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is located in the Graaff-Reinet
area of the Eastern Cape
region of South Africa
+ large private reserve
+ important and pioneering conservation project
+ wildlife rehabilitation
+ stunning landscapes
+ high quality lodge
+ massage facilities
+ good range of activities
+ cheetah tracking
+ approach wildlife on foot
+ low visitor traffic
Situated around 35km east of Graaff-Reinet, this scenic 120 square kilometre nature reserve is one of a number of excellent re-wildlification projects in the area.
Activities are centred on vehicle and walking safari. The reserve contains wide-lipped rhinos, giraffes, buffaloes, leopards, caracals and servals, as well as a wide range of antelopes and lesser species, but no elephants or lions.
Very comfortable accommodation is contained within two main farmhouses and various other restored buildings. Hosting is slick and friendly. Food is excellent.
Mount Camdeboo is undoubtedly one of the finest non-malarial safari options and guest reviews
are extraordinarily reliable. A really good conservation project worthy of support.
- fenced reserve
- long bumpy arrival road
- not easy to fit into trips
We look forward to a time when the reserves in this area will open up their fences to create a single larger area for wildlife.