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Gondwana Game Reserve

Luxurious free roaming Big 5 private game reserve boasting 11 000 hectares of colourful Fynbos, Renosterveld and Sub-tropical thicket vegetation. The 11 000-hectare private game reserve offers a distinctive malaria-free safari experience, less than four-hour drive from the Mother City. Indigenous Fynbos cloaks the undulating valleys, adding vivid colour and interest to a big five wilderness experience with awe-inspir...

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About Gondwana Game Reserve

Luxurious free roaming Big 5 private game reserve boasting 11 000 hectares of colourful Fynbos, Renosterveld and Sub-tropical thicket vegetation. The 11 000-hectare private game reserve offers a distinctive malaria-free safari experience, less than four-hour drive from the Mother City. Indigenous Fynbos cloaks the undulating valleys, adding vivid colour and interest to a big five wilderness experience with awe-inspiring views of the Langeberg and Outeniqua Mountains from Kwena Lodge, a modern and luxurious twist on the traditional Khoi-San dwelling. The reserve is named after “Gondwanaland”, the original landmass that existed one hundred and twenty million years ago from which Africa was formed. The Outeniqua and Langeberg Mountain ranges that surround the reserve are the last visible evidence of the former Gondwanaland after the continent split to how we know it today. Gondwana’s goal is to continue to expand its total conservation area to provide the Western Cape with a large eco-tourism destination for the promotion of indigenous flora and fauna as well as the rehabilitation of wetland areas currently under threat from invasive alien species. Gondwana has already reintroduced the first endangered black rhino to the Western Cape from where they historically occurred. The vastness of the property coupled with the areas’ climate and terrain make the land well suited for multiple species of game which are frequently seen. The wildlife population is thriving and numbers are growing quickly in addition to hosting populations of threatened and endangered species such as Cheetah, Cape Mountain Zebra, Black Harrier and Blue Cranes.