Set in a peaceful riverine grove and embraced in a leafy canopy of giant ebony trees, Dulini Moya, a Tsonga name meaning “spirit” or “wind”, features six exquisite suites boasting plunge pools, outdoor showers and shady decks. Interiors epitomise romance with canopies of billowing mosquito nets and beautiful bathrooms. From the privacy of the suites, guests can enjoy views of the riverbed, seamlessly integrating the grandeur of nature and elegance of décor.
Dine under the ancient jackalberry tree, steal away for a romantic private dinner in your suite or feast in a traditional boma under a canopy of stars around a roaring fire. Each dish is curated to tantalise the taste buds and ignite the imagination. Guests are treated to an array of New World wines from the wine cellar that captivate even the most educated palette, as well as a collection of fine whiskeys and brandies.
Immerse yourself in the wild on unforgettable game drives, get active with a brisk workout in the well-equipped gym, simply relax on a welcoming sofa in the guest lounge or lose yourself in a good book in the extensive library. Keep your binoculars handy for bird watching from the deck overlooking the Mabrak River. Browse the African handicrafts in the safari shop and unwind with a selection of lavish treatments in the spa. Personal butlers attend to guests’ every wish, while surprise bush experiences wow guests.
What we love about Dulini Moya
- Listen to the frogs while enjoying dinner under our ancient Jackalberry tree.
- Enjoy a lazy afternoon eating a scrumptious lunch in the dry river bed.
- A regular and much loved treat …is a warm cup of soup while listening to the Dulini choir under the moonlit sky.