Kruger National Park (and bordering concessions)

Dulini Moya


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Located on the banks of the Mabrak River, Dulini Moya is an exclusive retreat with only six luxury suites, set in a reserve renowned for some of the best wildlife viewing in South Africa.


Dulini Moya is a luxurious and small safari lodge with six spacious stone and thatch cottages hosting a maximum of 12 guests. The main building, also set under thatch, has comfortable sofas, reading material and African sculptures in addition to a well-stocked cellar of South African wine, a sitting room and an outdoor dining deck. Children over the age of eight are welcome and babysitting can be arranged while parents go on a wildlife drive or dine. If the lodge is taken exclusively there is no age restriction. Wi-Fi is available across the lodge and there is also a gym with weights, a running machine, and a cross-trainer.

Food & service

The food at Dulini Moya is pan-African, delicious, and taken on the dining room deck, in the traditional African boma, or in the privacy of one’s own suite. Sipping sundowners on the main deck overlooking the savannah is highly recommended.


Dulini Moya has six air-conditioned stone and thatched suites, each with a working fireplace for cold evenings, and a large heated plunge pool overlooking the river with seating and hurricane lamps for nights under the stars. Interiors are neutral and earthy, with luxurious touches that include a claw-footed tub in the ensuite bathroom and large glass windows to make the most of the beautiful surroundings.


The lodge offers wildlife drives as well as bush walks with experienced rangers and trackers to explore the area. Each vehicle seats six guests and comes equipped with binoculars, ponchos and camera stands. The Sand River brings hippo and crocodiles to the area, with the thick reed beds home to water birds and weavers. Wildlife drives, family wildlife drives, bush walks and bird watching are all also on offer at Dulini Moya.


The Dulini Moya curio shop helps fund the EsiDuini Community Trust’s outreach work with 50% of profits going directly to the charity. The charity supports several community projects in the area, working particularly with young people to improve their lives.

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