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Gomo Gomo Game Lodge is a private and intimate camp situated in the prestigious Greater Kruger National Park, with a common unfenced border. Our traversing area is approximately 6000 hectares (14800 acres) of the reserve 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 and late afternoon / evening game drives are conducted in open 4 X 4 Land Rovers with well qualified and experienced field guides and trackers who will ensure an exciting and informative safari. An optional bushwalk with your field guide will open up the world of some of South Africa’s intricate ecosystems with its varied fauna and flora. During the day guests can relax on the deck in the shade of a century old Leadwood tree or cool down in the plunge pool. At night the camp is lit by kerosene flares and storm lanterns, which contributes to the true bush safari ambience and experience. Breakfast and lunch are served on the deck in an open thatched-roofed lapa overlooking the river, while dinner is served traditional African style around a log fire in our boma. During the day guests can relax on the deck in the shade of a century old Leadwood tree or cool down in the plunge pool. At night the camp is lit by kerosene flares and, which contribute to the true bush safari ambience and experience. Our friendly and efficient staff will endeavor to make your stay at Gomo Gomo a highlight in your visit to our diverse and interesting country.
Guests are accommodated in fully furnished, brick and thatch chalets all with en-suite facilities, and electricity. 4 x 4 bed family chalets 4 x 2 bed chalets All with en-suite facilities and electricity
Rates Include: Accommodation, 3 meals, tea & coffee, morning game drive, afternoon / evening game drive, bushwalk and 14% VAT. Rates Exclude: Beverages / bar, Conservation levy, optional extras Entrance fees payable: Per vehicle upon entering the Timbavati Private Nature reserve. Per person Conservation levy also payable at the Lodge.
Clothing and Accessories: Dress code is bushveld casual and lightweight, but a sweater may be required. During the winter, June, July and August, warm clothes are necessary during the early morning and at night. A hat, sunscreen, flashlight and binoculars are highly recommended. Health: Precautions against malaria is necessary, kindly consult your pharmacist. Climate: Winter: May to September is mild to pleasant during daytime. However, nights can be cold, warm clothing is recommended. Summer: October to April - is hot to very hot with occasional rainfall. Protection from the sun is necessary. Arrival & Departure: It is recommended that guests check in at the lodge between 12:00 and 14:00 as lunch is served at 14:30 and it gives one time to settle in before afternoon/evening safari. Departure after breakfast by 11:00.