Little Garonga is the ideal safari venue to take your family on Safari in the greater Kruger National park area. Little Garonga consists of the Hambleden suite consisting of a Ensuite Double bed overlooking a pool and the bushveld. The kids room has two single beds and its own bathroom and both bedrooms feed into a lounge area.

For the extended family the self contained double bed Buckingham and Chiltern suites complete the lodge accommodation which all surround the main living area of Little Garonga. With full exclusivity at little Garonga your family can enjoy their own safari lodge while still being part of all the facilities of the main camp. This includes their own private safari vehicle and guide/tracker team.

Please note: Kids 6-16 are complimentary at Little Garonga.

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A luxury safari experience at Garonga Safari Co. replenishes mind, body and soul. Garonga Safari Camp, Little Garonga and MCH are safari camps in South Africa, hidden away in the Greater Makalali Private Game Reserve. This is prime Big 5 wildlife territory located west of the Kruger National Park. Special indulgences celebrate our ‘safari for the soul’ ethos and make this an unforgettable retreat.

Your own lodge manager

he bush bath close to the lodge

A yoga deck

Your own lodge staff

Lodge swimming pool, fire pit and main lodge area

Your own safari guide

Independent lodge area where kids can discover the beauty of nature

Massage Sala and the main lodge is a short walk away


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Game drives are at the heart of the Garonga experience, allowing you to encounter the Big 5 and other wildlife up close. Your stay will typically include a morning and afternoon game drive in our open-air Land Rovers. Two of our experienced and qualified guides will lead you through the bush, impressing you with their knowledge of the great variety of wildlife in the reserve. Their tracking skills are exceptional, giving them the advantage of locating animals based on their recent movements and enabling your safari sightings dreams to come true. On a morning game drive, as the animals are waking up, tuck into tea, coffee and snacks in the bush. Then, in the late afternoon, sip on a cocktail or glass of wine as the sun slowly dips below the horizon. In addition to the Big 5 (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, and rhino), look out for cheetah, spotted hyena, black rhino, African wild dog, hippos, crocodiles, diverse plains animals and colourful birdlife.