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  • leewenbosh lodge
  • leewenbosch room 1
  • leewenbosch room 2
  • leewenbosch room 3
  • verandah & pool
  • shearers lodge
  • shearers lodge rm 1
  • shearers lodge rm 2
  • chapel
  • dining and pub
  • vehicle safari

Amakhala Leeuwenbosch Country House

Lodge 6.5 Rating
Price 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 USD
Jan 6.5
Feb 6.0
Mar 5.5
Apr 6.0
May 6.0
Jun 5.5
Jul 5.5
Aug 6.0
Sep 6.5
Oct 6.5
Nov 6.5
Dec 6.5
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Amakhala Leeuwenbosch Country House
is located the Shamwari area of the Eastern Cape region of South Africa.

+ large private wildlife reserve
+ significant conservation project
+ non-malarial
+ attractive landscapes
+ full range of wildlife
+ intimate traditional farmhouse
+ traditional English pub
+ chapel
+ good range of activities
+ conservation centre
+ off-road driving

Situated within the Amakhala fenced reserve which runs alongside the N2 highway for around 15km, to an average depth of only 3km. It largely comprises reclaimed farmland and is reasonably well stocked with game.

Set alongside the main N2 highway, this historic farmstead has been in the same hands since 1873, the Fowlds family having both cleared the land of big game in order to farm and are now are responsible for its return. A reasonably uncommercial and personable homestead, there are just five cosy rooms, homely public areas and a pool.

Activities are centred around vehicle safaris and walking safaris on the reserve.

- safari here is relatively tame
- fenced reserve
- reclaimed farmland
- proximity of the main N2 highway
- proximity of human habitation
- lions enclosed in separate fenced area
- roadside location
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