About Kwa Maritane

Construction on Kwa Maritane already commenced centuries ago. An ancient alkaline volcano fashioned the very hills that Kwa Maritane stands on today. Hence it’s name, which literally means “Place of the Rock”. From here, you can look out over the infinite plains adjacent to the Pilanesberg National Park - an area rich in wildlife and hosting around 365 species of birds.


Let your every wish be pandered to - indulge yourself with a stay in any one of our 90 luxury rooms. Or cater for yourself - we have 25 equipped chalets and 28 cabanas. All rooms have individual aircon, bathrooms with shower and toilet, DStv, direct dialling phone, electric shaving plugs, coffee/tea making machines and a hair dryer. Room service from 07h00 to 22h00.


The two biggest nearby attractions are such antitheses of each other, it’s difficult to make a decision as to what to do first. There is the tranquillity of the Pilanesberg National Park, offering truly African safari game walks and drives.