South Africa - can we beat Botswana?
12 August 2019

Limited, once-off offer: 3-for-2

Last week's QUICK QUESTION SURVEY has had amazing and super interesting feedback. One of the results shows South Africa running neck-to-neck with Botswana as the highest demanded destination across 12 African countries.

Following on from this, and to assist with quick conversion of new bookings to South Africa, we have a new STAY 3, PAY 2 promotion at KWANDWE PRIVATE GAME RESERVE valid for both lodge and villa stays.
  • GREAT FISH RIVER LODGE & ECCA LODGE: save R 12 950 (± US$ 840) pps.
  • UPLANDS HOMESTEAD: save from R 55 370 (± US$ 3 600).
  • MELTON MANOR: save from R 67 670 (± US$ 4 400).
  • FORT HOUSE: save R 88 400 (± US$ 5 750).

STAY 3 PAY 2: 1 November to 15 December 2019*

New bookings only. Not combinable with other offers.
* fabulous season for South Africa and combines well with La Clé des Montagnes and Delaire Graff Estate
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And, do not forget ...

Winter Wilderness Walking

The ultimate fly-camp experience for up to 4 guests, WWW stands for winter wilderness walking.
  • Available May - September during a minimum 3-night stay at any lodge or villa
  • Minimum age is 16 years, maximum group size is 4 guests
  • R 9 000 per group per night supplement
  • Includes a private ranger, tracker, and vehicle.
  • Sleep in a canvas tent with raised bed, hot bucket shower and eco toilet.
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Free or 50% private charters

2019 OFFER:
Free return private charter flights between Kwandwe & Port Elizabeth
• 3 nights, 8 guests, Melton Manor or Fort House, or
• 4 nights, 6 guests, Uplands Homestead or Melton Manor
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Kwandwe is a one-of-a-kind offering in the Eastern Cape - easy connections from Johannesburg & Cape Town, a 22 000-hectare private reserve with incredible game viewing, guiding and hospitality. Posh it up in a villa, or get back to basics in a canvas tent - Kwandwe is for all tastes and all ages.
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PS: We have extended the deadline for our 11 Questions in 220 Seconds survey until Sunday, 18 August. There is still time to HAVE YOUR SAY.
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Suzanne
Suzanne Bayly-Coupe
OWNER
Classic Portfolio
Sustainable Africa

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