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Amakhala Quatermain's

Lodge 8.0 Rating
Price 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 USD
Jan 8.0
Feb 7.5
Mar 7.0
Apr 7.5
May 7.5
Jun 7.0
Jul 7.0
Aug 7.5
Sep 8.0
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Amakhala Quatermain's
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
+ authentic bushcamp
+ owner-hosted
+ family atmosphere
+ particular focus on walking
+ unfenced camp
+ off-road driving

Situated on 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.

Tucked away in a hidden valley in the northern part of the reserve, this tiny three tent camp tries to faithfully replicate that of a nineteenth century explorer, with no electricity, no private bathrooms, just simple white tents, a sandy-floored mess and authentic military furnishings.

Vehicle safaris and walking safaris are personally guided by owners Riaan and Julie Brand.

- safari here is relatively tame
- fenced reserve
- reclaimed farmland
- proximity of the main N2 highway
- proximity of human habitation
- relatively simple accommodation
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