Home to the Big Four, Bonamanzi Game Reserve is a Natural Heritage Site situated in Zululand, KwaZulu Natal.
The spectacular scenery, tranquil surroundings and excellent facilities make Bonamanzi an ideal wedding venue.
Weddings at Bonamanzi Game Reserve
For couples wanting a tranquil bush setting for their wedding and reception Bonamanzi offers several options.
Lalapanzi Palm Island with seating at the water’s edge and accessed by a wooden bridge is perfect for the ceremony. The viewing deck perched on stilts above the lily filled dam provides a romantic setting for up to forty guests.
Other options are the restaurant with an outdoor bar and fire pit, or the Ndlovo Hall which can accommodate up to three hundred and fifty guests.
Their onsite co-ordinator is there to assist with your wishes and great attention is paid to detail.
Top class facilities are available for conferences, team building challenges, and activities, for between forty and five hundred delegates.
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Self-Catering Accommodation at Bonamanzi Game Reserve
The reserve has a restaurant and bar and offers a variety of accommodation, which includes everything to make your stay comfortable, including air conditioning and Wi-Fi.
The Game Lodge sleeps ten guests, has its own swimming pool, and is perfect for groups or families.
Camping and caravan sites have a 220v supply point, shared ablutions, a kitchen and braai areas.
A great option for educational groups or private parties, is the Bundu Lodge Camp with twelve chalets.
These include game walks and drives, boat trips on the river, crocodile feeding, Zulu dancing or just relax at the spa or at the pool.
A special feature of Bonamanzi is that it provides a safe and interactive bush experience where you can walk or drive with or without the company of a trained field guide.
The reserve is widely known as one of the best birding destinations in South Africa, and enjoys three adjoining eco systems – coastal grasslands, tropical forest and woodland.
Bonamanzi Game Reserve may be found at 324 Bushlands Road, Hluhluwe, Kwazulu/Natal, South Africa. Find them on Google Maps.