Children aged 13 years and older are welcome. Children under the age of 16 years are not allowed on bush walks.
All rooms have a balcony/deck, mosquito nets, luggage racks and a room safe. The bathrooms are en-suite and have showers only (no baths). There is a pedestal fan in each room plus electrical outlets. Each room also has an air horn in case of emergency.
The lodge has Wi-Fi in the lounge area. There is a small splash pool with a decking area. The lodge has a fully stocked bar and a small library area stocked with reading material.
There are no fences around the camp, so take care when walking from your chalet to the main lodge area and back.
Credit cards are accepted at the camp for additional purchases.
All morning and afternoon game drives are conducted in open 4x4 Toyota Land Cruisers which are perfect for photographic and video opportunities. The morning game drive leaves about 05:30 to 06:00 in the morning and you return after about 3 hours for breakfast at the lodge. The afternoon game drives generally leaves at 16:00 and include late afternoon game spotting, a sundowner stop and a game drive that continues into the evening, returning to the lodge normally around 19:00 or a bit later.
Of guests are interested a bush walk after breakfast can be arranged. All walking safaris are led by qualified rangers who have had intensive specialised training in approaching dangerous game. A bush walk will allow you to track animals on foot and learn what types of tracks various species leave when traversing the bush. Bush walks are a great way to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Africa.
All guests need to present their passport to allow entry into the reserve.
Like neighbouring reserves, the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve has had to significantly increase anti-poaching measures in order to protect not only rhino but other vulnerable species as well. As such, the rate for guests visiting the reserve now includes a Bed Levy, which goes towards ensuring that the reserve remains in pristine condition and helps to ensure the reduction of the camps carbon footprint, as well as a Conservation Levy which is used to subsidise anti-poaching efforts, further develop smart fences, pay additional teams, contribute to the cost of all counter poaching flights, and purchase new equipment to ensure the continual protection of vulnerable species with the reserve.
Bush Walks / Walking Safaris
Children under the age of 16 years are not permitted on guided bush walks in the reserve. The final decision on whether a guest can join a guided bush walk remains with the guide and camp manager.