Riverine ecozones such as that at Ngwenya, are not only home to the ever-elusive leopard but also a major point of convergence for herbivores and carnivores seeking life-giving water and sustenance. The Crocodile Bridge section of the Kruger National Park supports very nutritious grasslands that sustain large herds of grazers which in turn are the food source for predators such as lion, leopard, hyena, cheetah and wild dog.
Holiday ExperienceSuperior Game Viewing
Ngwenya River LodgesNearby facilities and activities
Guests staying at Ngwenya River Lodges can enjoy a world class holiday experience by making use of the wide range of facilities (restaurant, swimming pools, tennis courts, mini-golf, beauty salon and convenience store) available at Ngwenya Lodge. The resort’s established tranquil gardens are ideal for leisurely strolls, jogging, relaxed birding and tree spotting. Numerous game viewing hides are located along the riverfront. Crocodile Bridge Gate into the Kruger, Kambaku Golf Course and the shops and restaurants of Komatipoort are less than a 15 minute drive away. Day excursions into Mozambique, tiger fishing, Kruger Park walking safaris and night drives, elephant back rides, quad biking and microlight flights can all be arranged via the activity desk in reception.