The Waterberg 18 January 2018

 

 

Game drives and bush walks at Kaingo Private Game Reserve offer guests incredible ecological biodiversity for a unique African wildlife and nature experiences in a 'Conservation First' reserve, where all guest income goes towards positive conservation efforts. Out on a bush walk during our rainy season you will encounter numerous streams and fountains that give the Waterberg its name.

 

A great experience can be had in our Botanical Garden - a very special and well protected area where everyone can get in touch with nature on foot. With a large diversity in vegetation, an abundance of food and clear mountain water, you will be accompanied by the songs of birds, of which we have dotted down over 350 species. See our Birding page.

 

For your convenience we have, on one of the walking trails, put name tags close to the trees for easy identification. Please remember to pack your walking shoes as this is a very special activity, laid out for you by mother nature, that you won't want to miss.

 

 

 

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 The Waterberg 18 January 2018
 The Waterberg 18 January 2018
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 The Waterberg 18 January 2018
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 The Waterberg 18 January 2018
 The Waterberg 18 January 2018