A Luxury Private Safari Villa: Royal Malewane’s Africa House
Hot off the press from a luxury private safari villa: Royal Malewane’s Africa House
In the heart of Kruger National Park, sits a private safari villa called Africa House. Part of the Royal Portfolio, this villa brings together the intimate romance of South Africa in one of the most luxurious accommodations in the bush. A world away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy areas, you can spot wildlife right outside your bedroom window. The experience at Royal Malewane’s Luxury Safari Lodge is unrivaled and a look into this private safari villa will reveal the magic that lives here.
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The massive double doors at the entrance of this private safari villa will dazzle you. An outdoor courtyard and trickling fountain await your arrival. Once inside, radiant sunlight reflects off of the dramatic flooring, revealing intricate Persian rugs and bright hues. Spacious dining and living areas are peppered with colorful and exotic furnishings. Astounding details can be seen at every turn – such as the diverse collection of paintings and vivid decor. The Africa House is not just a safari villa rental, it’s an exciting space you’ll want to call home.
The outside living areas provide the perfect spots to watch for passing wildlife. Take a dip in the massive private infinity pool and melt away stress while you witness wandering rhinos or leopards in the distance. At the Africa House, the wildness of the bush is always within arm’s reach.
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Dream blissfully in your private safari villa.
With six en-suite bedrooms, the Africa House is perfect for a family safari vacation or trip with your closest friends. Each suite contains a private outside shower, deck, and dream bathtub. Take a lavish bubble bath and peer out the window overlooking the rugged landscape. The beautifully carved four post beds from Mombasa and elegant drapery are fit for royalty. Only the excitement of spotting the big five will entice you to leave the heavenly comfort of this villa.
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To experience next level luxury, guests at the safari villa can enjoy a multitude of private services. With the villa’s own private chef and housekeeping team, everyone will experience true relaxation and freedom from mundane tasks. Also included, is a dedicated game ranger, tracker and private safari vehicle. Be ready to meet South Africa’s greatest with a safari adventure at sunrise, sunset, or any hour in between. Explore all day, knowing the plush setting of the Africa House will be waiting.
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The staff at Royal Malewane’s Lodge are as exceptional as the Africa House itself. Greeted upon arrival, you will feel as if you are part of the family immediately. The Africa House is a hidden gem of Kruger National Park, that’ll spoil all its guests at every waking moment. In conclusion, the experience at Royal Malewane’s “Africa House” safari villa is nothing short of incredible.
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I was hosted as a guest of Roar Africa and Royal Malewane, but the opinions expressed in this article are, as always, my own.