Kololo Game Reserve
Kololo, Limpopo

Kololo, Limpopo

Kololo, Limpopo

Kololo, Limpopo

Kololo, Limpopo

Kololo, Limpopo

Kololo, Limpopo


With 12 upmarket chalets positioned in the pristine bushveld, privacy and relaxation are guaranteed. The restaurant and bar has two lookout decks providing unparalleled views of the bush. Mouth-watering dishes are served by the resident gourmet chef. In addition, there is a large heated swimming pool, a resident game ranger offering guests both game drives and walks, babysitting services, ADSL/Internet access, air charter flights, airport transfers and disabled facilities.

Garden Chalets
Situated on beautiful lawns and surrounded by acacia trees are the 3 Garden Chalets. Each Garden Chalet sleeps 2 and has an open-plan sleeping/living area with an en-suite bathroom. A fully equipped, open-plan kitchen on the verandah and the garden barbeque area are ideal for those wanting to experience an authentic outdoor African meal in bushveld surroundings.

Bush Chalets
The 3 Bush Chalets are hidden in the lush African bush. Bushbuck and impala are often seen grazing amongst these chalets early in the morning. The chalets are situated within close proximity to the swimming pool and restaurant. Each Bush Chalet sleeps 2 and has an open-plan sleeping/living area with en-suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchen.

King's and Queen's Chalets
Set against the Kololo mountains, these are the most luxurious of our lodges. Enjoy splendid, uninterrupted views over the African plains of Welgevonden Game Reserve and spot roaming elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and other wildlife. Beautifully furnished, both chalets have large living areas with television, open plan fully equipped kitchens, terraces and barbeque facilities. King's Chalet has a private swimming pool and boma and has 3 double en-suite bedrooms. Smaller in size, Queen's Chalet has 1 double en-suite bedroom and a sleeper couch in the living area.

Leopard's Den Chalet
Overlooking rolling green lawns and the Kololo Mountains, Our completely renovated and newly furbished Leopard's Den is a thatched, family chalet with a large wrap-around wooden deck and a private swimming pool. Tastefully decorated, boasts a boma and barbeque facilities and a large comfortable living area with a fireplace. Sleeping 8, the chalet has 3 double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom. This chalet is only available on Full Board basis.

Oom Piet's Chalet
Oom Piet's Chalet is the original restored farm house, built in 1916. Sleeping 4, it has 2 spacious bedrooms, comprising of 1 double and 1 twin room. Relax with a book or spot game from the large veranda, overlooking rolling green lawns, which lead down to the river and swimming pool. Resident antelope can be found peacefully grazing in front of the veranda, seemingly oblivious to guests seated there. Tastefully decorated, Oom Piet's Chalet has its own fully equipped kitchen and living room.

River Chalets
Situated within close proximity to the swimming pool and restaurant, and overlooking the Kololo river and mountains are two luxury thatched lodges. Positioned to create a secluded ambience, these private chalets are ideal for honeymoon couples. Each River Chalet sleeps 2 and has an open-plan sleeping/living area with an en-suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchen.

Kololo's superb restaurant facility is ideal for the smaller break away conference groups of up to 40. Kololo is the ideal venue for an authentic African Safari themed wedding or special event. Our restaurant is available for wedding receptions and can accommodate up to 90 guests seated in the restaurant and on the look-out decks. Full catering and bar service available.

The Game Reserve:
Kololo Game Reserve is home to a wide variety of both large and small antelope species, giraffe, zebra, monkeys, baboons, bushpig and warthog. Over 300 different bird species are indigenous to the area making this a birders paradise. Indigenous shrubs and trees abound and form an integral part of the food source for the animal species living in the area. 84 different species of trees are listed and many of these are identified along the walking and cycling routes of Kololo. Wild flowers and grasses cover the bushveld and over 500 species of plants have been recorded in the Waterberg plateau providing a colourful canvas for mother nature.

Activities & attractions:
Kololo is fairly centrally placed in the Waterberg area, allowing visitors to explore a wide range of attractions on either day trips or short excursions. These include many options for Big 5 game viewing, horse and elephant back safari's, visits to the cheetah research project, the rhino museum, and trips to Sun City, and excellent golfing options at both the Gary Player course at Sun City and the Peter Matkovich golf courses at Elements.

Social Investment:
Dutch born owners of Kololo Game Reserve, Ton and Yvonne Jansen, are very committed to the upliftment and development of both the people that are employed by them and the area that surrounds them. They have several social investment projects in the Vaalwater area that they support and these include education for underprivileged children and financial support and care for the local hospice that treat HIV / AIDS children.


BirdLife South Africa: Birder Friendly Establishment  Limpopo Tourism & Parks Board