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  • camp
  • rooms
  • boma
  • pool
  • conservation centre
  • vehicle safari

Amakhala Woodbury Camp

Lodge 7.0 Rating
Price 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 USD
Jan 7.0
Feb 6.5
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Amakhala Woodbury Camp
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
+ small intimate camp
+ decent swimming pool
+ good range of activities
+ conservation centre
+ 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.

Set around 1.5km south of the N2, but tucked into a quiet valley and enjoying broad views south and east, this refreshingly small and relatively simple camp has just six tented rooms tucked away in thick vegetation around a pleasant open-sided mess.

An unusually broad range of activities includes vehicle safari, walking safari, motorboat safari and canoe safari, the latter being dependent upon water levels in the river, which often runs dry.

- 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
- relatively simple accommodation
- closed May to September

Amakhala Woodbury Camp is a pleasant lower-cost and more outdoorsy alternative to the nearby Amakhala Woodbury Lodge.
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