The Mokolo River, meaning "deep and silent" in Tswana, threads its way through the reserve. Massive cliffs, sandy beaches, natural causeways, and potholes and waterfalls are surrounded by breathtaking beauty. Large unspoilt wilderness with rolling wooded mountains are cut by deep rocky ravines. Kaingo is home to over 50 different mammals, including 4 of the Big Five. It is home to several endangered and rare species too. The grassy plains abound with animals, and predators are always close by. The diverse habitat encourages a wide range of wildlife, as well as over 300 bird species.
Kaingo is a genuinely conservation-focused reserve, and bases its management and operations principles on this ethos.
Why we like it
This private reserve abounds with wildlife and natural beauty. It is malaria-free and easily accessible from Johannesburg.
It has a genuine dedication to conservation and models its operations on this ethos.
|Park / Reserve Size:||22 500 acres|
|Reserve Type:||Private Game Reserve|
|Specialist Specie:||Elephant, Lion, Buffalo|
Warm. Elegant. Peaceful. A perfect place to rest. Reminiscent of a traditional African safari camp, Kaingo Elephant Lodge offers the ultimate luxurious safari experience. Built from natural stone with thatched roofs, the luxury game lodge has an olde worlde-Africa atmosphere, while also being completely contemporary. All comforts are catered for, and the décor is nature-inspired. Only 28 guests are accommodated…
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