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Walking and biking

Walking on Kololo
Biking on Kololo
Biking Kololo Game Reserve
Biking on Kololo
Walking on Kololo
Walking on Kololo

Walk or bike among the wild animals!

Because there are no dangerous animals on Kololo, you can freely go and explore, on your own, on foot or mountain bike the marked trails, varying from 2 to 15 km in length.

Not used to being in the bush by yourself? Our qualified rangers are more than happy to guide you on a bush walk. Our rangers will show you as many animals as possible and help identify the different animals, birds, tracks and plants during your walk.

No dangerous animals reside on Kololo

Classified as a safe game reserve in Limpopo it means that there are no dangerous animals living on Kololo. This makes Kololo the perfect place to go walking and biking! Guests are free to explore the many walking trails (from 2 – 15 km), either on foot or by mountain bike. You can spend hours identifying the flora and fauna in the reserve, surrounded only by sounds and sights of nature. There are 3 biking and walking trails on Kololo Game Reserve. Smaller bikes are available for children.

Why go walking or biking?

Kololo is the only reserve in the Waterberg area that provides biking facilities. Hiking and cycling are unique experiences because it brings you closer to nature and animals. Without a car you can better hear the sounds of nature, see smaller details that you would miss sitting in a car and experience nature like the animals. In the morning you and your family can be biking or swimming in the streams on Kololo while looking at animals and in the afternoon you can join the Big Five Safari into Welgevonden looking for the Big Five (Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo). A great, adventurous and sporty day.

- Explore the many trails (from 2 to 15 km) on your own, on foot or by mountain bike
R 195 p.p. Hiking with the Ranger