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Welcome to Munati Lodge, Musina Accommodation Limpopo

Musina Accommodation LimpopoMunati Lodge offers Musina Accommodation situated on 250ha of unspoilt Bushveld, centrally located in close vicinity of Musina Airstrip (1km), the Zimbabwean Border Post Beitbridge (8km), Musina Central Business District (7km) and the Baobab Shopping Mall (4km).

Munati Lodge was previously a thatch roof hunter's lodge that has been converted into a Musina Hotel Guesthouse with 12 spacious suites.

We also haveMusina self catering Accommodation units or flats available for those guests who require longer stays, with or without furniture.

Our Musina lodge is decorated in its own unique style with furniture from the original 5-Star Hunters Lodge, made from solid Rhodesian Teak.  It creates a luxury, peaceful and tranquil experience.

We offer customized accommodation packages to suit each of our guest's needs, with reference to meal requirements and laundry.

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Accommodation
Munati Lodge, previously a thatch roof hunter's lodge that has been converted into a Musina Hotel Guesthouse, offers 12 uniquely styled, spacious suites and self-catering units or flats (for those guests who require longer stays, with or without furniture).

Enjoy luxury, relaxation and tranquilly - all at Munati Lodge!
Facilities & Services
Our Musina Accommodation offers a selection of comfortable facilities and outstanding services to make all our guests feel at home.

Relax in our air-conditioned rooms with a selection of TV channels, or enjoy a refreshing drink at our crisp swimming pool!
Make a Booking Enquiry
If you love what we have to offer, and you want to join our family at Munati Lodge, complete our Online Booking Enquiry Form, or use our contact details provided on our website to get in touch with us.

Our unique Musina accommodation will ensure that you become a returning guest!
Nothing but breathing the air of Africa, and actually walking through it, can communicate the indescribable sensations.
~ William Burchell (English Explorer)