A natural paradise of biodiversity
Attracted by rich natural vegetation and year round water, birds and small mammels. Within the 600 ha nature reserve, a network of trails wind through the forests, crossing meandering waterways and finally culminating on the lip of 80m high Phophonyane Falls. Exposed at this point are some of the world's oldest rocks dated at 3.55 billion years.
Further enticing characteristics are secluded viewing decks, refreshing natural rock pools and a spectacular swimming pool perched at the top of the Phophonyane Falls with views to the distant horizon.
Situated in the north-west of Swaziland, the eco-lodge is both a destination and a convenient stop-over for travellers on the popular route between the Greater Kruger National Park and the wonders of Northern Zululand, such as St. Lucia, Kosi Bay and Hluhluwe. It is also the perfect spot over between Gauteng and Maputo, Mozambique. With easy access to multiple borders.