THE KAINGO EXPERIENCE
Proudly Conservationist. Uniquely Waterberg. Incomparably Kaingo.
Kaingo is a destination of outstanding scenic beauty, an African Eden. Situated in the Waterberg, 2.5 hours from Johannesburg, Kaingo Game Reserve is the malaria-free safari holiday you’ve been searching for. Accommodating family, friends or business associates, our facilities, coupled with our spectacular location and passion for the environment, make this an unforgettable destination. Sweeping across 22,000 acres (9,000 hectares) of bushveld savanna, river, valley and magic mountain landscapes, Kaingo represents a piece of Africa as it used to be with unique wildlife experiences, thrilling activities and picturesque natural assets in abundance. With the mighty Mokolo River weaving through breathtaking landscapes, Kaingo has distilled the finest natural wildlife safari offerings for the enjoyment of our guests.
The reserve is a slice of wilderness paradise far from the madding crowd, yet easily accessible; a place of renewal and reconnection with the natural world. The iconic and most dangerous wild animals of Africa – lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard – are at home on Kaingo, but so too are over 50 other mammal species and over 350 different types of birds. Game drives and bush walks at Kaingo offer guests incredible ecological biodiversity for unique African wildlife and nature experiences in a ‘Conservation First’ reserve, where all guest income goes towards positive conservation efforts. Read More
Whether game drive, bush walk, sunset river cruise, or a private dinner for two, there is never enough time to exhaust the many ways there are to love this place.
Unique, personal experiences of the bushveld and exciting close-up game viewing under the expert guidance of qualified field guides.
With no hunting for decades the wildlife are accustomed to the vehicles at Kaingo, and do not see them as a threat.
Our nature walks offer an intimate encounter with nature and wildlife, as well as medicinal and other plants that are identified en-route.
There are several special birds that we are privileged to see here such as African Finfoot, Narina Trogon and Striped Pipet.
Our rock art sites date back more than 1,000 years and depict the spiritual beliefs and lives of the San, Khoi and the Pedi people.
Enjoy the excitement of fishing on the Mokolo River, home to a variety of indigenous fish species as well as hippos and crocodiles.
An abundance of bird and animal life makes for exciting game viewing whilst enjoying the peace and tranquility of the Mokolo River.
We are well versed in the art of designing a very special safari experience that will unite a family through unique collective memories.
There are many different ways to enjoy mouthwatering crafted cuisine from Kaingo’s master chefs. Here are a few options…