Guest House

 

Tambarina Guest House & Restaurant is set in the historic town of Komatipoort, just off the Maputo Corridor. This tranquil homestead of your hosts Charlain & Grezelda is within close proximity to the world-renowned Kruger National Park. We are perfectly located for exploring Swaziland (just 60km to the border) and Mozambique (just 5km to the border) and other Lowveld attractions.

Tambarina Bed & Breakfast offers its visitors:

  • At the restaurant and more private
  • 4 Ensuite, air-conditioned rooms.
  • TV’s and small fridge in each room.
  • Communal lounge in the middle of the building.
  • Secure parking.
  • Breakfast served at a restaurant.
  • Licensed bar.
  • Credit card facilities.

The little town of Komatipoort is situated & at the foot of the Lebombo Mountains near the confluence of the Nkomati and Crocodile Rivers. It offers the ideal Southern entrance to the Kruger National Park at the Crocodile Bridge Gate which is open throughout the year. Kruger Park is well known for being rich in wildlife, especially the Big 5.

We cater for both Business Travel for business persons needing to work in the surrounding areas and offer comfortable workstations, ideally suited for the business traveler

We cater for Leisure Travel and Ideally suited for Couples, singles & families.


E-Mails to: accommodation@tambarina.co.za

Phone: 013 793 7057

Cell – 082 325 5720


Attractions

Komatipoort  Golf Club

Kambaku Komatipoort Golf Course situated in Komatipoort Mpumalanga is a 9 hole course set in the wildest corner of South Africa.  At the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati Rivers along the foothills of the Lebombo mountain range.

Ideally situated close to the Kruger National Park nestles a unique gem of a golf course that will challenge each and every level of Golfer.

With the breathtaking Lebombo Mountains as backdrop, you can retreat to the Bushveld let your dreams take flight and enjoy a slice of heaven…

Kambaku Komatipoort Golf Course is unique in every way.  A group of dedicated farmers came together as a community and begun clearing the site in 1997.

Course designer Douw van der Merwe added his expertise to the layout and slowly this beautiful course set at the confluence of the Komati and Crocodile Rivers took shape.

It was literally a case of your bulldozer today, my tractor tomorrow; anyone got cement, sand or perhaps you can lend a hand on the weekend? You can understand how and why this course is a success such a great community effort with pride and love for the game of golf, Komatipoort golf course came to be. It didn’t happen overnight and the grass was planted in 2001, shortly thereafter the course opened for play.

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