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KA'INGO IN LIMPOPO JOINS AFRICAN PRIDE - 07 August 2006
Ka'Ingo Private Reserve, the 5-star lodge situated in the heart of the Limpopo bushveld, has joined African Pride superior deluxe hotels, lodges and country houses' portfolio. "With the addition of Ka'Ingo Private Reserve to our luxury portfolio, we now have three deluxe game reserve properties to offer under the African Pride umbrella," said Danny Bryer, Group Sales and Marketing Director for Protea Hotels. The property is located in the Waterberg Biosphere and boasts three clearly identified topographies; flat savannah fields, hill area and a mountainous region. Ka'Ingo is only 3 hours' drive from Johannesburg.
With over 30 larger game species and more than 4500 heads of game, including the Big-5, as well as a prolific bird life with more than 250 species inhabiting the area, Ka'Ingo is a peaceful sanctuary.
Renowned for the unique character and individual ambience of its two accommodation facilities, both the Ka'Ingo Main Lodge with its 12 chalets and the more secluded River Lodge with its 9 units, boast unique Bushveld architecture and deluxe finishes. All bedrooms are en-suite with inviting pools and lush gardens. The Main Lodge features an impressive cycad collection and an elegant lapa with bar and sunken fire pit. The River Lodge perches on the banks of the mighty Mokolo River with a wooden deck stretching out across this watering hole of a myriad of game.
Activities available at Ka'Ingo Private Reserve include, game drives, bird watching, African bush braai, bush wine tastings, behind the scenes game experiences, spa treatments, ethnic dancing rituals and guided walks. Bush braais at exotic venues such as Leopard Creek, Ka'Ingo beach and Pride Rock, as well as cultural excursions to the well-preserved San and Bapedi rock paintings, are available to GUESTS. There is a 1.2 kilometer enclosed landing strip, heli pad and arrivals hall on the property. Further information is available on www.africanpridehotels.com/kaingo.