Kwandwe Private Game Reserve
Kwandwe Game Reserve flanks both the north and south banks of the Great Fish River, in the rugged Eastern Cape Province. The 22,000 hectare (54 000 acre) reserve is a sanctuary for thousands of animals including lion, black and white rhino, buffalo, elephant and cheetah. Meaning “Place of the Blue Crane” in isiXhosa, Kwandwe is a breeding refuge for South Africa’s rare and highly endangered national bird.
This private reserve offers an exclusive Big 5 safari, with just 26 rooms split across five intimate and award-winning lodges including three sole-use villas.