Kruger Park Lodge enjoys RCI Gold Crown status, the highest rating awarded by RCI, and a 4-star rating awarded by SATOUR. These high standards attract both local and international visitors to our resort. In order to ensure the maintenance of these standards it is essential the Rental Pool Units conform to resort specifications.
This will affect details of furnishing, cutlery, crockery, linen and towels within the unit. Such standardisation is necessary to control inventory checks and to ensure a minimum quality requirement for the resort.
In the years 1999, 2008 and 2013 it was voted the RCI Resort of the Year. It also enjoys SATOUR 4-star rating.
MBExchange is an amazing new benefit for Magic Breakaways owners. A secure ring-fenced system allows exchanges between MagicBreakaways owners and the MB Resorts.
We also boast access to over 4000 resorts worldwide thanks to our partnership with iExchange.
MBExchange is a simple system which allows you to access a wealth of holiday accommodation options. The MBExchange system is completely ring-fenced - allowing only the owners of the MagicBreakaways resorts to participate. The resorts in our pool include
Bakubung, Brookes Hill Suites, Castleburn, Hermanus Beach Club, Kruger Park Lodge, Kwa Maritane and Wilderness Dunes. In addition to the resorts in our exclusive pool, you also have access to an even larger pool powered by iExchange with more than 160 resorts in Southern Africa and over 4000 resorts internationally.
Ownership in the Legacy Private Residencies fractional unit at Kruger Park Lodge gives you access to the Registry Collection. The Registry Collection owners can exchange to high end villas in Italy, ski lodges in Colarado, private suite hotels in Las Cabos or simply choose to sail on private yachts in the Mediterranean or Pacific.
The Registry Collection has a choice of over 100 destinations that are all quality vetted to include only the best property and luxury yachts around the world. South African affiliates include Pezula, Zimbali, Cape Royale and more. Visit The Registry Collection website.