THE KAINGO EXPERIENCE
Proudly Conservationist. Uniquely Waterberg. Incomparably Kaingo.
Kaingo offers a remarkable landscape and no two Kaingo experiences are the same. That’s because the way you see and touch this magical place will be shaped by your particular interests. Every Kaingo visit is a true journey to the heart of an inspired conservation vision, and a reserve that’s surreal in its diversity and magnitude.
Whether game drive, bush walk, river cruise, or participation in a conservation activity, there is never enough time to exhaust the many ways there are to love this place.
Unique experiences of the bushveld and exciting close-up game viewing under the expert guidance of qualified field guides
Several opportunities exist to participate hands-on with various research and conservation activities.
An intimate encounter with nature and wildlife as you feel Africa underfoot on a guided bush walk with a highly trained field guide.
Ornithologists and bird watching hobbyists alike are treated to more than 250 bird species including African finfoot and Narina trogon.
With hundreds of images spread across 15 sites, Kaingo offers the biggest variety of Waterberg rock art and archaeological finds dating to the Stone Age.
13 kilometres of Mokolo river with excellent fishing and photographic opportunities. Cruise the river aboard the Kaingo barge, a solar powered vessel.