Bushveld explorers get in touch with their wild side at the foot of the Murchison Mountain Range with accommodation for two, including breakfast and a game drive at Kilima Private Game Reserve & Spa.
Choose between these options:
- R1 199 for a one-night stay for two
- R2 199 for a two-night stay for two
- R3 199 for a three-night stay for two
Sharing and including breakfast and daily game drives
The Hotel at a Glance
At the foot of the Murchison Mountain Range sits Kilima Private Game Reserve and Spa, encouraging guests to experience the African bush, wildlife, forests and grasslands that make it so unique, while enjoying the comfort and style of a world-class accommodation. Guests are encouraged to make use of the expansive sitting room which features a cosy fireplace and a small library.
A boma with a resident telescope enables guests to stargaze, or watch the wildlife that frequent the waterhole nearby. When it comes to the wildlife of Africa, Kilima prides itself in offering unique viewing experiences that allow guests to get up close with the majestic animals. Game drives and game walks are headed up by a skilled and experienced ranger or tracker who will give guests the best chance of viewing the wildlife, while munching on snacks and sipping on drinks provided by the Reserve. In the lapa guests are able to watch their favourite game or catch a movie on the TV or have sundowner in the bar area. There is also a well-equipped kitchen in the lapa as well as a dining area and pool table for some post game-drive relaxation.
- Expansive sitting room which features a cosy fireplace and a small library
- A boma with a resident telescope enables guests to stargaze
- Game drives and walks headed up by a skilled tracker
- Lapa with TV, bar area, dining area and a pool table
- Swimming pool
The thatched en-suite rooms are air-conditioned for comfort on hot summer days, and are all set a few metres away from a sparkling communal swimming pool, a lapa and the bar.
- Thatched en-suite rooms with air-conditioning
- Large stoep for languorous afternoons
- Mini bar
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Limpopo
The northernmost province of South Africa, Limpopo is known for its beauty and culture, as well as the grand Limpopo River that flows through the entire province. A land of beautiful and contrasting landscapes, Limpopo has it all - scenic beauty with both natural and man-made attractions, rich cultural heritage and an abundance of wildlife.
Home to the Kruger National Park – the largest and oldest national park in Africa and home to Elephants, Rhinos, Buffaloes, Lions and Leopards and more – as well as the Cave of Hearths, one of two places in the world that is home to a range of artefacts still intact from the Stone Age, spectacular mountain scenery to please hikers, climbers and bikers, there’s something for travellers of all leanings to enjoy.
Home to one of the most important archaeological sites in South Africa, 35 000 hectares of some of the most beautiful terrain in South Africa and a variety of nature reserves, Limpopo makes the ideal place for a holiday.