Located between Durban and Kruger National Park, tucked into the foothills of Ghost Mountain, lies the Ghost Mountain Inn. This privately owned Africa safari lodge is ideally situated in the heart of the Zulu Kingdom and offers guests a prime location to explore the Elephant Coast, Lake Jozini, and the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Enjoy rooms with traditional African style and full western amenities.
Three room choices are available at the Ghost Mountain Inn: Standard, Superior, and Garden Rooms. There is also one large Suite available on site.
Standard Rooms: The 22 original rooms offer guests comfortable en-suite facilities, with private patios that offer views of the pool or garden area. Each room can be set with twin or double beds.
Superior Rooms: These slightly larger rooms offer guests upgraded linen and amenities including bathrooms with a separate shower and bathtub, DSTV Satellite TV, and king size beds. The 19 superior rooms overlook a stretch of water and the Lebombo Mountain Range.
Garden Rooms: Seven generously sized rooms offer guests additional space with a sofa and lounge area. Each room is fitted with a King bed and features a remodeled bathroom. Enjoy views of the indigenous garden or the pool.
Suite: The one large suite at Ghost Mountain Inn features a separate living room, bedroom, and changing room. This room boasts an extra-long king bed, large bathroom, and a private outdoor shower.
All rooms offer the following amenities:
- Private Patios
- Satellite TV
- Mini bar
- Air-conditioning, fans, and heating
- Hair Dryers
Other Hotel Amenities:
- Wi-Fi in common areas
- Full Service Spa
- Dining Room with seasonal menu
- Gym (including treadmill, bicycle, rowing machine, & free weights)
- Tennis Court
- Game Room
- Mountain Bikes
This was our first trip to South America and we were a little nervous. But Adventure Life made things so easy! All our questions were answered before we left, and our guide, Vidal, was amazing! He gave us enough space to explore without rushing us along. He also knew where the best picture taking opportunities were, which was great.