Kieuw Game Ranch
About Kieuw Game Ranch
Kieuw Game Ranch is situated in the heart of the Limpopo bushveld and sweeping views across a tranquil waterhole create a sentiment of feeling good as soon as you arrive.
The ranch offers guests a choice of staying in one of five comfortable rooms furnished with double or single beds and the en-suite bathrooms consist of showers only. Fresh linen and bedding are provided and for your convenience the rooms are equipped with fans and air-conditioning. Tea and coffee facilities are also provided.
When the African sun rises after a morning game drive, guests can cool off in the swimming pool or sit on the tea deck with an ice cold drink. Cocktails are served on balmy evenings, while winter evenings are best spent around the log fire. There is a TV room and a pool table to keep guests entertained. Guests can also make use of the communal braai area and kitchen, or enjoy the delicious food served in Kieuw Ranch's main dining room. Meals can also be enjoyed in the traditional outdoor boma or at a secluded bush venue under a starry sky.
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