Only 5 km (3.1 miles) from the gate of the Kgalagadi National Transfrontier Park, the Kgalagadi Lodge
offers the perfect affordable, alternative to stay in the national park. Our clean, fresh style compliments the area and bring together the vast array of cultures in the desert.
Strategically placed, our chalets make every morning a special treat. Seeing the sun rise from your front porch is an unforgettable experience, and this alone will make you want to return.
Then, when the sun sets in the evening and everything turns red, your seat on the dune, a few steps behind your chalet will surely make for a brilliant photo opportunity - memories that will stay with you for as long as you live.
Accommodation at Kgalagadi Lodge:
All rooms are full self catering units with DSTV (selected channels) and air-conditioning.
Family chalet - Suiable for 1-5 people
Luxury chalet - Suitable for 2 adults and 2 children under the age of 12
Standard chalet - Suitable for 2 people
Budget chalet - Suitable for 2 people
Campsite 4 star - Suitable for 1-6 people
A shop with groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly baked bread everyday, butchery, bakery, liquor store, restaurant with mouth watering meals, not only the fancy stuff but traditional South African Kalahari dishes.
Kgalagadi Lodge Activities:
- Game drives done by Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
- 4x4 self drive route (20 km from lodge)
- Dune Surfing (20 km from lodge)
- Educational walks (25 km from lodge)
- Photograpic safaris
Kgalagadi Lodge Map:
Health & Climate:
Malaria free area
We camped at Kgalagadi Lodge for 3 days and thoroughly enjoyed the experience, comfortable with our own ablutions and the fact that we could just nip over to the Kgalagadi Game reserve for the day. Thank you.
It was great to stay here. On arrival there was problems with the business chalet were we should stay. Instead we receive a a more expensive chalet. That was great service.
Guest Rating: (33 reviews)
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per unit, Max: 2