Lions Valley is one of the top 5-star game reserves in KZN. Situated in the Nambiti Private Game Reserve, this lodge exudes elegance and luxury, guaranteeing visitors the experience of a lifetime.
Nambiti Private Game Reserve is one of the few Private Game Reserves in KwaZulu-Natal to house all five of the “Big Five”. Situated on a spacious 22 000 acres of land just outside of Ladysmith, this game reserve provides the ideal setting to get to know these five iconic creatures.
For an unforgettable African experience, visit us at Lion’s Valley Lodge, a 5-star luxury lodge at the centre of the Nambiti Private Game Reserve in KZN. Nestled on the side of a picturesque valley, the whole lodge is constructed from locally sourced materials.
You don’t need to travel to the ends of the earth to experience a true African adventure. Only a few hours away from two major cities, Johannesburg and Durban, lies Nambiti Private Game Reserve. It is one of the country’s most beautiful and diverse private game reserves.
Experience South Africa like never before with Lions Valley Lodge. Situated in one of the most renowned KwaZulu-Natal Game Reserves, Lions Valley offers an unsurpassed wildlife adventure. Prepare to track cheetahs, stalk zebras and trail the “Big Five” as you experience the bush with us in a whole new way.
Situated in one of the most renowned KwaZulu-Natal Game Reserves, we, here at Lions Valley, offer an unsurpassed wildlife adventure. The expansive Nambiti Game Reserve is home to a plethora of different game species. The most notable of these are the Big Five.
Our guests are treated to both a morning and an afternoon game drive – each their own unique adventure. These drives are guided by one of our experienced game rangers who will not only keep you informed, but entertained. The reserve is home to an incredible diversity of wild life.
The reserve’s incredible biodiversity allows it to home over 183 identified bird species on the conservancy list. Those on the list that receive the most attention are the Fish Eagle, Red-Billed Oxpecker and Black Stork. The reserve’s many dams are also known to attract water-based birds.