Welcome to Awelani Lodge & Eco-Tourism Park
Awelani Lodge is 12kms from Kruger’s Pafuri Gate on the R525. The Lodge offers self-catering chalets as well as camping sites and an on-site restaurant and pub. Situated in a 1700 hector conservancy, Awelani provides visitors an outstanding opportunity to walk or mountain bike through a wooded conservancy with a remarkable arrange of trees, Baobab, Mopani and Lobombo Ironwood to name a few.
Sandstone outcrops hide what is probably San and Khoi rock art and traditional Venda grain storage units. A purpose-built birdhide and waterhole offers outstanding bird watching. A sightings list of over 700 birds confirms this Pafuri area destination is an excellent site for twitchers.
Events and meetings
We have a large event/meeting room that is ideal for:
We provide full catering, bar and event venue services
Rain: Awelani is in a summer rainfall region, with the rains starting in October, and generally finishing in March. The winters are usually dry.
Temperature: Summers are generally hot and wet, with temperatures ranging from 20 degrees at night to the mid-to-high 30’s during the day. Humidity can be quite high. Winters are temperate, with the temperature range from 10 degrees at night to midday high of the mid-20s
Awelani is set in a 1000ha Eco-Park, where visitors can go on nature walks to see small animals and birds, enjoy the magnificent baobab trees and view the local bushmen paintings. Awelani is ideally situated for day visitors to Kruger’s northern section, cross-border travelers and those visiting the northern parts of Limpopo – indeed a great tourists attraction.
Kruger National Park, Tshikondeni Mine, Makuya Park, Madimbo Corridor, Beautiful Mountains, Wild life Animals, Environmental Education, Heritage Sight – Vharwa Caves, Tshiawelo Caves, Tzinzinzi Potholes, Streams, Rivers, Cultural Attractions.