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Gondwana is a private game reserve in South Africa that holds the distinction of being the only fynbos reserve in the world that’s home to free roaming Big Five game as well as endangered species like the Cape mountain zebra, black rhinoceros and black harrier among many others. Set on 11,000-hectares, its breathtaking beauty will soothe and delight you with its endless mountain views and green rolling hills blanketed in colourful fynbos.
As a Garden Route game reserve, Gondwana Game Reserve shares the route’s idyllic climate, second most moderate in the world, and is Malaria-free, offering prime year round game viewing.
This Western Cape game reserve provides the perfect safari break for Cape Town visitors, offering a distinctive and luxurious malaria-free nature experience. Indigenous fynbos vegetation cloaks the undulating valleys, adding vivid colour and interest to a Big Five Safari experience with awe inspiring views of the Langeberg Mountains wherever you look.
- En-suite Bathroom
- Flat Screen TV
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Gift Shop
- Mini Bar
- On Site Restaurant
- Private Deck
- Private Plunge Pool
- Tea & Coffee Facilities
- Wood Burning Fireplace
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Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Gondwana Private Game Reserve.
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Loved it - fabulous location, wonderful staff. Our room felt as if it was a lovely little haven in the middle of nowhere. Game drives were amazing - even in the driving rain! Our ranger, Forget, was a mine of information and a great guide
The food was "interesting" and there were a lot of meals and snacks!! A little bit disorganised as our ranger wasn't aware we were there the first morning - fortunately we woke up in time. Suggest you set your own alarm! Room was very dark - but that was part of its attraction
Western Cape Game Reserves
Flanked by the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, The Western Cape boasts almost 1,000 km of unspoilt scenic beauty. Western Cape Game Reserves are blessed with unparalleled botanical beauty and a wealth of flora and fauna. As part of local wildlife conservation efforts, wildlife including The Big Five have been relocated to lands they once freely roamed, including the reintroduction of endangered species such as Cape Mountain Zebra, black harrier, black rhino and many more species. This region holds the distinction of being the only fynbos region in the world that is home to free roaming Big Five game.
The Western Cape in South Africa is a wonderful destination for a safari holiday that combines Big Five game viewing, in a malaria free environment, with the beauty of the Cape Winelands and the diverse flora of the Klein Karoo and spectacular Garden Route.
Experience “the Big Seven”, by including Whale Watching and Great White Shark spotting (or for the adventurous, Shark Cage diving) into your wildlife experience.