Gomo Gomo Game Lodge is a private and intimate camp situated in the prestigious Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, giving you best traverse viewing. The Klaserie now forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park with a common unfenced boundary. Our traversing area is approximately 6000 hectares (14800 acres) of the reserves, offering guests varied landscapes with an excellent possibility of coming face to face with the Big 5 (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino) and numerous other mammals and bird species in their natural habitat.
Early morning, late afternoon and evening game drives are conducted in open 4×4 Land Rovers with qualified and experienced field rangers and trackers, ensuring an exciting and informative safari. An optional guided bush walk will open up the fascinating world of some of South Africa's intricate ecosystems with its varied fauna and flora. Guests are accommodated in fully furnished, brick and thatch chalets all with en-suite facilities and power points. Accommodation options vary: there are 4 x 2 bed chalets (1 room, double or single beds and luxurious bathroom) or 4 x 4 bed family chalets (2 rooms, 1 double bed and 2 single beds and shared luxurious bathroom).
Breakfast and lunch are served in the open thatched dining room overlooking the watering hole, while dinner is served in traditional African style around a log fire in the boma.Our friendly and efficient staff will endeavour to make your stay at Gomo Gomo the highlight of your visit to our diverse and interesting country. During the day guests can relax on the patio in the shade of a century-old Weeping Boer Been tree or cool down in the swimming pool. At night the camp is transformed into an African wonderland with kerosene flares, creating a true safari ambience.
There are daily scheduled flights on from Johannesburg to Eastgate Airport, Hoedspruit (±40 minutes drive from the lodge). Road transfers to and from the airport can be arranged on request. It takes approximately 7 hours to drive from Johannesburg to Gomo Gomo, and exposes travelers to beautifully scenic parts of South Africa's Mpumalanga & Limpopo provinces. Dress code is bushveld casual and lightweight. During winter months (May to August) warm clothes are needed early morning and at night. A hat, sunscreen, mosquito repellant, flashlight and binoculars are recommended as is precaution against malaria.
From R 1,480.00 per person sharing per night, incl. of all meals and game drives
Children are welcome