Kgalagadi Lodge offers Loyalty Programmes

Kgalagadi Lodge

We appreciate each one of our valued customers and would like to thank you for your support and loyalty since our family-owned and operated business opened its doors in 2012.

To demonstrate our appreciation to those that visit our beautiful Kgalagadi Lodge – where rugged terrain and luxury meet – we would like to reward you for your on-going support over the years through the launch of our new loyalty programme.

The Kgalagadi Lodge Loyalty Programme

Kgalagadi Lodge

How does it work?

  • You buy your loyalty card for R 600.00 once-off
  • You get R 650.00 off your first booking made at Kgalagadi Lodge
  • You get 50% off for every 5 nights’ stay at Kgalagadi Lodge/chalets
  • You get 50% off for every 3 nights’ stay at Kgalagadi Lodge /camping
  • You will receive updates on additional specials
  • You will receive discounts on special events and at our restaurant where applicable

For more information, please email your ID number and your full names to Brian at . You will receive your invoice and once proof of payment is received; you will be issued with your loyalty number that you can use when making your booking with us.

From our family at Kgalagadi Lodge to yours – Thank you again for your support and we wish you strength, health and hope during these difficult times.

We hope to accommodate you soon at Kgalagadi Lodge! Read more here…

Kind Regards, SJ Koortzen Managing Director, Kgalagadi Lodge                                              


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