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Accommodation in Mpumalanga

Machai lodge group is a collection of superior-deluxe town, city and country lodges located in strategic locations in Southern Africa.


Eastablished in 2005, this luxury portfolio has presence in South Africa’s most popular destinations, making it ideal when planning an itinerary for the discerning traveller.  Each of the properties has its own individual character, which makes the guest experience very personalized and unique.
A stay in one of our lodges offers the ultimate luxury and spellbinding service that is unsurpassed.
Machai name implies, African pride, and embodies the proud spirit of Africa, combined with a passion for service and commitment to excellence.

Lodge grading and classification
The tourism grading council of South Africa administers the star grading system  The majority of lodges have been graded and their star grading can be seen at the entrance of each lodge.

Machai lodges group membership affilitions
Proud members of:
Progressive Business Forum (PBF)
Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (LCBT) and
Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA)

Discover Africa with Machai Lodges Group

All the lodges in the group have been custom designed, built, and provides quality, affordable accommodation in Mpumalanga, ensuring the comfort and well-being of all guests.

Whether you choose the elegant first class sophisticated suite or the value for money family chalet, you can be assured of enjoying high quality accommodation and an outstanding value for money and warmth in home away from home.

Each of the lodges offers service and comfort one would expect, which have been carefully selected with the guest’s specific needs in mind.Get away from the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg hotels and night life. Experience true Africa!

To contact us or to make reservations for  superior accommodation in Mpumalanga at any of our lodges in Nelspruit, Hazyview or Tonga  - click here.

We are based 10km from the Kruger Park

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