The Homestead - New Exciting Luxury Safari Lodge Opening in 2023!
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Stationed in the Nambiti Private Game Reserve, The Homestead comprises 12 eco-chic suites and a collection of upcycled electric vehicles for near-silent game drives.


KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (15 December 2022) – The Homestead is an ultra-luxury eco-lodge on the Nambiti Private Game Reserve, opening its doors in 2023.

Steeped in history and housed in a nineteenth-century building revived with modern style, this new safari lodge is carved from local ironstone, embedding The Homestead into the natural environment.

The Homestead will get you closer to the big five while driving on the silent electric 4x4s, with the chance to spot over 50 protected mammal species and over 300 bird species.

Whether you’re a family on an adventure, a couple celebrating an exceptional milestone or a business traveller seeking serenity and inspiration, choose from one of their spacious, impeccable guest suites. Each has spectacular views, private decks, butler service and WiFi – all have their own elegant designs and magical touches. The Homestead mixes sustainable practices with wonderfully attentive service. There is nowhere on earth quite like it as a haven of tranquillity, discovery and reflection.

Everything the lodge is doing is rooted in its commitment to conservation. The beautiful safari lodge was created with minimal disruption to the surrounding environment.

This structure connects to a beautiful, natural escarpment and a watering hole at the other end. Every roof is planted using the same grass that covers the nearby grasslands to add another layer of natural harmony to its design.

“And perhaps most importantly, everything we are doing fully aligns with our commitment to conservation. We have carefully managed the construction of The Homestead to ensure that the sensitive ecosystem is disrupted as little as possible and that we exceed the requirements of the law. Toxic materials are never used and construction waste is disposed of without any damaging impact to the earth.”

Visit their website for more information or check out some incredible photos below:

Sources: The Homestead 
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