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. Our Guides are all highly qualified and have extensive experience in Big 5 reserves, and will ensure that your safari experience is unsurpassed.Book Now Download Rates
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.
Where else on one exclusive Game Reserve can the discerning traveller participate in a myriad nature based tourism activities, such as birding, boating, elephant tracking, fishing, 4x4 game drives, hiking, lion tracking, kloofing, star gazing, rock art tours, picnicking, swimming, walking, photographing or simply just relaxing in five star luxury while we do all the work?
The birdlife is prolific and the reserve is a birdwatchers paradise with a variety of eagles, nightjars, sunbirds, flycatchers, bee-eaters, shrikes, starling, hoopoe, kingfisher, storks and too many others to mention.
Kaingo has created various Botanical Routes, where guests can either walk or be driven, by one of qualified guides, to view some of the magnificent floral species that are found on the Reserve.
The Reserve is extremely rich in history, with many San and Pedi (Northern Sotho) rock art sites dating back to the dawn of man.