About OuKlip Game Lodge
OuKlip Game Lodge was named after popular rock formations in the area. It is situated in the malaria-free Dinokeng Big Five Game Reserve, which covers an area more than 18500ha in total.
The reserve is approximately 50 km from Pretoria next to the N1 near Hammanskraal. This privately owned eco-lodge will provide a memorable stay for tourist and families. Discover comfort, personal attention, and excellent value for money.
OuKlip Game Lodge consists of fourteen luxury self-catering tent houses each able to accommodate up to four guests. This game lodge is unique in the sense that it is possible to spot the Big Five from your own tent and boma. It is perfect for getaways from the rush of city life.
Enjoy an outdoor experience in beautiful indigenous bushveld that will help you relax and spend quality time with friends and family around a campfire under the cosmos of stars.
Safari: We offer guest an excellent safari experience with luxury glamping safari tents and boma situated in the middle of the bushveld.
Covid Safety Approved: Temperature monitoring Hand sanitizing stations Staff will have COVID-19 PPE protective gear when close to clients Cleaning and washing will be according to regulations Accommodation will be empty for a minimum of 48 hours between guest check-in
Self-drive Safari Package: Being in the centre of the Big 5 Dinokeng Game Reserve we offer our guest the option of self-drives within the reserve where the guest can drive around with their own vehicles.
Guided Safaris: We offer our guest guided safaris in open game drive vehicles where a guide will take you around and give you loads of information about the bush, animals and surroundings.
Family Safaris: With our luxury tents being spacious we can comfortably accommodate families on a family safari experience.
Rates inclusive of Tourism levy
excluding Dinokeng Game Reserve Conservation fee being once-off
Reviews for OuKlip Game Lodge112 guest reviews Reviews of
5 out of 5 stars
OuKlip Game Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling