waterside SuitegroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage8
There are eight Waterside Suites; six water facing suites of which four are family suites (with interleading bedrooms) and two bush facing luxury suites with a …
from R 10375 / Per person per night sharing
R4500 RESIDENT RATEenquire
How to get there
Argyle Road, Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, 1380, South Africa
Check in at Simbavati Waterside
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Simbavati Waterside
11:00 on day of departure
Thoughtful luxury in the bush
Fantastic location. Incredible view over dam, game viewing right from your bed. You can hear them drink water. Most gorgeous design, super clean and comfortable. No loadshedding here! Wonderful game drives. Delicious abundant food! Exceptional and personal service from every staff member.
Simbavati Waterside 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.