Hippo Hollow Country Estate is nestled amongst lush indigenous gardens on the banks of the Sabi River in Hazyview, only ten minutes from the world famous Kruger National Park. The rooms either overlook the picturesque gardens with its two swimming pools or the mighty Sabi River.
Dine in the a la carte restaurant on a variety of mouth-watering dishes and enjoy a selection of South African wines from the cellar, whilst watching the grazing of the Hippopotamus on the lawn.
Hippo Hollow Country Estate offers 19 garden chalets, 18 river chalets and 54 hotel rooms. Within only half an hour drive you can witness the spectacular Panorama Route which includes Pilgrims Rest, Graskop, Bourkesluck Potholes, God's Window, and the Blyde River Canyon as well as the many fantastic waterfalls of the surrounding area.
How to get to Hippo Hollow Country Estate
Drive time from Johannesburg is approximately 5 hours and it is approximately 45 min drive from the Kruger Mpumalanga Airport.
Activities at Hippo Hollow Country Estate
Nearby activities include game drives to Kruger Park, river rafting, fishing, hiking, golfing, Helicopter Scenic Flights over the Blyde River Canyon and many more. There are also Shangaan cultural activities and elephant interactions to explore.
Hippo Hollow Country Estate Photo Gallery
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Interested in other Panorama Route accommodation? Here's a list of other places to stay near Hippo Hollow Country Estate
Lauren & Ian Ratner5
Saw the hippos! Really close to Elephant Whispers sanctuary and we were able to "meet" and ride elephants. Unique accommodations that never felt crowded. Good menu at restaurant but slow service. Pool nice and not crowded. Most people leave for game drives during the day so very relaxing if you stay on property. Short walk to restaurants and shops outside the resort but they close early. Almost no bugs because of ultrasonic devices and good wifi.Read full trip review
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Richard & Helene Poole2
I wish we hadn't stopped over here. It was like a holiday camp. The only highlight was the elephant sanctuary visit next door which was superb. I would have skipped this stop over and gone directly to benguerra for a longer stay.Read full trip review
Cape Town, Panorama Route and Kruger Family Holiday
- Cost For Family of 4
- From $7,850 (Includes international flights from JFK)
- Cape Town, Balule Private Nature Reserve, Panorama Route