If you are an animal lover then this trip will definitely suit you! This Cape Town safari experience is less than two hour’s drive from the Mother City in the Klein Karoo. This Big 5 experience offers you a unique opportunity to see lions, rhino, buffalo, elephants and leopard.
The 7500-hectare private game reserve offers great safari tour. It’s possible to participate in an intimate wildlife safari up close and personal with a proud lion or a majestic full-grown elephant and be back in Cape Town by nightfall.
The Game Reserve has two large swimming pools, each with a pool bar overlooking the reserve. There are large dining areas, cozy cigar bars and lounges – As well as a library, curio shop and children’s entertainment area.
This Game Reserve is recognized as a major Cape Town tourist attraction and has been published in the "World´s 21 favorite things to do in Cape Town," and considered one of the top 10 daytrip destinations by Sawubona Magazine. The Private Game Reserve has gone to massive efforts and expense to source and re-introduce wildlife into the Cape region. A great emphasis is placed on a wildlife conservation educational experience. It offers visitors a complimentary educational introduction to cheetahs. Cheetahs are captive bred and strictly controlled in the interest of cheetah survival worldwide.
When you arrive, welcome cocktails will be served, either outside, around the pools, or in front of a log fire in the cigar bar. Before the safari departs a sizzling lunch is served at the African style restaurant.
The overnight safari from Cape Town boasts a 2 – 3-hour game drive with a Game Reserve specialist. You will be able to see up close wild animals, take pictures of them and learn something new. On your return, traditional African meal, sparkling wine over swopping-safari-stories, and one-night luxury accommodation will be awaiting you.
The next morning you will enjoy an early morning game drive and a visit to the animal rescue center. Later on, you will enjoy a buffet breakfast before checking out and returning to Cape Town.
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There has always been something special about wild animals, the way the live, hunt and observe others. Most of the exotic animals we have seen in the children books, ensyclopedeas or simply internet. They always played main roles in our favorite cartoons or stories. We want to show you the real world where these animals inhabit. You will be able to discover and see on your own how they look like in life, how they behave and what is so special about them. Safari tours never get old because you never can predict the behaviour of the wild animal. That's why these tours are extremely popular amoung tourists,
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