Kagga Kamma

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Kagga Kamma Private Game Reserve South Africa is located in an untouched wilderness area south of the magnificent Cederberg mountains, three hours from Cape Town near Ceres, South Africa. The reserve is well known for its scenic beauty and dramatic rock formations typical of the Cedarberg, has a rich cultural heritage with hundreds of Bushman/San rock paintings or rock art of up to 6000 years old and is a unique safari in South Africa


Bushmen Lodge offers a choice of accommodation; there are five spacious en suite thatched rondavels, suitable for families with children. There are also ten unique 'cave suites'; these have a private terrace, en suite bathrooms and twin beds. Built against the mountain, the buildings blend perfectly with the surrounding landscape, to the point of almost being invisible.


The lodge has a restaurant for breakfast and lunch and an outdoor lapa for dinner under the starlit night skies. There is a cosy bar and an outdoor garden perfect for relaxing and sipping a cool drink. Interesting rock formations surrounds the sparkling swimming pool. A well-stocked curio shop is available to purchase that essential souvenir of your stay. The Health and Beauty Spa offers a wide range of treatments including deluxe manicures and pedicures, hot stone therapy and luxury facials.


On the San Cultural Tour guests can appreciate the ancient Bushman living sites at first hand and get an in-depth interpretation of the rock paintings from one of the expert guides. On guided open 4x4 safaris guests can also learn more about the various species of plants and animals that inhabit this arid area, experience the Southern night skies by powerful telescope and enjoy a sundowner with spectacular views from the escarpment into the Ceres-Karoo lying 700m lower. Guided quad bike safaris takes you to some remote, inaccessible parts of the reserve while powering your own bike.

Spend your free time hiking on one of the hiking trails or bird watching.

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