Reviews of Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve


"A nice little getaway"

(South Africa) SUBASH LALLOO | 10 June 2013

"I took my girlfriend away for a short weekend break to celebrate her birthday. We loved our accommodations: functional, cozy, and in a setting rarely found. Made from artificial rock to blend in with the natural landscape and rock formations.

The service during our stay was first class; all ..."

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"I took my girlfriend away for a short weekend break to celebrate her birthday. We loved our accommodations: functional, cozy, and in a setting rarely found. Made from artificial rock to blend in with the natural landscape and rock formations.

The service during our stay was first class; all the staff were friendly and went out of their way to make sure that our needs were attended to. The food was great and we especially liked the fact there were no long lines and preparation time was minimal.

Unfortunately, we felt that there were two couples with very unruly children who spoilt our 'getaway' experience. We were looking forward to a quiet, peaceful break away from the noise and stresses of the city. These parents did very little to rein their children in and so for this reason we felt we could not give our experience the full five stars. "


"Fantastic Get away"

(South Africa) Wilma Salida | 21 July 2008

"Kagga Kamma is an exceptionally well run establishment - the staff were fantastic and took care of our every needs. The views on the guided tours were exceptional and well worth it - we will definitely recommend it and cannot wait to go back... Thank you all so much!!!"


"Excellent stay"

(Belgium) Didier Neyt | 17 January 2007

"We had an excellent stay at Kagga Kamma. The panoramic views are spectacular, the service is outstanding and the quad drive thrilling. If you come to Kagga Kamma to spot a lot of game you may be dissapointed as game is not abundant and in many cases very well camouflaged in the area. The information..."

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"We had an excellent stay at Kagga Kamma. The panoramic views are spectacular, the service is outstanding and the quad drive thrilling. If you come to Kagga Kamma to spot a lot of game you may be dissapointed as game is not abundant and in many cases very well camouflaged in the area. The information you get when visiting the bushmen paintings is surprising and quite revealing.

Not to forget, there's an excellent choice of wines to go with the lapa braai. "


"Tranquility at journey's end"

(United Kingdom) Jeff Heenan-Davies | 30 December 2006

"After 40km on a dirt road you're thinking: 'This place had better be worth it.' Don't worry; it is. While the game spotting may be nothing to write home about, the scenery more than makes up for it and the amiable guides know their stuff. If you're not an early riser, skip the morning drive and go i..."

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"After 40km on a dirt road you're thinking: 'This place had better be worth it.' Don't worry; it is. While the game spotting may be nothing to write home about, the scenery more than makes up for it and the amiable guides know their stuff. If you're not an early riser, skip the morning drive and go in the evening. The sundowner experience on the escarpment is not to be missed. Dinner under the stars in the boma is magical; watching the sky run a sequence of enchanting blues into nightfall while the rocks around turn from crepuscular gold obelisks to brooding silhouettes. This is a peaceful, friendly place and I recommend it to those seeking to break their holiday routine with a few tranquil days away from the bustling tourist hotspots."


"Great Stay"

(South Africa) Adri | 6 April 2016

"We had a great time at the Kagga Kamma Game Reserve. Everything was really good, and they were also really friendly and helpful. We really loved our time there."


"Kagga Kamma Private Game Reserve"

(South Africa) anonymous | 19 May 2014

"The visit we had was 100% fine. Would surely book with Rooms For Africa again and would return to this Game Reserve again. "