Location: South Africa–>Kruger National Park–>Klaserie Private Nature Reserve
Accommodation Type: Lodge
Comfort Level: Luxury
Good For: Solo, Couple/Romantic, Family |
Bordering the Timbavati Game Reserve and Kruger National Park, the Klaserie Game Reserve reserve is hot and dry for most of the year. The hot, dry conditions of the charming Klaserie Game Reserve are complimented by its rustic and sparse vegetation – a wildlife tapestry, home to refreshing summer rains, the Klaserie River, and 60 000 hectares of rugged and striking panorama.
Whether it’s a cozy sleep-out under the starlit night sky, or the exclusive use of trained and helpful safari guides with an intimate knowledge of the local fauna and flora, Africa on Foot is a fantastic and luxurious lodge experience for the whole family.
Owing its name and much of its character to the area’s fantastic walking safari opportunities, Africa on Foot is also home to charming staff, and warm service, comfortable accommodation in rustic chalet units, and the lodge’s resident Buffalo, Bruce.
Africa on Foot Camp provides accommodation at any of its five rustic chalets,as well as a fully furnished tree house:
Maroela, a family chalet, offers a maximum of four guests a double, and twin beds, as well as en-suite bathroom facilities.
Ghwarrie sports a double bed, with an en-suite toilet as well as an outdoor shower. It accommodates up to two guests.
Rooibos Chalet sleeps a maximum of two guests on one double bed, with an en-suite bathroom.
Hardekool is a family unit, sleeping up to four guests, spread between a double, and twin beds. En-suite bathroom facilities are also provided.
Tjankbos Chalet accommodates two guests on a set of twin beds, with full en-suite toilet facilities and an outdoor shower.
Adventurous guests can take to the bush in the Treehouse, boasting twin beds for a maximum of four guests, a lounge area on the first floor, and an outdoor bathroom and shower.
Klaserie Game Reserve is known for its free roaming and extensive antelope populations, as well as exciting Big Five groupings (lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo) and vast bird populations to please any spotter.
Children from age 5 years and over are accepted. The age limit on walking safaris is 16 years. Children between the ages of 5 and 16 years will be taken on morning game “bumbles” or drives (depending on their age) while their parents enjoy their morning walking safaris.
The Klaserie Conservation levy of R200 per person per stay (payable direct at camp in cash or credit card)
Timbavati Gate fee of R140 per vehicle if self-driving (payable direct at the Timbavati Gate in cash or credit card).
Please note that only Visa and MasterCard are accepted at the Camp and the Timbavati Gate.
• BY AIR:
• O R Tambo Johannesburg International – Hoedspruit
• Cape Town International – Hoedspruit
• Transfers to lodge are available
• BY ROAD:
From Johannesburg Airport:
• Take the R21S to Boksburg and then head for Witbank on the N12 highway.
• This highway becomes the N4. Continue on the N4 until you see the Belfast turnoff.
• Take the Belfast turn off and head into the little town of Belfast.
• In the centre of town you will see a sign post for Dullstroom / Lydenburg.
• Turn right there. Continue on this road for approximately 30kms until you reach Dullstroom.
• Continue straight through the village of Dullstroom and head for Lydenburg, which is approximately 50kms.
• You will come to a T Junction. Turn left there and head into the town of Lydenburg.
• At the second set of traffic lights, turn left.
• This is a ring road that will take you out of town and onto the R36 towards the village of Ohrigstad.
• Once on this road you will head directly for Hoedspruit.
• Once in Hoedspruit, continue on straight through the town. You will go over a small bridge and then at the four way intersection you will turn right onto the R40.
• Head out of town for approximately 6km. Turn left at the Timbavati/Eastgate Airport road.
• You will go through a control gate and then head directly for the Timbavati Game Reserve Gate.
• 17km later look out for Josmacs Bush Pub on your right hand side.
• Right opposite Josmacs is the turn off left (dirt road) for the Klaserie Game Reserve and the Incheni Gate.
• Follow the signs to the Incheni Gate entrance for the Klaserie Game Reserve.
• Please Note: There is a Conservation levy of R100 per person and a vehicle entrance fee of R60 per vehicle. The entrance fee can only be confirmed at the time of making your reservation (Prices are subject to change)
• After entering, wait for Africa on Foot to meet you.
GPS: -24.530269 (latitude), 31.061681 (longitude)
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