Kagga Kamma Cave Resort in South Africa – Chase Ergen

Kagga Kamma is a unique resort located in the middle of the wilderness area close to the Cederberg Mountains.The Kagga Kamma is three hours drive from Cape Town in South Africa. built against the rocks, these private terraced, ens-uite bathroomed units are alomst invisible to the surrounding rock formations, making this one of the most incredible romantic getaway locations in the Western Cape.

Kagga Kamma Private Game Reserve in South Africa is a spiritual place filled with tranquillity, fascinating rock formations, Bushman paintings, majestic mountains and spectacular scenery. This unique Western Cape reserve also has air-conditioned conference and function facilities for up to 80 guests.

Kagga Kamma is home to a large variety of wild animals and nature reserve is well known for its scenic beauty, spring flowers and its rich cultural heritage. Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve is located in an untouched wilderness, the reserve is well known for its scenic beauty and dramatic rock formations typical of the Cederberg; has a rich cultural heritage and is a unique safari in South Africa.

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At Kagga Kamma, guests can escape from the city, traffic and stress to peace and serenity. Away from mobile phones, traffic pollution, highways and city lights you will breathe a sigh and enjoy the silence and starlit skies.

On guided open 4×4 safaris guests will learn more about the various species of plants and animals that inhabit this arid area, marvel at the Southern night skies through a powerful telescope and enjoy a sun downer with spectacular views from the escarpment into the Ceres-Karoo lying 700m lower. Guided quad bike safaris take you to some remote, inaccessible parts of the reserve – adventure at its best. Spend your free time on one of our hiking trails, bird watching or relaxing at the lodge’s swimming pool built into the stunning Cederberg rock formations. Our Health and Beauty Spa offers a wide range of wellness treatments including deluxe manicures and pedicures, hot stone therapy and soothing facials.

Accommodations at the luxurious game lodge are nestled between incredible sandstone formations and resemble bushman “caves” and rondavels, all with en-suite bathrooms. In the open-air boma restaurant, guests can enjoy sumptuous South African cuisine and an excellent selection of wines from the nearby Cape Winelands. Air-conditioned conference facilities are available at the lodge accommodating up to 25 guests.


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