CONSERVATION AT KWANDWE
Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is a conservation victory. Comprising just 26 rooms split across five intimate lodges and villas, providing understated luxury and one of the highest land to guest ratios in South Africa. The successful development of this high yield/ low impact conservation model is key to furthering our numerous conservation initiatives.
The 22,000 hectares (54 000 acres) of pristine wilderness is home to the famous Big 5 as well as a diverse number of smaller and more unusual species. Thousands of animals including lion, black and white rhino, buffalo, elephant and cheetah roam these expansive plains. The Reserve is also sanctuary to numerous other threatened and endangered species.
Conservation | 11 October 2017
Kwandwe - Rebirth of an African Wilderness Part 1
Kwandwe is situated in the diverse and scenic Great Fish River valley of the Eastern Cape. The River, which runs through the reserve, is of great historical significance in South Africa, having been one of the most hotly contested frontiers during the Settler-Xhosa wars.Read More
Conservation | 12 October 2017
Kwandwe - Rebirth of an African Wilderness Part 2
Reading through the historical accounts of mammals in the Great Fish River Valley and planning their reintroduction was one of the most exciting periods of Kwandwe’s development.Read More