Children aged 12 years and older are welcome. Adult rates apply.
The suites are set on stilted wooden decks built on an elevated riverbank. Wooden walkways connect the suites to each other and the main lodge area. At night, oil lanterns illuminate the walkways to create subtle light and ambience.
All suites are air conditioned and have a well-stocked minibar, Wi-Fi, hair dryer, tea/coffee making facilities and lock-up safe..
Breakfast and lunch are served under a canopy of thatch, while dinner is usually enjoyed in the rustic outdoor boma, around a roaring open fire (depending on the weather, dinner may also be served indoors).
The lodge has a rim flow pool with sun loungers.
All major credit cards are accepted.
The Kapama Wellness Centre has 6 treatment rooms. This is situated at Kapama River Lodge and guests can be transferred here by arrangement. There is also a state-of-the-art mini gym here too.
A sleepout can be pre-booked. This is on a raised platform which is furnished with an oversized bed with mosquito netting. It’s completely safe, while being surrounded by only wilderness and wildlife. The platform and luxury bathroom underneath are both animalproof, but both a two-way radio and cellular phone are supplied for additional peace of mind. With a flush toilet, shower and his and hers basins, the bathroom has all comforts catered for. You’ll arrive before sunset to watch the changing colours of evening and sip a sundowner. The experience continues with a 5 course dinner served to you by a personal chef at an intimate table for two on the platform. Or you can enjoy dinner at the lodge and arrive at the sleep-out venue afterwards. By night, it will be encircled by a ring of golden lantern light. Your private night in the African bush continues until after dawn, when you will call your ranger by radio to transfer you back to the lodge. An appointed pick-up time may also be arranged in advance.
Your rate includes a Conservation Levy which goes towards the conservation efforts and the work of the Anti-Poaching Unit in their on-going wildlife protection efforts in Kapama Game Reserve and the surrounding area.