Eastern Cape

South Africa

In the Shadow of Elephants

The Eastern Cape was ‘frontier country’ for 1820 settlers and many safari lodges have a sense of history, from when farmland was turned back to nature and the old buildings became guest accommodation. The malaria-free private reserves of this area have different biomes than the northern parks providing some less common sightings of brown hyena, bat-eared fox, cheetah, rhino and aardvark.

If you are interested in visiting Eastern Cape, please contact us.

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