Kwantu Private Game Reserve
The exclusive resort of Kwantu Private Game Reserve is situated in the heart of the Eastern Cape in a Malaria-Free zone, just 85km from Port Elizabeth on the N2 towards Grahamstown. Kwantu offers 6000 hectares of African adventure, home to the Big Five and is also home to The Village of Sidbury. Kwantu gives visitors the opportunity to explore and interact with African wildlife, capturing their attention to wild animal niches and features, leaving them with extraordinary experiences. For luxury safari packages and accommodation in the Kwantu Game Reserve, visit African Safari Home for info.
Fauna and Flora:
Kwantu offers Game drives as well as walking safaris with an abundance of wildlife that visitors are able to encounter such as the 42 species of mammals including the Big Five which consists of the Rhino, Leopard, Lion, Cheetah and the Elephant. Other mammals at the game reserve include Varvet Monkeys, Chacma Baboons, Warthog, Zebra, Giraffe, Wildebeest and many of the common and rare antelope. Kwantu offers a large diversity bird watching of up to 250 bird species which include Guinea-Fowl, Spotted Eagle Owl, Black-Crowned night Heron, Lanner Falcon, Crested Barbet and more that visitors are able to encounter. The education and rehabilitation centre is home to the many predators Kwantu Hosts. The best time for bird enthusiasts to visit is during the hot wet summer months between November and March as resident species boast their breeding plumage
Kwantu Private Game Reserve offers a variety of activities to maximise your visit, with adventure to explore and encounter some of Africa’s wildest animals with Game rangers who share their knowledge about the animals and the reserve. Activities include Game drives, safari walks to encounter along the Sidbury plains, Bird watching, the Kwantu elephant sanctuary, touch farm for children, the museum and spa treatments. The facilities of swimming pools give visitors the opportunity to swim throughout the day, cricket and tennis facilities as well as conference facilities. Kwantu gives the best of both worlds to ensure your perfect getaway into the wilderness.
The climate encountered at Kwantu is pleasant and suitable for your wildlife experience. During the months of summer, from September through to March, temperatures range from 16 degrees to 26 degrees. In winter months from April through to August, Kwantu encounters temperatures ranging from 7 degrees to 20 degrees. Kwantu receives an annual rainfall of 281mm of rain with the lowest rainfall in July and the highest rainfall in March. On a whole the weather in the Eastern Cape is pleasant and good to visitors.
Kwantu Private Game Reserve offers relaxing 5 star hospitality and luxury accommodation. Kwantu offers visitors luxury lodges which include The Luxury Lodge and The Honeymoon Lodge. Accommodation such as Reed Valley Inn Guest House, Self Catering Amazing Grace, Kichaka Game Lodge, Woodall Country House & Spa and more accommodation facilities near Kwantu Private Game Reserve.