Mjejane Game Reserve is situated on the banks of the Crocodile River where lush riverine forest is home to a stunning variety of birdlife. Green pigeons fluttering among leaves in search of wild fruit, the haunting cry of the fish eagle, and the scarlet flash of a purple-crested lourie in flight.
The 4,000 hectare reserve is located within the Kruger National Park and borders the southern boundary of the park. Mjejane comprises unspoiled indigenous bush with over 10km of river frontage and the area is renowned for its superb game viewing.
A low-water bridge gives direct access to the Kruger National Park.In addition, the forest is also home to the elusive leopard and elephant breeding herds that frequent the area. Imagine waking up to the sound of a hippo only a few metres from your luxury bedroom deck or watching herds of up to 500 buffalo and prowling predators shadowing the herd?
Mjejane is an inheritance for future generations. Recognising the need to protect the physical and spiritual resources of this magnificent tract of land, Chief Lugedlane has ensured its preservation for generation to come. Today his vision is a reality, and together with the Mjejane community, we are the caretakers of his legacy.
The Mjejane community is proud to invite you to share in this part of untouched African splendour.