FAQ

How do I get to your Reserve?

We are remote which is part of the attraction to this magical reserve. There are 2 options, either charter a plane from Johannesburg and land on a neighbouring reserve. From the airstrip the drive with your guide is ±40 minutes, 30 minutes of this is in the reserve! Option 2 is to fly into Kimberley Airport on a commercial flight. From here it is a 5 hour drive with our preferred chauffeur company. This is the most affordable option.

What does your tariff include? Are there any hidden costs?

All that is excluded in the fee per person is alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, bottled water, optional fly camping experience $550 per group, gratuities and curio shop. Optional donation to the Rhino anti-poaching team of $250.

What to pack?

October to April the weather is warm to hot. Our coldest months are May to end August. We will advise each group of packing requirements in advance.

Is there anything I need to know about travelling to South Africa?

There is no malaria in this area making it a perfect family destination. Check with your doctor regarding vaccinations. There are some countries which require a visa to enter South Africa, check these details with your travel agent or airline well in advance.

Details about the lodge. Can accommodate 8 to 10 guests  sharing. Each room is air-conditioned as is the lodge dining area, lounge, bar and tv lounge. Each room has bathrooms attached with inside and outside shower, massive bath tub, toilet and hand basin. 2 rooms share a common sitting/lounge area with fireplace, bar fridge, coffee/tea station and small verandah. The upstairs bar area has a pool table, large satellite TV and a porch overlooking a busy waterhole. The downstairs lounge is warmed in winter by a glowing fire and comfy leather couches provide a cosy area to read a book, relax and even take a nap. The main lodge area (dining area, lounge, curio shop and upstairs bar) is completely air-conditioned.

Conserving and protecting wildlife in Africa, particularly White and Black Rhino requires 24/7, 365 days of the year anti-poaching efforts. Our APU (Anti-poaching Unit) is one of the most experienced teams that exists. All the dedicated men on the ground have epic military histories and so far their passion, commitment and expertise has paid off and to date we have not lost a rhino. This is an accomplishment that cannot be boasted anywhere else in Africa. This all comes at a huge expense so please consider a small donation towards this crucial effort of protecting our rhino and other wildlife.