Longogo Legacy is a boutique game farm just off the R66 to Nongoma and a 20 min drive from Pongola. We offer affordable beautiful game farm lodging, hunting and are in the company of other game reserves in the area.
The game farm is named after Longogo Ndlangamandla who was originally from Pongola and got curious about the Swazi Monarchy and walked with a friend Khumalo to the Ludzidzini royal residence seeking to learn about the institution. Longogo traveled with Khumalo and were known as brothers which was not necessarily true but the assumption that they were brothers has led to the Ndlangamandla clan not marrying people from the Khumalo clan to this day in eSwatini. They walked a distance of approximately 200kms. On arrival in eSwatini, they learnt the rules of being part of the royal regiment and presumably after some years of being there, the reigning king decided that there should be a chiefdom
in what is now known as Nsingizini area in eSwatini. The regiment traveled as commanded to set up the chiefdom and as the initial population in the area, they divided amongst themselves vast lands for farming purposes, got married and started new lives there. They lived a life of moving from one area to another depending on needs, food and water source being primary for both them and their animals but kept all previously occupied lands as theirs even when no longer living on them. Longogo’s position in the new chiefdom rose from mere foreign member of the regiment to a trusted advisor with lands to complement such a status. Longogo Legacy embodies this story and seeks to cater for an adventurous individual that is curious and determined to learn about all that we offer in the farm.
The story of Longogo also tells a story of how the spirit of adventure can transform a person from a member of a regiment to something approximating a kingly status. This
is similar to a Pawn in that, apart from being crucial and the main implementer of strategies in a chess board, it can also transform into a powerful piece even as its origins are humble and fraught with risk.
The brothers who own and run Longogo Legacy are the fifth generation descendants of Longogo Ndlangamandla.
We offer affordable self-catering (inhouse catering offered on request) accommodation:
1. Two houses that accommodate 4 people each, and
2. Five chalets that accommodate 2 people each
All units have spectacular views. We are able to accommodate 16 people at a given time. Our animals roam the whole farm and are frequent visitors around the accommodation units offering rare picture opportunities.
Non-hunting children aged 2-18 pay half price.
Children under 2 stay free.
Guest have the opportunity to participate in any of the following activities:
1. Game drive
2. Guided bush walk
3. Forest bike riding
4. Fishing and boat ride
The farm is a sanctuary for wildlife and animals in general. We are home to Wildebeest, Impala, Nyala, Redbuck, Zebra, Warthog, Ostrich, Giraffe, Monkeys and a lot more other animals. Our Dam sources its water from Mkuze river and is stocked with Bass and various other fishes. We also have an educational program on bee farming to increase
awareness on the importance of bees to the plant ecosystem. We also have an exciting bird population for the passionate bird watcher.
The game farm is average size and this ensures that our hunters do not spend too much time trying to find the animals as compared to other bigger farms. Our farm is predator free (stress free) and this ensures the quality of the meat that is obtained in terms of tenderness and taste.
Daily hunter’s fee of R300 per 4 hunters includes a tracker, skinning and cold room storage. Group of 5-8 attracts a R600 per day fee for trackers, skinning and cold storage.
Blue Wildebeest Bull R4,000
Blue Wildebeest Cow R3,500
Impala Ewe R1,300
Impala Ram R1,500
Nyala Bull R10,000
Nyala Cow R3,500
Hunting Group (Special)
10 People Accomodation for 3 nights + 2 Wildebeest + 2 Impala for only R20 000 (save R5500).
4 People Accomodation for 3 nights + 1 Wildebeest + 1 Impala for only R9 500 (save R2500).
1. Visit the Pongola Game Reserve which has the Big 5
2. Sodwana Bay (Visit the beach at Sodwana bay – 134 km)
3. Mission Rock Beach St Lucia (Visit the private beaches in St Lucia – 184 km with clear turquoise waters)
4. Distance From Johannesburg (448 km)
5. Distance from Durban (373 km)
Continental breakfast R200 per person
Camping R200pp per night
Game drive R200pp (2hrs)
Fishing R50pp (catch and release)
Introduction to bee farming and honey comb handling R400pp
Guided walks R100
For enquiries, please contact Phetsa on Cell/Whatsapp: 0738196484
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