"Reneiwe" which means a "Gift from God"
best explains our dedication to our clients service excellence. With
our guest lodge situated in the heart of Mpumalanga places us in the
best position to explore the Panorama Route. We include towns such
as Pilgrims rest, Graskop, Sabie and the Kruger National Park.
Reneiwe lodge is a unique log home situated in the beautiful
Mpumalanga escarpment, central to all the tourist attractions.
Located in Graskop and close to sights such as Gods Window, Blyde
river canyon, Bourke's luck potholes, Berlin and Lisbon falls. We
are a mere 40km from the Kruger National Park and our surrounding
towns are Pilgrims rest, Sabie and Hazyview
We are a company
dedicated to personalized service and have planed our routes in such a
manner that makes us more flexible than our competitors. We have taken
the best of what Mpumalanga has to offer and concentrate in those
respective regions. Our objectives are to ensure affordability while
maintaining high service levels.
Reneiwe tours have taken into consideration the time restraints our
visitors have and have designed the tours in such a manner ensuring the
best of Mpumalanga form part of our routes. Special care has been taken
in all facets of our trips to ensure a truly South African experience.
Contact our office for more details on the tours.
tour starts at the Oliver Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg
International) where you are collected and we make our way towards
Mpumalanga. Depending on arrival times will determine where we stay the
first night. The first leg of the route is comfortable 2 hour trip to
Dullstroom where we stop for a light lunch and stretch our legs. We
continue towards Lydenburg and make our way up the Long Tom Pass and
down to Sabie, on route we will stop at view points and waterfalls. Once
we have seen the sights we make our way to Graskop and check in at
Reneiwe Guest Lodge. Dirk will attend to our dinner while you unwind and
take in the sights.
a early breakfast we make our way to the Kruger National Park for a day
game viewing. Although we do concentrate on finding the "Big Five"
emphasis of the trip is on conservation. Lunch will also be in the park.
Later in the afternoon we make our way back to the Lodge to freshen up
breakfast we shall discover the Lowveld escarpment better known as the
"Panorama Route" this trip includes points such as Gods Window, The
Pinnacle, Berlin Falls, Lisbon Falls, Bourke's Luck Potholes and the
Three Rondovals. Lunch will be served at the famous Harries Pancakes.
a relaxed breakfast and bidding farewell to Dirk we make our way to the
Coffee and Silk farm and then head off to Dullstroom for lunch and back