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Experience the magic of Rattray’s on MalaMala with over 40 years of beauty and extravagance!
Rattray’s on MalaMala offers a glimpse of an era long past, when distant travellers to Africa married the magic of the wild with an elegance and refinement that have been immortalized in Karen Blixen’s epic tale, ‘Out of Africa’. The epitome of regal colonial safari-style, Rattray’s on MalaMala is a culmination of over 40 years of experience within the Rattray Family.
Rattray’s on MalaMala (situated near MalaMala Main Camp), bears the style of crystal and leather, with beautiful furnishings that are a treat to the connoisseur of the finer things in life, captured over generations on a land that remains as old as time. Each suite or khaya (the Zulu for “home”) functions as an inclusive home, resplendent with hand-selected furnishings, lavish his-and-hers bathrooms, a secluded outdoor shower and a private heated plunge pool.
Rattray’s hosts sixteen guests in eight luxury “khayas” (the Zulu word for “home”). Each acting as an exclusive home with hand-selected furnishings, crystal and leather, Rattray’s is a treat of the finer things in life. Khaya’s boast a private verandah with grand river views and a private heated plunge pool, a private indigenous garden, en-suite bathrooms with double vanity, ball-and-claw bath and double indoor shower and outdoor shower; outdoor and indoor dining area, air-conditioning, heating, overhead fans, hairdryer, minibar, tea and coffee facilities. Satellite television, DVD player and laptop with wireless connectivity are available on request.
The guest areas include an elegant African-themed air-conditioned dining room, a historic bar featuring photographs of the early days and its pioneers, a large wooden safari deck for outdoor dining and game viewing, a large infinity pool with river views, fully stocked wine cellar, small fitness facility and well-appointed safari boutique.
MalaMala Game Reserve has plenty of thrilling safari activities on offer for a range of travellers, from those seeking a unique adventure, to children exploring the bush for the very first time. Guests can enjoy daily game drives in open Land Rovers, where they have the opportunity to view the Big 5, as well as a variety of other wildlife including giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and more. Photographic safaris are a popular activity, and with a dedicated photographic safari vehicle offering bean bags for camera stability, storage boxes for the equipment, under-seat lighting and a camera mount, guests are ensured a brilliant experience. Children’s activities include animal tracking (using spoor), a bush breakfast, special movie nights and basic survival skills training.