MalaMala, one of South Africa’s most iconic “Big 5” Private Game Reserves is currently undergoing an incredible “re-imagination” of both MalaMala Main Camp and adjoining Sable Camp. The new interiors beautifully blend old and new, classic and contemporary – whilst preserving the soul and heritage and authentic African character of the camp.
The extensive refurbishment started at Sable Camp in October 2017 with its brand new central facility area and 5 Sable suites completed just before Christmas. One of the major changes has been merging the two separate “his and hers” bathrooms into one larger bathroom with real “wow factor” – including a separate toilet, two vanities, a shower and bath.
Another 16 rooms at Main Camp are due to be completed by the end of June 2018.
There has been minimal disruption to the guests experience and all work has been discreetly hidden from sight and takes place while guests are out enjoying their game activities.
MalaMala remains #AllAboutTheWildlife – but they are bringing their camps right up to date with a rejuvenated injection of luxury and imagination!
There is a great video of some of the changes so far. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhXXGIcQyek&feature=youtu.be
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MalaMala has always been known for leading by example. They were the first private game reserve to completely ban hunting and focus solely on luxury photographic safaris, providing a blueprint for others to follow. MalaMala today is still one of the largest private “Big 5” game reserves in South Africa comprising 33,000 acres of pristine wildlife property. The land is now owned by the local N’Wandlahmari Community with the operating company, MalaMala Game Reserve Pty Ltd (a partnership between the community and the former management team) leasing this world-renowned game viewing property and running the camps thereon.
MalaMala has the perfect location, wedged between the famous Kruger National Park to the east and the Sabi Sand Wildtuin to the west. MalaMala shares a 12-mile unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park allowing for the natural movement of game over this enormous tract of land. The life-giving Sand River runs the length of the reserve attracting vast numbers of wildlife and guaranteeing unrivalled game viewing They also have no access roads to the east of the river and there is no shared traversing on 2/3rds of the property allowing for an exclusive game viewing experience.
There are so many reasons why MalaMala is so epic in terms of safaris, and for the animals that call it home – which can be seen on their website.
MalaMala – #itsallaboutthewildlife