About Kaingo Private Game Reserve
Situated along the banks of the Mokolo River in the Malaria free Waterberg Biosphere Reserve, Kaingo Private Game Reserve has created a variety of unique visitor experiences around the awesome natural beauty of this 8,800 Ha reserve.
Kaingo Lodge is situated in the centre of the reserve and is a true oasis surrounded by bush and mountains. Our gem of the bushveld is an ideal retreat for the more refined traveller who prefers both privacy and exclusivity and offers up-market lodging options for both the local and international traveller, catering for different needs, budgets and tastes.
Catering for a maximum of 24 guests, the Lodge has one executive suite, six deluxe rooms and four standard rooms, each air-conditioned room is equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, an electronic safe, a mini bar fridge and hairdryer. The rooms also offer a choice of satellite television channels.
Large rondavel of 13m², with bathroom en-suite, Queen size bed.
Medium size deluxe room of 18m². Full bathroom en- suite. One King size bed.
Large executive room of 24m², small lounge with large TV in room. Full bathroom en-suite. One King size bed. Interleading with Room 1 to make up a family suite.
On Site Facilities
The Deck is where you will find our restaurant, coffee bar, private lounge and library, bar and pool deck. This is the ideal place to relax after a hectic day in the bush and spend some intimate moments with your family and friends.
All accommodation is offered on a full board basis and includes breakfast (full English or Continental), lunch, high tea and dinner. Additional snacks, picnic baskets, private dining and beverages are excluded.
Whether you want a light snack or a slap-up meal, the Deck at Kaingo is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant features indigenous and rich flavours of Africa, with meals available throughout the day. You can also enjoy a casual meal on our deck, pool side, or in your room. We offer an à la carte dinner menu, garden picnics, boma dinners.
The reserve boasts a large variety of sought-after game including leopard, lion, hyena, elephant and buffalo, while other naturally occurring wildlife species such as giraffe, kudu, zebra, wildebeest and impala roam the open plains. There are a host of other creatures, many of which are to be seen at night, with honey badger, aardvark, pangolin, caracal, and porcupine often spotted on a regular basis.
Crocodile and the occasional hippo frequent the river and the dam, which also are home to a variety of fresh water fish including kurper, barb, yellowfish, catfish, tilapia and bass.
In addition to offering game drives, wildlife and other natural history experiences, particular attention is given to activity based, adventure loving, comfort seeking, nature tourists who want to learn more about wildlife and those who appreciate the outdoors and the comfort of our home from home.