Kololo private game reserve is located in the heart of the Waterberg nature reserve in the province of Limpopop. The 13 chalets are in unspoilt nature and guarantee privacy and relaxation. The safari chalets range from 1 to 3 bedrooms and are equipped with: coffee and tea facilities, hairdryers, terrace with chairs and adjoining bathroom.
The accommodation is also very suitable for groups, the disabled, families and children. The reserve consists of 3000 hectares of unspoilt nature and borders the Welgevonden Nature Reserve, which is a big five game reserve. The stay in Kololo can be based on self catering (on request) but is normally based on bed / breakfast and dinner. If you stay based on bed / breakfast and dinner, 1 game activity in the Kololo park is also included in the price and you can use the available mountain bikes for free. The main building has a restaurant, swimming pool and cozy bar.
Kololo Game Reserve is located in the beautiful South African province, Limpopo. Kololo Game Reserve borders the Welgevonden Game Reserve. The Waterberg area (14,500 km²) is malaria-free and therefore the perfect safari destination. In the adjacent reserves you will find the “Big Five”, the big game. With a bit of luck you can also discover them from your own terrace.
The Welgevonden area has limited access, but under the guidance and protection of our certified rangers it is now possible to explore this area on foot exclusively and in a small group. Costs on request. An exciting experience that makes it possible to discover and experience wildlife in a totally different way.
The Kololo Big 5 safari walks are organized for groups with a minimum number of four and a maximum number of eight people. The walk takes approximately three hours, reservation in advance is necessary. Welgevonden has two places with delicate rock art that can also be visited during the walk. In short, a unique experience that nobody should miss!
These prices on our website include:
The accommodation, water, electricity, bed linen, towels, your beds are made daily and maid service. Daily breakfast and dinner served in the restaurant (guests staying in the tents eat in the local boma). Tea and coffee in the rooms. 1x Kololo Game Drive per day, use of hiking and biking trails, swimming pool (not for the tent camp), boma and restaurant. A dedicated ranger is available for information about wild animals that you can take with you on Kololo Game Drives on a daily basis. Lunch is optional and is served in the restaurant between 12:00 and 14:00.
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