Accommodation in Kwantu, Frontier Country
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Kwantu Private Game Reserve offers Africa's Big 5, an elephant sanctuary, endangered and exotic wildlife. This untouched wilderness boasts a past as rich as its abundant wildlife population. From the comfort of our specially equipped open Land Rovers, you encounter the impressive white rhino as these monarchs of the African bush roam the plains as freely as if hundred of years ago.
Delight in the entertaining squabbles and games of the playful Vervet monkeys or Chacma baboons, the original comedians of the wild! Indulge your fascination as you stumble upon a family of warthog speeding across the plains with their trademark “tails held high”. You’ll be awestruck by our zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, and many of the common and rare antelope who have roamed these plains for centuries. From the delicate s... [continued]