A wide variety of catered and self catered accommodation ranging from ultimate luxury to a rustic bush camp, together with excellent cuisine and a history of renowned good service and satisfaction, makes Gwahumbe Game and Spa a superb location to breakaway and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the bushveld.
Gwahumbe Game and Spa has a diverse variety of activities available, including testing your driving skills on challenging 4 x 4 trails; bring along your mountain bike to navigate our 18km fully marked route which forms a part of the Mid-Illovo Husqvarna Classic Mountain bike race, teambuilding activities; enjoying game viewing drives in open Land Cruisers; hiking through the dramatic Gwahumbe Gorge; bird watching; enjoying a refreshing dip in the pool at the lodge or at the waterfall or just relaxing and taking in the breathtaking scenery. Spoil yourself at our well equipped Spa which includes steam room, hydro bath and a variety of touch and beauty therapies by our qualified therapists.
Located in a Malaria free environment and easily accessible from both Durban and Pietermaritzburg.
In Room Facilities:
Each room includes tea/coffee & home-baked rusks with complimentary sherry & standard guest amenities. complimentary tea/coffee and rusks available from our self service refreshment station throughout the day.
A variety of Antelope may be seen including, Nyala, Impala, Blesbok, Blue Wildebeest, Reedbuck, Kudu, Eland and the endangered Blue Duiker. White Rhino, Giraffe, Zebra, Caracal, Large Spotted Genet, Black Backed Jackal, Porcupine, Cape Clawless Otter, Thick-tailed Galago and Warthog are also found on the farm. Hippos were re-introduced into Malinga Hippo Pool in 2000, a first for the region.
Over 180 bird species have been recorded in this area. These range from forest species such as the Trumpeter Hornbill and colourful Narina Trogon, waterfowl, grassland little brown jobs, bushveld birds such as thrushes mouse birds and barbets, to a variety of raptors of which the Crowned Eagle is recorded to have bred in the valley for over twenty five years. Another endangered species that occurs here is the Ground Hornbill.