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Kgalagadi Lodge

82 reviews


Only 5km (3.1 miles) from the Twee Rivieren gate of the Kgalagadi National Transfrontier Park, Kgalagadi Lodge offers the perfect affordable, alternative to staying in the national park. Our clean, fresh, modern style chalets and camping compliment the area.

We have a wide range of accommodation suitable for all guests, these include Luxury, Family, Standard, Business, Luxury Camp Chalets and Campsites each with own ablution. All chalets have air-conditioning, DSTV and outside braai facilities.

The lodge offers a shop with groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly baked bread, butchery, restaurant with mouth-watering meals, traditional South African Kalahari dishes with a modern twist.
Getaway Summary
Price (pp sharing)
R 125
Price (per unit)
R 4000 - R 4000
Price (single)
R 180
152 guests
Getaway Type:
  • Lodge

Guest Reviews

"Kgalagadi Lodge"
05 November 2018
Nathaniel Bruyns
"accommodation good,close to twee rivieren gate."
"Perfect position before entering Kgalagadi"
08 October 2018
Duncan Fletcher
"Once again this establishment lived up to its reputation. Very well situated with all amenities for self catering. Very clean and well worth recommending to other travellers"
"Clean, quite - lovely Place to be"
22 September 2018
Matthias Liebig
"The Chalet was very clean and the space is enough for 2 Persons"
06 August 2018
Lesley Myburg
"Originally wanted 2 luxury rooms but Lodge could only give us 2 Business chalets. They are adequate for a nights stay before or after a visit to Kgalagadi. Wouldn't want to stay in them for more than one night. The room is open plan including the shower & basin (Loo is private). Room had 2 single beds, bedside tables, lamps etc. No extra blankets and when asked I was told they only had duvets. It was a very cold night but there is an aircon so at least you can warm up that way. Electric blankets or any blanket would be nice. There's a fridge & kettle in the room and they give you a pack of instant coffee, tea bags etc when you book in. There is a stoep (verandah) with 2 chairs & table and an area where you can prep food with a sink as well. Round the corner from the chalets is a braai areaWe ate at the restaurant that night and food was very good. The calamari is possibly the best I've tasted. My husband said the skaap stertjies (A Kalahari delicacy of lambs tails)are also very good. For ,Mains 3 of us opted for steaks which were also good as was the curry.Breakfast was adequate but not too keen on the sausage choice of russian or wors.The shop is well stocked with a choice of fresh veg & fruit, cheeses, butter etc as well as tinned goods, rice, mealie meal etc so if you've forgotten anything before entering the Park you can stock up there. There was also a freezer full of lamb & game meat. Ice & firewood tooAll in all a pleasant but cold stay. We would stay at the Lodge again but would definitely book the self catering chalets on top of the dune (which we went & looked at in the morning) instead of the business chalets at the bottom."
18 July 2018
Hannelie Van Zyl
"We truly enjoyed our stay at Kgalagadi Lodge.The accommodation was wonderful, clean, beautiful and the service was excellent. Thank you to the manager and staff at Kgalagadi Lodge."
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