Situated between the stunning Timbavati and Klaserie nature reserves, Gomo Gomo Game Lodge offers guests the very best of these two unique landscapes. Now part of the famous Greater Kruger National Park, Klaserie Nature Reserve is home to the Big Five, as well as hundreds of other species of bird and wildlife. The Lodge’s traversing area stretches across 8 000 hectares of land giving guests an unparalleled sense of this wonderful African scenery and biodiversity. The lodge runs daily game drives, the first of which being at dawn, the last at dusk, giving guests the opportunity to see the full range of game during their different times of activity.
Gomo Gomo is a delightful lodge offering warm African hospitality and authenticity. It’s small enough to have retained its intimacy and has a more personal feel than some of the larger camps in the area. The accommodation is fully furnished and every effort has been made to ensure guests enjoy home from home comforts while experiencing the great African wilderness. There is a range of accommodation options, from four two-bed chalets to a more family-friendly four-bed, each with a beautifully designed en suite bathroom.
The main area of the camp has been designed in a traditionally African style, the center of activity being around the evening boma log fire where guests convene to socialize and overlook the animals’ watering hole. Meals are served in the open thatched dining room in an informal, family-friendly setting, served by a small helpful team. There is a charming patio area set in the shade of an ancient Weeping Boer Bean tree and a glittering swimming pool for guests to cool off in during the hot summer days between game activities.
The game drives are led by enthusiastic, highly qualified field rangers each with a wealth of local information and insight to ensure a thrilling adventure. Guests can also join one of the bush walks to learn more about our fascinating varieties of flora and fauna, these walks often turn into an exhilarating opportunity to track game on foot – certainly not for the faint-hearted!