Melozhori is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive game reserves in the Western Cape. With only 5 spaciously positioned accommodation options for a maximum of 18 guests, without any other signs of civilization in sight, you are completely secluded and immersed in pure wilderness. Ranging from an expansive Lodge to romantic Eco-Pods, each accommodation offering is luxuriously and stylishly fitted for your utmost comfort and enjoyment, including our very popular wood-fired hot tubs and rim flow pools.
Melozhori Game Reserve lies in the picturesque Cape Fold Mountains, adjacent to the tiny hamlet of Stormsvlei, in the verdant Overberg district of the Western Cape, less than 200km from Cape Town. Enjoy 2,300 hectares of undulating hills and mountains offering breathtaking panoramic views, home to 38 species of game, 129 species of birds and a unique mix of indigenous flora. With only 5 spaciously positioned accommodations for a maximum of 18 guests, without any other signs of civilization in sight, you are completely secluded and immersed in pure wilderness. The reserve features an exclusive-use safari lodge, a self-catering and pet-friendly cottage, a luxury Treehouse and two romantic Eco-Pods.
With intentionally low guest capacity, expect authentic, personal and friendly service. Every staff member is committed to your comfort and relaxation, understanding that rare quality of unobtrusive service. While you’re at Melozhori, it’s your home too. From guided game drives to mountain biking, there are so many ways to experience the rejuvenating qualities of Melozhori, a home for all seasons. Do as much or as little as you desire.
As a family owned establishment, we understand the needs of families. An environment free of dangerous predators and malaria ensures peace of mind and endless possibilities for you to explore the reserve at your leisure. Enjoy game drives at your leisure with expert guides; a relaxing hike to enjoy panoramic views; exhilarating mountain bike trails through hilly terrain; a sundowner picnic in the veld; or a long soak in a wood-fired hot tub under a Milky Way of stars. Over 2,300 hectares of undulating hills and mountains offer up breathtaking panoramic views, and a home to 38 species of game, 129 species of birds and a unique mix of indigenous flora.