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General

Kichaka Lodge is ideally situated just over one hour from Port Elizabeth airport. The main lodge is constructed in stone and thatch which blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape.  It overlooks a large water hole popular with hippo, giraffe, elephant and countless other game.

The lounge and dining areas have been constructed so as to give the best possible aspect over unspoilt bush, large terraces stretch over the waterhole provide a magnificent viewing deck.  The terrace also extends into a small island creating an enchanting outdoor dining area.

Special attention has been paid to making sure that guests enjoy an outstanding level of comfort and luxury during their stay.  In keeping with this philosophy each of the 10 exclusive suites at Kichaka lodge have been built to provide every amenity, attention to detail ensures unrivalled levels of sumptuous opulence.

Facilities

  • 24hour Room Service
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Bar
  • Boma
  • En-suite Bathroom
  • Gowns & Slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Housekeeping
  • IPod Docking Stations
  • Mini Bar
  • On Site Restaurant
  • Outdoor Shower
  • Pool
  • Pool Towles
  • Private Guest Library/Lounge
  • Private Plunge Pool
  • Safes
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Waterhole View
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wine Cellar

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Eastern Cape Game Reserves

Eastern Cape Game Reserves

The Eastern Cape Game Reserves offers a natural gateway to the famous Garden Route. The Eastern Cape is the best location for families and first time safari visitors. The Eastern Cape is home to various nature reserves, marine reserves and game reserves, where a wide variety of fauna and flora can be found. It is a malaria free area, making it the perfect safari destination. The area supports prolific birdlife; and game includes, among others, the Big 5 (elephant, lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo). Various private reserves are to be found, as well as the famous Addo National Park – home to about 300 elephants in addition to Cape buffalo, black rhino, kudu, prolific bird life and lion.


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