Untamed beauty of
Lake Jozini is predominantly located in the North of the KwaZulu-Natal province with the northern tip stretching into Eswatini’s Royal Jozini Private Game Reserve up to 7 kilometres depending on the water levels. The lake itself is a mighty 16000-hectare expanse of water surrounded by untamed African bushveld in the form of several game reserves. Part of the surrounding reserves is the oldest conservation area in Africa, having been proclaimed by Paul Kruger in 1894. There is great history here!
and conservation of Lake Jozini
Whilst our legal jurisdiction ends at the Eswatini / South African border, we are proud members of the Pongolapoort Dam Stakeholders Association (PDSA) and we work hand in hand with our South African counterparts for the conservation of Lake Jozini.
The PDSA has formally been registered with the CIPC and the core objectives of the Association are the safeguarding of Lake Jozini as a common resource to its members, and that this resource is critical to the long-term sustainability and financial viability of the businesses on and around it.