Game Reserves in South AfricaGarden Route Nature & Game Reserves
The Garden Route includes one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline that winds its way for some 200 km via George, Wilderness, Sedgefield and Knysna on to Plettenberg Bay and culminating in the Tstisikamma Forest - a fairyland of giant trees, ferns and bird life. Be sure to add a visit the worlds first free roaming multi-specie primate sanctuary to your itinerary and the uniquely beautiful nature reserves that form an integral part of the beauty of the Garden Route.
Click on the game reserve, national park or nature reserve you wish to visit on the Garden Route map or select from the full list in the menu, to view additional information about the reserves and for listings of all lodges listed in the relevant area.
South Africa boasts a huge collection of wildlife regions, encompassing every possible landscape from deserts to forests, mountains to coast, teeming with wildlife species. Accommodation ranges from rustic to 5-star luxury; from self catering bush camps to fully catered lodges.
Visitors from all around the world descend on South Africa to take advantage of the stunning climate, accommodation, game reserves, natural attractions, and, of course, the huge variety of wildlife. In particular, the "Big 5" is a drawcard which lures tourists to renowned conservation areas.
South Africa boasts a multitude of nature reserves and game reserves, and these are home to an extraordinary array of bird species. Many of these cater specifically to keen bird-watchers to make their experience as rewarding as possible. Added facilities may comprise bird hides, trails through ...
This is a strip of land like no other in the world in terms of beauty, natural attractions and unique flora and fauna - hence its name. Three of South Africa’s top hikes take place here - the Otter, Tsitsikamma and Dolphin trails. Ancient forests, rivers, wetlands, dunes, stretches of beach, lakes, ...