Layers of connection in a sought-after safari
03 September 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

Regarded as one of the best safari destinations in South Africa, the safari ethos at KWANDWE PRIVATE GAME RESERVE is connection, which kindles a passion for wildlife conservation. Scanning the undulating landscape and following spoor with specialist guides, whether on foot or 4x4, the journey of iconic wild animals in their natural environment unfolds and you are connected to the ongoing story of Kwandwe.

There is limited space available from November through to February. Enquire now:
Rhino conservation at Kwandwe Private Game Reserve

CONSERVATION

Kwandwe is a reclaimed wilderness and active conservation reserve where the wildlife and environment are carefully managed. Here, guests have the opportunity to get involved and gain a deeper understanding of modern conservation through a Save the Rhino drive, a community project or a rhino notching exercise (limited, because guests can experience this real veterinary exercise only when one is required).
Ranger & tracker team at Kwandwe Private Game Reserve

SPECIALIST GUIDING

With an incredible ranger and tracker team who are trained to the highest standards, the specialist guiding at Kwandwe is a highlight. Spend time with guides who are incredibly skilled in specific areas - one specialised activity per day is included in every stay.

ACCOMMODATION

Whether it's suite for a couple (pun intended), fun for all ages, a duo of families, the perfect 8, or a safari home, there's a lodge or villa to suit your taste.
Kwandwe Private Game Reserve access

ACCESS

Located in a malaria-free part of the continent and within a few hours of Cape Town, Kwandwe is one of the most favoured, family-friendly safari destinations on the continent.

Scheduled Flights: Multiple daily flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Port Elizabeth and a short charter flight or road transfer to Kwandwe.

Private Charter: Kwandwe has private 2 km tarred runway that can land medium jets. Connecting straight from Kruger, Tswalu, Johannesburg and Cape Town, private charter is in high demand.
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