This area has a subtropical climate which lends to warm rainy summers and a dry cooler winter.
The rainy season is predominantly from October through to March during which time the temperature averages a mid day heat of 30°C.
The dry winter has temperate days with nights cooling quickly to around 5°C.
BY AIR: Charters direct to Tintswalo's own landing strip. Daily flights from Johannesburg International to Eastgate. Scheduled flights to Manyeleti Reserve. AIRSTRIP DETAILS: Length: 1000 meters, Surface: Sand/gravel.

Hotel Features
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Child Friendly
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool
  • Room Features
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryer
  • Housekeeping
  • International Plug Points/Adaptors
  • Mini Bar
  • Private Bathroom
  • Wake-up Calls
  • Baker Suite - This suite has a romantic feel. Kingsley Suite - A twin or double suite. Livingston Suite - A twin or double traveller suite. Burton Suite - A richly decorated twin or double suite. Speke Suite - A spacious suite. Stanley Suite - Beautifully appointed double suite. Baines Suite - This suite is the Presidential and accommodates four guests. The Manor house is situated within the Tintswalo Concession.

    Cancellation policy

    All cancellations will be subject to the following policy:

    46-90 days prior to arrival - 20% (non refundable deposit)

    31-45 days prior to arrival - 50% of total value of reservation

    15 - 30 days prior to arrival - 75% of total value of reservation

    14 or fewer days prior to arrival - 100% of total value of reservation

     

    Meal bookings

    No shows        R 100 per person no show charge will be invoiced and  charged to your credit card/company

    Requests to reduce the duration of all reservations, ie. whether for accommodation, conferencing or other services, will be considered on an individual basis.

    Tintswalo Safari Lodge is located in the Mpumulanga Province of South Africa on the private Manyeleti Reserve concession - a lush, exclusive lodge nestled between the Timbavati Private Reserve to the north, Sabi Sand Reserve to the south, and open to the Greater

    Kruger National Park on its fenceless eastern boundary. Resting amidst an ancient sycamore tree grove that overlooks a waterhole frequented by large herds of elephant and other big game, Safari Lodge is a pristine wilderness reserve abounding in big game and spectacular bird life.