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About Bakgatla Resort

Bakgatla Resort is located at the foot of the Garamoga Hill in the Pilanesberg National Park. It offers guests a choice of staying in one of the lovely Chalets and Executive Safari Tents, or to make use of the campgrounds.Each air-conditioned Chalet sleeps five guests and consists of a main bedroom with a double bed and a loft room with three single beds. The rooms share the use of a bathroom and the unit is equipped with a TV with DStv and a kitchenette.Each Executive Safari Tent is furnished with two three-quarter beds and has an en-suite bathroom. Cots are available on request and some of the campsites and all of the caravan sites have electric points. The sites share the use of ablutions facilities and the caravan sites have parking space for two vehicles per site.The lodge has an on-site restaurant, superette and laundromat. The lodge also has conference facilities and children will play to their hearts content on the rolling lawns and the children’s playground, which has a trampoline. Various activities such as hiking, games drives, balloon safaris and bush braais and breakfasts can be arranged. Guests will see more than 35 species of large mammals, including the Big Five and over 300 species of birds.

Family friendly: Play ground and kids swimming pool.

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Satellite TV*
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Conference Venues
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Tswana (Setswana)

Grading

  • AA Recommended
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

Important Information

Prices quoted are per units per night. Accommodation amount excludes park gate entrance fees.

There is a key deposit charge of R 300.00, payable on check-in at reception.

Prices quoted for chalet are per night .Children 4- 11 years stay at no charge and pay R 85,00 for breakfast...
Important Information

Prices quoted are per units per night. Accommodation amount excludes park gate entrance fees.

There is a key deposit charge of R 300.00, payable on check-in at reception.

Prices quoted for chalet are per night .Children 4- 11 years stay at no charge and pay R 85,00 for breakfast only

Pets are not allowed at the resort.


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Specials

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  • 1 night min stay (check-in between 01 May 2020 and 31 Jul 2020)

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  • 1 night min stay (check-in between 05 Jan 2020 and 31 Mar 2020)

Bakgatla Resort Rooms

Reviews for Bakgatla Resort

111 guest reviews Reviews of

3.5 out of 5 stars
5 star
27
4 star
37
3 star
30
2 star
11
1 star
6
Frank Odenthal
13 January 2020

The camp as well as the game park seem to have seen better times. No matter where you look, maintenance is required big time. The pool I have to mention separately. It was disgusting I do not even want to know on what I stepped on different occasions. . Apart from that it is still a nice location with quick access to Pilanesberg.

Glen Terry
13 January 2020

Having to pay four times to enter the park gates kind of spoilt the fun of an early morning drive.Previoulsly we paid gate entrance once off.

Petronella Mostert
13 January 2020

We really enjoyed our stay. Staff were very friendly and helpfull . The facilities were neat and clean. Great fun.

Johan Pansegrouw
12 January 2020

Cams site is looked after. Great value for money. Be aware that Bakgatla is not part of Pilanesberg therefore you need to pay extra to enter the game reserve.

Levona Lindt
11 January 2020

Everything about the resort is excellent

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Bakgatla Resort is 8.9km from the centre of Pilanesberg Game Reserve , the nearest airport 16km (Pilanesberg International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling