Kwantu Private Game Reserve - Refresh Your Mind and Body

Kwantu Private Game Reserve in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province is a stunning luxury game reserve that brings together a rich natural heritage with a fascinating history. Located in the Beautiful Frontier Country, Kwantu opens up a world of magnificent flora and fauna accompanied by five-star accommodation to leave your body, mind and soul completely refreshed.

Kwantu Private Game Reserve on the vast Sidbury Plains is steeped in history. It was on these very plains that British Settlers came to create a new life during the 1820's. Tired travelers and local residents would gather at Pollards Inn where many thrilling tales were told. The village of Sidbury was constructed by settlers. Here you will find South Africa's oldest Anglican Church dating to 1838. This forms the backdrop for Kwantu Private Game Reserve.

The name Kwantu means “Place of Gathering” and it certainly is just that. Well trained game rangers conduct outstanding game drives, taking you right into Africa's wild landscape. Whilst traveling through this lovely setting you will be met with the sights and scents of Kwantu Private Game Reserve's rich flora. Boasting about 150 indigenous plant species including trees, shrubs and grasses, Kwantu's plant life supports an abundance of animal life. Spot dozens of birds from among the more than 250 species that reside in the park. Narina Trogons, touracos, sunbirds, kites, eagles, hawks, water fowl, kingfishers and owls can be heard and seen in the bush. Whilst on a game drive you stand a chance of spotting several animal species such as fascinating white rhinoceros, cheeky Chacma baboons, unusual warthogs, bright zebras, towering giraffe, quiet duikers, impressive kudus, elusive aardwolf, noisy porcupines and so much more. Kwantu Private Game Reserve is certain to provide abundant opportunities for photographs and magical memories.

Kwantu Private Game Reserve rounds off your African adventure with absolute luxury with a variety of accommodation options and exquisite dining. Each of the rooms opens up onto a private deck where you can look out at the glistening dam and spot a hippo or two. The lodges are perfectly designed to fit in with the landscape whilst offering all the comforts. Kwantu is truly an Eastern Cape experience that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and at one with the natural world.

 





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