About Palala Kingfisher Cottage
Palala Kingfisher Cottage is situated within a privately owned 3000ha game reserve within the Waterberg area in the Limpopo Province. Kingfisher Cottage can sleep up to 10 people.
The main house can sleep six people. It has a bathroom, a lounge area with a fire place, a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with rockery, cutlery, a two-ring stove, a kettle and a toaster. All you need to bring is your own food, drinks and possibly ice. The two rondawels can each sleep two people and each rondawel has its own bathroom. Bath towels and bed linen will be provided.
Kingfisher also has a splash pool and a big braai area with a covered garage. Wood is available for purchase at R20 per bundle. Guided walks and game drives are available on request and are subject to availability due to Jembisa Lodge taking priority.
Come and stay here to escape to the peace and tranquillity of the bush. There is a wide diversity of game including leopard, hippo and crocodile. 7km of the beautiful Palala River winds through the middle of the reserve.
This malaria free reserve is only three hours from Johannesburg, is great for self-drive excursions and boasts abundant bird, giraffe, Burchell’s zebra, kudu, eland, impala, warthog, bush pig and much more.
Please not that 4x4 is not necessary to navigate the roads but a high clearance would be recommended.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Please note that 4x4 in not necessary to navigate the roads but a vehicle with high clearance would be recommended.
Stay between 14 Jul 2020 and 30 Nov 2020 and get 20% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 14 Jul 2020 and 30 Nov 2020)
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling