Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge

Address: Heatherton Towers, Fort Brown District, Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, 6140, South Africa | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Heatherton Towers, Fort Brown District, Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, is near Observatory Museum.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge Kwandwe Private Game Reserve

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          Travel Blogs from Kwandwe Private Game Reserve

          "Can you turn down the fan? It's a bit windy."

          A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Sep 09, 2016

          14 photos

          For a travel day, we actually started (1) a little later than usual and (2) on time (*gasp). We had been telling people that we were on our way to Port Elizabeth (or "PE" with the locals), but that wasn't entirely true. We were definitely driving through Port Elizabeth, and we stopped for lunch there, but our main target was a private game reserve …

          The Hunt for the Big 5...

          A travel blog entry by mthompson2015 on Aug 12, 2015

          61 photos

          ... to camp content we had now got four of the big five - African Lion, African Elephant, Rhino and Cape Bufalo. Temba would sleep well tonight with a day in hand. For our third day, the choice was ours for what we wanted to see. The leopards (number 5!) would be too hard to track in winter. They like the high ground and the thick scrub which requires one to go on foot, so we opted instead to look for hippopotami and for a cruise down the Kariega River to look at the bird ...

          Game Drive Day

          A travel blog entry by henegarfam on Jun 20, 2015

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... and then we came across zebras, bush buck, wilderbeast, ostrich and spring buck. Then we drove a little ways more, and there were the giraffes. And there were many of them and they were close as well. They were so incredible to see in the wild and so close. Just beautiful... They were to both sides of our vehicle and just so incredibly amazing. We watched them for a while and then moved on to see what else we could see. We soon seen some Rhino's in a distance. They were quite ...

          *another boring title*

          A travel blog entry by beckybkdean on May 15, 2015

          29 photos

          ... sharpened machete...yet again..might stick to just taking the dead branches away. My Tuesday started off with a morning gathering and general chitchat, because we were meant to be clearing all the cut up branches but the tractor could only fit about 1/7 of them in. We then had to wait forever before it returned empty. The conversation was mainly making plans for next weekend, which seemed to be going down the similar lines of getting drunk. After the chitchat the rest of ...

          Rhino haven!

          A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Mar 30, 2015

          54 photos

          ... the rhino from extinction. The Reserve is monitored and guarded to protect against poachers. The animals are tagged and tracked for scientific and medical purposes, as well as for future identification. We didn’t know we were to actually be part of a tagging adventure. Rather, we thought we might see one, if one was going on. In fact, our travel agent booked us for the adventure, which we probably would have realized if we had read ...