Kwandwe Private Game Reserve Grahamstown
Kwandwe Private Game Reserve lies in the heart of South Africa's malaria-free
Eastern Cape near Grahamstown, and is a natural conclusion to a journey along
the world-famous Garden Route. A victory for far-sighted conservation, 25 000
hectares (62 000 acres) of farmland in the Great Fish River region were
restored and restocked with African wildlife. Today, thousands of animals
including lion, black and white rhino, buffalo and elephant roam this diverse
and fascinating reserve.
Kwandwe aptly means "Place of the Blue Crane" in Xhosa (South Africa's highly endangered national bird) and is home to a population of these rare birds. It offers an exceptional safari experience in a region steeped in history and culture. The Great Fish River was a hotly contested border during the Frontier Wars of 1779 to 1878 between the Xhosa nation, Dutch farmers and the 1820 settlers from England. Kwandwe's reception building is a Frontier War-era fortified homestead, and the Reserve boasts its own intimate chapel.
Rates per room per night, specials, seasons, meals, children policy: on request
LOW SEASON:07 - 31 January / 10 - 30 April / May / June / July / August / September
No single supplement is charged for the first two single rooms on a booking. Additional rooms: 50% supplement.
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
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