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Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is situated along South Africa’s eastern coastline in the Eastern Cape province, renowned for being a world-class, malaria-free safari destination.
The reserve covers some 22,000 hectares (54,400 acres) of former farmland that has been restored and restocked with wildlife. This pristine wilderness area is now home to Africa’s Big Five, and is the perfect start or end to a journey along the Garden Route.
There are thousands of animals here including lion, black and white rhino, buffalo, elephant and cheetah roaming the diverse landscape. Kwandwe, meaning “Place of the Blue Crane” in Xhosa, is home to a population of these rare, highly endangered birds. The Reserve is also sanctuary to other threatened species such as Knysna woodpecker, Cape grysbok, black wildebeest, crowned eagle and black-footed cat.