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Amakhala Day Safari
Take a trip on the wild side to the Amakhala Game Reserve and view the splendour of this award-winning reserve from the safety of one of our game vehicles.
Visit any of our selected 3, 4 or 5-star lodges during the first 2 weeks of December and only pay our Low Season rates.
Game Reserve - South Africa
Safari Lodges and Tented Camps
Amakhala Game Reserve "a pride member of Lion Roars" is located in the malaria free Eastern Cape of South Africa. The private Game Park offers guests accommodation in a selection of 11 Luxury star rated establishments made up of restored Country houses, Safari Lodges and Tented camps located in different areas of the large 18 000 acres Safari park. Some dwellings are owned and managed by fifth generation Frontier Settlers families (read the history of the Game Reserve)
Wildlife viewing and Safari Trips
Day and night game viewing trips under guidance of professional game rangers are available. Wildlife likely to be encountered during the game drives in the Game Reserve are: the "Big Five", lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo and leopard as well as cheetah, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and plenty of antelope species.
Visits to nearby Game Parks such as the Addo Elephant National Park and Shamwari Game Reserve can be arranged at request.
Conference and Wedding facilities
Some of the lodges on the Amakhala Game Reserve offer Conference facilities and luxurious Wedding venues.
We are so proud of the HillsNek team and Amakhala Game Reserve! - September 11, 2014
We are so proud of the HillsNek team and Amakhala Game Reserve.
At the 2nd Lilizela Tourism Awards on Tuesday 9th September ... read more
More News - See All
- August 25, 2014 News from the Amakhala Foundation
- July 15, 2014 Nelson Mandela Day 2014: Help us make a difference
- July 02, 2014 We are proud to announce.
- May 13, 2014 A year in review: The Amakhala Foundation.