- Rich Wildlife: a unique setting for a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife sighting from mighty lions to scaly pangolins, meerkats, aardvarks, pangolins, aardwolves, bat-eared foxes and African wildcats – a place for wildlife-watching ‘firsts’
- Exceptional guiding: home to the training ground for the Kalahari’s Khomani San (Bushmen) communities to become professional trackers
- Privileged access: all about serenity, privacy and the luxury of time and space. A private vehicle, guide and tracker are guaranteed with your stay – and affords freedom and flexibility to plan deeply immersive safaris, both on and off the vehicle.
- Activities for all:
HORSE RIDING – explore landscapes and wildlife from the saddle. Follow game trails through the grasslands, head over the dunes for a picnic lunch or ride out to the Malori star bed before sunset.
STAR BEDS – sleep under a canopy of stars in the dry Kalahari air where no light pollution dims their brilliance. The Malori’s raised sleep-out platform has a thatched overhang and weather-proof blinds.
MEERKATS – join a group of habituated meerkats as they emerge from their burrows and warm themselves in the rising sun or meet up with them as they return home at the end of the day and groom and play at dusk.
- Family getaway: Tswalu’s Junior Ranger program is designed to both entertain and introduce conservation principles and practices.
- Modern, storytelling dinners at Klein JAN – the culinary invention of chef, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen, the first South African chef to achieve a Michelin star for his namesake restaurant in Nice, France. Celebrating local provenance, heritage and culture, his seasonal menu celebrates the culinary traditions, ingredients and regional produce of the Northern Cape and its resourceful, creative people