Came as Guests, Left as Friends!
We just returned from a wonderful 4-night stay at Muweti. My husband and I visited a different reserve abutting Kruger a year ago and loved it so much that we brought our two adult daughters along this year to expereince the beauty of the bush for themselves. Visiting this area two years in a row gave us a unique perspective on a lot of things but particularly on how special the experience of staying at a small lodge is. If you don’t have time to read this full review, I’ll just say that a stay at Muweti will be one of the best travel decisions you make.
A lot of people book a game lodge with one thing in mind, animals. But game drives are just one part of the overall Muweti experience that includes sharing incredibily well-prepared meals with people from other parts of the world, enjoying a glass of wine sitting around the fire, falling asleep to the sound of Jackals calling to eachother, and witnessing the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets in the world. Having said that, our amazing guides, Hardus, Lynette and Mike took us on the most exhilerating drives and taught us so much about cultural tradtions, the vegitation, the environment, impacts of human/animal conflict, honestly, we learned as much in 4 days as we would in an entire semester of a university class. And yes, we saw so many animals, too many to list but lions, leopard, and elephants were among them!
I think it’s worth noting as well that the beauty of Muweti lies in its se