Tomjachu Bush Retreat, Crocodile Valley Nature Conservancy, Mpumalanga, South Africa
- Located 15 Km from Nelspruit
- Kruger National Park guided safari game drives
- Enjoy hiking, birding, fishing, game drives, picnics and more
- Variety of accommodation options to choose from
Set in a private estate of over 1300 acres of fenced bushveld, Tomjachu is rich in space and privacy. The nature estate is known for its extreme beauty and unbelievable views of the surrounding valley and the Bekker Mountains.
Guests are accommodated in a choice of intimate cottages that cater to different groups of travellers. The self-catering chalets are ideal for those who prefer to dine on their own but the lodge also offers dining options at the Homestead.
With an abundance of wildlife, bird species and river residents, Tomjachu is any nature lover's dream. Get close to these creatures in their natural environment by enjoying one of the many activities on offer at the lodge. Discover the magical spots that are stationed around the estate - like the Matumi Picnic Spot, Gordon's Pools and The Lapa.
Dine at a choice of indoor and outdoor venues like The Homestead kitchen, or on the banks of the river. The Lapa Bush Braai offers al fresco dining under the stars. Lounge in a shared TV room or communicate with your friends and family back home using the free WiFi service.
Full and Half Day Kruger SafariEnjoy an optional extra full or half day Kruger National Park safari searching for African wildlife. The Kruger Park is home to over 500 bird species and over 140 mammal species. Explore the African bush during an open vehicle safari while keeping an eye out for Lion, Zebra, Elephant and Buffalo.The full day safari in Kruger National Park is both informative and educational. This is surely a unique Kruger Park experience. In the afternoon a stop is made at a lookout point, which allows everyone to stretch their legs and to enjoy the magnificent views. You will be able to purchase lunch from one of the shops.
Your guides will try their utmost to find wildlife and they are in constant radio contact with other vehicles to ensure that you don't miss the best sightings while on your Kruger Park safari.