Welcome to Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa
A picturesque South African lakeside experience comparable to Lake Kariba
Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa offers 70 luxury guest rooms, accommodating 182 people through a combination of 44 Classic Rooms, 21 Family Lofts, 3 Deluxe Rooms and 2 Executive Suites.
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Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa boasts impressive conferencing facilities in its iSilo Conference Centre, capable of accommodating up to 220 delegates.
Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa
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Situated in the heart of the Zulu Kingdom, with its rich heritage and untamed natural beauty, Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa is the perfect luxury getaway in the heart of nature.
Incredibly positioned along the banks of the picturesque Lake Jozini, and backed by the splendour of the Lebombo Mountain range, the Lodge boasts superb facilities, including a Mangwanani Spa, gym, rim-flow swimming pool, exceptional dining experiences, extensive conference and banqueting facilities, and a wide range of activities for all ages.
Easily accessible from both Durban and Gauteng, and surrounded by a host of World Heritage Sites and Nature Reserves, Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa is ideal for weekend getaways, extended family holidays, conferencing, incentives, weddings, team building and International tour groups.
Conference with a difference at Jozini Tiger Lodge & Spa. Catering for up to 220 delegates, our multi-configuration conference facilities can be personalised to suit your every need. Read More
History of Lake Jozini
The Pongola River rises at some 2 200 m above mean sea level near Wakkerstroom, Mpumalanga, and descends steeply through the major portion of its catchment to the west of the Lebombo mountains. The Pongola passes between the Lebombo and Ubombo ranges through a narrow gorge (known as Pongolapoort) and the lower reaches of the river lie on the Maputuland coastal plain east of the mountains in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
Here, the river has a slope of 1 in 3 000; the abrupt change in gradient stems the flow rate of the river on the plain, causing a deposition of part of the sediment load and the flooding of extensive areas adjacent to the river course. This broad alluvial plain, known as the Pongola floodplain, extends from the gorge to the confluence of the Pongola and the Usutu rivers, close to the border with Mozambique.
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