Thanda Safari launches luxe safari living with The Royal Thanda Club

Residence The Royal Thanda Club Zululand
Residence The Royal Thanda Club Zululand

The new Zululand private residence clubs promise to take going on safari to a new level of luxury

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Thanda Safari has unveiled The Royal Thanda Club in Zululand, South Africa – exclusive private residence clubs offering a blend of luxury and authentic African safari experiences for families and safari enthusiasts.

The Royal Thanda Club’s meticulously designed residences feature a sophisticated Zulu architectural theme, absolute privacy, and spectacular views over the expansive 14,000-hectare Big Five private game reserve.

Guests can expect private verandas, air conditioning, indoor and outdoor showers, private swimming pools, and hot tubs with access to indulgent spa treatments, a dedicated butler, a private chef, 24-hour VIP security, and personalised concierge service.

“These Royal Residences offer one of Africa’s most exclusive and private safari experiences. It’s a place where families can appreciate quality time, connect with nature, and create extraordinary memories,” said Pierre Delvaux, Thanda Group CEO.

Visitors can arrive via Thanda Safari’s helicopter, enjoying aerial views of KwaZulu-Natal’s protected nature reserves and coastline. Twice-daily game drives led by experienced guides create an immersive African wilderness experience.

Other activities include bush walks, outdoor dining under the stars, and sundowners overlooking the ancient African hills. A junior ranger’s course is educational and engaging for younger guests.

Thanda Safari is committed to wildlife conservation and the socio-economic empowerment of the local Zulu communities. With 93% of its team from neighbouring areas, the travel company actively supports employment, skills development, and community educational initiatives. The wildlife management team operates 24/7 to combat poaching and takes part in breeding and range expansion programs for critically endangered species.

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