Guests love coming to Nambiti Hills Private Game Lodge to experience the abundance of wildlife that we are fortunate enough to have on our doorstep. While our animals are one of Africa’s greatest assets, the unfortunate reality is that the wildlife is at constant risk from the escalating pressure of wildlife crime and poaching. In order
When you join us in the serene setting of Nambiti Hills Private Game Lodge, you’re immersed in nature, wherever you are. Whether you’re sitting at our bar or our restaurant looking out onto the Nambiti Valley; in our infinity pool gazing at the horizon or in the egg-shaped baths looking out to nature. Now, we
Guides and Guests from Nambiti Hills have been paying the utmost attention to our newest additions on the Reserve – female cheetah Xani and her two cubs. Some Guests were lucky enough to see these astoundingly fast cubs hunt and kill a steenbok, showing that they’re beginning to adapt to their surroundings.
Did you know that being submersed in nature, doesn’t only feel like it benefits you, but there are actual studies that prove the bush improves your health? Having a holiday retreat in the bush has a host of health benefits like: Lowering blood pressure Improving sleeping patterns, De-stressing Additional vitamin D intake Having a “digital
If you are visiting Nambiti Hills you might be lucky enough to see all of the Big 5. Lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino. There are only 11 countries in the world that have the Big 5, and all of them are in Africa. But have you ever wondered why these specific animals are called
On the Nambiti Hills Reserve, we have an incredibly special elephant herd – this herd consists of roughly 27 members, growing all the time. The matriarch, Stumpie, is named after her short tail, while the dominant bull BFE (Big Friendly Elephant) is named after his size. Many Guests on the Reserve recognise him because of
Is the African buffalo a dangerous animal? The reason early trophy hunters included the African buffalo as one of the Big 5 is that they were considered to be one of the most dangerous species to hunt. In general, Buffalo in herds are placid, although some of the old bulls in the herds tend to
At Nambiti Hills, we have had an eventful year. We have seen many new faces, who’ve arrived as Guests, and have left as family. We have had tremendous rains, seeing our river banks burst; as well as a fire, which saw the entire community on the Reserve come together in an effort to protect it.
It’s a special time on the Reserve that all the Guides look forward to. Those who have become accustomed to the slight seasonal changes in our ecosystem know that November 15th is a significant date. If you’re on Safari at Nambiti Hills, you’ll notice that the rains have brought with them, new lush greenery. With