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Eastern Cape Safaris

Eastern Cape Safaris

When you choose to embark on one of many Eastern Cape safaris, you’ll be amazed at the diversity of wildlife. From white lions to black rhinos, from cheetahs to Cape Mountain zebras, from elephants to eland, the Eastern Cape has them all.

The Kruger National Park and the Lowveld region are the traditional home of Big 5 safaris, but now there’s also a choice of malaria-free Eastern Cape safaris.

What to Carry
+ All the necessary travel documents
+ Your medicines if required
+ Swimming gear
+ Binoculars and camera (waterproof if available)
Fun Facts About The Eastern Cape
The Eastern Cape covers over 170,000 square kilometres.
The province is home to 27 species of whales and dolphins.
It is the birth and resting place of Nelson Mandela.
The common languages spoken are isiXhosa, Afrikaans and English.
Every year in July, there is a big arts festival in Grahamstown.

Eastern Cape Safari Details

Choose between a national park, such as the Addo Elephant National Park, or a host of private game reserves. It seems hard to believe that the fate of the Addo elephants once hung by a thread. Intensive hunting of the ‘pests’, as they were known, in the early 20th century almost annihilated them.

Thanks to committed conservationists, however, the elephants were saved and are now in abundance, along with black rhino, kudu, eland, bushbuck and other antelopes. Keep your eye out for the rare flightless dung beetle – an Addo Elephant National Park special. Signs warn you not to drive over them.

Shamwari Game Reserve, a favorite haunt of international celebs, is the largest private reserve in the Eastern Cape. It has the Big 5, a couple of Born Free centers where rescued animals from all over the world are rehabilitated, and lots of luxury accommodation.

Kwandwe Game Reserve, just 20 minutes from Grahamstown, covers 22,000 hectares (54 000 acres) of rolling plains, high hills and rocky slopes. Look out for lion, white and black rhino, buffalo, elephant and cheetah.

Pumba Private Game Reserve, also near Grahamstown, is home to 1 of the only 2 free-ranging populations of the white lion in southern Africa. At the moment 1 pure white male and 1 white lioness hunt only part of the five biomes of the reserve because their gene pool must remain pure and not mix with their tawny cousins.

In 2011 they produced 2 white cubs – a remarkable breeding achievement. These are but a few of the many Eastern Cape safari options on offer.

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20% of our profits go to Environmental Conservation and Community Development in Maasai Mara, Nairobi, Eastern Kenya, Kajiado and other vulnerable regions within the country.
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