Kwandwe Private Game Reserve

Address: Grahamstown, Eastern Cape 6170, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, 6170, South Africa | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Grahamstown, Eastern Cape 6170, Grahamstown, is near Observatory Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Grahamstown

    Rhino haven!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... detail. The tranquillizer was quite potent, one drop being enough to kill a person. William only filled one dart with the drug. If he missed the first shot, he would have to fill a new dart on the helicopter, a dangerous procedure given the drug’s potency. But they did carry an antidote, so not to fear. Ha! Ha!

    The helicopter took off, with William in the passenger seat naturally, to separate the two-year old calf from ...

    Machetes, shotguns and a vegetable garden...

    A travel blog entry by 210pairsofpants on Feb 07, 2014

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    ... out of the 4 times but only manage to score a paltry 3 out of a possible 40, but hey a hit's a hit. Next I'm onto the shotgun, with the click clack as I reload each time just like in the movies. Andrew again promises I won't fall over, but he's standing right behind me just in case. Hmmm. The targets are cans, waterbottles, old paint tins and somehow I hit with all 5 of my rounds, dust swirling up in mexican waves as the targets scoot across the ground. The recoil is harder ...

    Onto a New Adventure

    A travel blog entry by franwhipp on Oct 09, 2013

    ... them out until we were sure we’d left no trace of live fire. I never realised what a problem fires were until yesterday. A neighbouring reserve near to ‘Kwantu’ had an entire area of farmland costing 10 million wiped out by a bushfire two weeks ago.

    Afterwards we walked back up the hilly mountain and got to cutting up over 100 grapefruits for four elephants that were waiting to be fed. It was one of the ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by hannahvaughan on Jan 17, 2013

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    ... through the lessons on social skills and getting the students out of drugs etc and making them want to come to school. The school also provide a uniform and 3 meals a day for the students as well as food parcels to take home at the weekend. We're all looking forwards to getting to know the students better now and getting started with some one to one ...

    Another Dimension

    A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Dec 17, 2012

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    ... s garden. It is a feast! Dessert is the ice cream and pies we brought – pecan pie and lemon meringue.

    We have some interesting discussions while everything is cooking, which continue throughout dinner. Annette’s other half is into managing farming ventures. He does a lot of work in Namibia with growing table grapes for export. We have guessed that all of the best produce grown in South Africa is actually for export, ...