Kilima Private Game Reserve and Spa, found in close proximity to the popular bushveld town of Hoedspruit – is situated along the Mulati Riverbed and offers 5-star service. Personal attention from management and staff is one of the many elements that make this bush lodge unique and distinguished and ensures that all guests feel at home while away from home. Our newly revamped rooms boasts a combination of luxury and comfort.
Kilima Private Game Reserve and Spa offers air-conditioned thatched en-suite rooms, all of which are footsteps away from a sparkling communal swimming pool, lapa and bar facilities. This bush lodge also boasts an authentic African communal sitting room, equipped with a well-stocked video and book library and a fireplace for those rare chilly nights.
No African bushveld lodge is complete without a boma for open-aired evening socialising and game viewing – and Kilima Private Game Reserve and Spa does not disappoint in this regard. Its boma is a firm favourite among guests as we offer superb cuisine which introduces visitors to authentic and mouth-watering African flavours such as Pan African dishes made from fresh local ingredients and fine dining dishes featuring venison like kudu and impala. Our highly competent hotelier and chef, Billy McKechnie’s meals are made with passion and presented with pride.
For a true African safari adventure, where one can truly appreciate the African bushveld and all its wonders, there is absolutely no better than Mulati Safari Camp.
This authentic African safari camp, situated in South Africa’s Limpopo Province and in close proximity to the internationally renowned Kruger National Park, is built on the grassy banks of a rhino and buffalo waterhole fed by the Mulati river and shades itself under magnificent Jackalberry, Leadwood, Marula and other master trees. The camp is situated on the 2200 hectare Cottondale Game Farm, at the foot of the majestical Murchison mountain range near Hoedspruit, and boasts a diverse biosphere - from mountainous terrain to low laying floodplains.
Apart from the picturesque scenery, Mulati Safari Camp offers all the other splendours African bush lovers pursue and thrive in including overnight safari hikes, early morning and evening game drives and breath-taking stargazing and socializing under a starlit sky.
In addition to guided game vehicle and walking safaris, where an abundance of African wildlife – such as rhino, giraffe, zebra, sable, buffalo, livingstone eland, kudu and nyala – can be appreciated, this safari camp forms part of the Limpopo Birding Route and is reputable among avid bird watchers and photographers as well as archaeologists who are enthralled with the camp’s extraordinary ruins sites.