A luxurious base from which to explore the Kruger Lowveld region
Welcome to umSisi House
Set in 60 hectares of pristine bush, within the Jock of the Bushveld Conservancy, umSisi House is strategically located in the Peebles Valley between the town of White River and the Numbi Gate entrance to the southern Kruger National Park (20 minutes away). Here we offer a personal service that only a small, privately owned and managed, five-star, country house villa and gourmet getaway can provide. umSisi House is the perfect destination for groups of friends and family wishing to visit South Africa's Kruger Lowveld region, the Panorama Route and enjoy the many adventure activities available in the immediate area. The house only caters for private groups (between 4 and 10 people) on an exclusive-use basis offering a choice of rates to include dinner, bed and breakfast or fully inclusive.
Self-catering also available at umSisi Cottage (up to 4 people)
umSisi House is a secret gourmet getaway! We have taken influences from around the world to create our unique interpretation of Afro-fusion food and to prepare our food journeys through different cuisines. You may enjoy an Afro-Italian meal one night and a Moroccan food journey the next. Each day serves up a different culinary experience! We plan all meals in advance and serve a set menu (or Table d’hôte as the French say!) We know that your dining experience will be one of the highlights of your stay at umSisi House. (more…)Learn More
From the Blog
The Kruger Lowveld region offers some wonderful local activities to delight, educate and entertain you and your children including Kruger safaris in open game-viewing vehicles with experienced guides. […]
What you can expect to see in the Kruger National Park.
umSisi House, and the Jock of the Bushveld Conservancy, are situated within 20 minutes drive of Numbi Gate and the south-western section of the […]
Water is scarce and indigenous trees require very little. When you stay with us we offset your carbon footprint.
Once upon a time, ‘man’ had not interfered with nature’s intended environmental design […]