Kwagga's Pride guest house prides itself on making time stand still, offering a magnificent escape from the frenetic pace of the city.
This four-star guest house is located deep in the African bushveld among the rhino, giraffe and eland 30 minutes outside of. Situated in the Kwagga’s Drift Conservancy, the wilderness around the guest house is home to over 350 species of birds, making nature trails an absolute favourite among bird lovers.
The guest house provides accommodation in luxurious en-suite rooms with African-style decoration, including animal pelt carpets and spotted quilts. The rooms have their own patios overlooking the resort swimming pool and volleyball court. The suites are fully serviced and equipped with all the modern conveniences, including DStv, braai areas and internet access.
There is also the option of log cabins and campsites. Delicious home-style catering is available upon request, including continental breakfasts.
Kwagga's Pride offers game drives on which guests can see wild zebra, waterbuck, warthog, springbok, red hartebeest, rooibok, steenbok, kudu, giraffe, gemsbok, eland, wildebeest, blesbok and rhino.
You’ll also notice the abundance of conservation and energy saving at Kwagga's Pride. There’s a strong ethos of environmental responsibility, recycling and development of the local community.
Kwagga's Pride also offers fully serviced conferencing facilities for up to 18 delegates in a stylish boardroom, supplemented by a unique lapa ideal for open-air team building and family reunions.
Kwagga's Pride is also a gorgeous location for an intimate wedding of up to 40 guests. In addition, there are numerous historical locations nearby, including the Union Buildings, the imposing Voortrekker Monument, botanical gardens and the diamond mines in Cullinan.
Alternatively, why not try a round of golf or a hot-air balloon safari?