We create our extraordinary experiences through our people, and the spectacular places we’ve carefully chosen in Southern Africa’s most beautiful destinations – in the bush, near natural wonders, by the ocean, and in the city.
These experiences often tap into a deep-seated vocation within our guests, and we’ve designed the NJ MORE Field Guide College and More Community Trust to invest in people, their passion and their personal development.
Discover our other places…
Lion Sands Game Reserve
Lion Sands is the only private game reserve rooted in both the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and Kruger National Park. The Sabie River forms a natural boundary between its two sides, and four waterside lodges provide the ultimate luxury safari bases. Ivory Lodge and River Lodge are located on the Sabi side, and over on Kruger are Narina Lodge and Tinga Lodge. The wildlife roams freely between them, and no matter which side guests choose to stay on, they will have exceptional game-viewing opportunities.
Madikwe Safari Lodge
Within Madikwe Game Reserve, bordering Botswana. Wooded hills give way to bushveld and Kalahari plains, roamed by an astonishing array of animals, including the Big Five and 61 other mammal species. This is wild Africa and then some! Coupled with the area having a rich cultural heritage and being malaria-free, this has made Madikwe Safari Lodge a popular family destination.
Marataba South Africa
This malaria-free private concession forms part of the Marakele National Park that, as its Tswana name suggests, is a place of sanctuary. The park conserves 67 000 hectares (165 560 acres) of the Limpopo Waterberg’s biodiversity – including the Big Five and abundant birdlife, as well as Iron Age sites of great historical significance. Marataba’s luxury hillside lodges provide guests with bases from which to explore the wilderness their own way: on walking trails, game drives or Miss Mara water safaris.
Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel and More Quarters Hotel provide homes from home for guests in the heart of the city. In the top five of Africa’s most popular destinations, Cape Town is hailed as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. This is, in part, due to its iconic skyline, dominated by one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World – Table Mountain. Below, its City Bowl mixes cultures, cuisines, art and design, and spills over into wondrous natural landscapes to serve up a singular African experience.