About Koshari Game Ranch
Just a two and a half hour drive north of Johannesburg you will find Koshari Game Ranch.
Tucked away in the Waterberg,one of the most picturesque parts of South Africa. Koshari prides itself in being the home of many different species of birds and antelope.
There are three self catering stone and thatch chalets.
Each chalet has a verandah leading out onto the most fantastic view. Positioned on the edge of a water hole or open plain you will often enjoy a visit from one of the locals namely, Kudu, Giraffe, Impala, Warthog and many more.
There is also a swimming pool and lovely lapa to enjoy while relaxing in the spectactular environment.
One can enjoy a selfdrive ( maps available ) or you can sit back and relax with a guided game drive around Koshari in our game viewing vehicle.
There are guided game walks for the more energetic. It's a great way to enjoy the sights and sounds here at Koshari Game Ranch.
Minimum stay 1 night
Minimum stay over public holiday weekend 3 nights.
we have a supplimentry charge for single person/single night rates over weekeds/public holidays and school holidays being R400.00 per person for single night stay or R400.00 per night for single occupancy.
Koshari Game Ranch Rooms
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