Luxury has a new home

Kruger Shalati – The Train on the Bridge, has recently launched a new website to showcase the unique appeal of this one-of-a-kind property.  Fast emerging as a favourite amongst the trendy and traditional visitors to Skukuza, Kruger Shalati is exponentially becoming a must-stay) to all itineraries in the Kruger.

“We wanted to ensure that visitors to the website get as much of a feel of the splendour and awe-inspiring views from the Train on the Bridge, as possible when browsing our new website. A focus on the magnificent views as the only luxury hotel, in train-shape over a river with the wildlife roaming freely underneath in the world.” says Judiet Barnes, CMO of Motsamayi Tourism Group – owners of Kruger Shalati.

As a guest you will find that no detail is overlooked when staying at Kruger Shalati. Even the way the toilet-paper is prepared has recently gone viral on social media, thanks to a comical video posted by a well-known South African comedian. The new website, which has been nearly a year in the making, reflects this detail and allows visitors to the new website to seamlessly browse all the features and options available at Kruger Shalati.  Booking and paying online can be done with ease – with real-time availability showing on site.

Book your stay in one of the beautifully renovated train carriages overlooking the Sabie River (with floor to ceiling windows facing east – perfect for sunrise ‘wake-up calls’). Alternatively, you can opt for the more family-friendly option of the land-based rooms of Bridge House – with spacious interiors that can be set up as interleading, to breath-taking views across the Sabie and private plunge pools the look out onto the Train on the Bridge. There’s sure to be an option to suit your needs and budget.

The new website also features a full spa menu from which to choose your in-room treatments, as well as a live stream, high definition, webcam of the wildlife around Kruger Shalati – with night-vision on the cameras you won’t miss a moment of the nocturnal animals when the bush comes to life after the sun sets. Quite a nice way to acquaint yourselves with your co-inhabitants ahead of arrival – or as a reminder of the time spend in our unique location.

“We welcome visitors to reach out to us for any enquiries or request on how we can make your stay or special event more memorable – and without new, easy-to-use website, reaching out to us has never been easier” added Barnes.

Explore our website and get a preview of the delights that await you at this ‘bucket-list’ destination.