Where the Komati and Crocodile Rivers meet before it flows into Mozambique and disappears behind the Lebombo mountains, you will find Komatipoort.  The village where people and nature live together in perfect harmony.

This lovely quaint town is only 8km from Crocodile Bridge Gate and 50km from Malalane Gate, two of the many well known gates of the Kruger Park. The town is only 3 km from the Lebombo Border Post.
Land and water reform projects, tourism in the Kruger National Park and the development of the Maputo Corridor have all contributed to the economic and tourism development of this lovely little village that supports a modern society.

From Nelspruit about 110 km. take N4 towards Mozambique(Lebombo Border Gate) Turn left at Sasol (RHS) at the Komatipoort sign into Rissik-street see Spar and shops on RHS. after Caltex(RHS), turn right into Bok-Street- See sign to Croc river Lodge (brown with green crocodile) At next sign for Croc River Lodge, turn left into Bosbok-street. Follow road, we are on RHS. Our views over Crocodile River Valley are tranquil.


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  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • DStv Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor pool
  • TV
  • WiFi


The brand new golf course will provide a magnificent view of the adjacent Kruger National Park to all players enjoying a round of golf on this nine-hole golf course, in the shades of Knob Thorns, ficus and Fever trees amidst hearing the cries of the mysterious fish eagle. The natural habitat of a variety of monkeys and birds with magnificent plumage, antelope and hippopotami forms part of this golf course.

If golfing is not part of your interests there are many other activities to entertain yourself. Packing a picnic basket full of home made goodies and setting of on one of the many hiking trails, finding a spot and spending time with the people closest to you will make it all worth while.

For the not so faint hearted there is trying your strength against a tiger-fish, known for there fighting spirit. This is a sport that can be enjoyed by experts and novices alike. If you are a bird lover don't forget you binoculars. Numerous birds are to be found amongst the trees or in the reeds.

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KomatipoortKomatipoort is a town situated at the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati Rivers in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. The town is 8 km from the Crocodile Bridge Gate into the Kruger Park. It is just 5 km from the Mozambique border and 65 km from the Eswatini border. It is a small, quiet town

Sports & nature

Sports & natureExperience the wild, raw appeal of the Wild Frontier when you stay overnight at any of the many fine options for accommodation in Komatipoort. With one of the most perfect winter climates the country has to offer, Komatipoort lies at the point at which the Komati and Crocodile rivers meet on the western slopes of the Lebombo Mountains, which form a natural barrier between South Africa and Mozambique. Whilst this may make it sound like a quiet little town on the way to nowhere, nothing could be further from the truth. Komatipoort lies just 8 kilometres from the Crocodile Bridge gate into the Kruger National Park, 5 kilometres from the Mozambique border and only 65 kilometres from the Swazi border, making day trips to each of these places incredibly easy.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoIt is true that Komatipoort serves mainly as a railway and customs centre, and local farmers produce some of the most wonderful subtropical fruits that, no doubt, have the delicious summer heat to thank for their mouth-watering flavour. But the town also has access to local wildlife, golf, tiger fishing in the Komati River and elephant back safaris that make a trip here more than worthwhile. The town of Komatipoort is probably most famous for the Nkomati Accord - a nonaggression treaty signed in 1984 between the Mozambican government and the apartheid government of the Republic of South Africa - its focus, on the one hand to prevent Mozambique from supplying material to the ANC (African National Congress), and on the other South Africa from supplying Renamo (Mozambican National Resistance).

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