Located at -33.416667,26.166656, Kwantu Private Game Reserve is situated in Sidbury, Eastern Cape.

Kwantu Private Game Reserve

Game Lodge at 1 Daniel Street, Sidbury, 6131, Greater Addo, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Map showing Kwantu Private Game Reserve

Directions to Kwantu Private Game Reserve

from Cape Town
Take the N2 toward Port Elizabeth, enjoying the scenic Garden Route and all its splendour, en-route to Kwantu. A drive from Durban will see you travelling along the N2 as well, and should you be visiting us from Bloemfontein, enjoy the beautiful countryside whilst driving along the N10. Visitors will take the N2 to Grahamstown from Nelson Mandela Bay, and continue for approximately 80 km turning left at the Sidbury turnoff and following the signs to Kwantu (approximately 15km later).



  • Airport (85km)
  • Car Hire (45km)
  • Foreign Exchange (45km)
  • Post Office (45km)
  • Train Station (45km)


  • Elephant back safaris
  • Game viewing
  • Game viewing (big 5)
  • Health spa / massage
  • Tonight from
  • ZAR 5510
  • per unit per nightbased on 2 persons

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Quick Facts

GPS location
Latitude: -33.416667
Longitude: 26.166656

Closest airport(s)
Port Elizabeth Airport - 85km

Children policy
Children of all ages are welcome.

Listed on SA-Venues.com
December 2009 - 37 Reviews

Travellers' Reviews

We stayed for 3 nights and could hardly bear to leave. This is a superb game reserve in a perfect location. The staff has a lot of enthusiasm, warmth and...

Natalie Dube, Sterkspruit

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