Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve is a wonderful Big Five safari and wedding venue near East London and the Wild Coast beaches, Eastern Cape, South Africa. There's a wonderful tidal estuary, which forms part of the lush coastline.
Situated in the malaria-free Eastern Cape, South Africa, Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve is well suited for bush and beach holidays, being just a 5 minute drive from beautiful Wild Coast beaches. East London National Airport is a 40 minute drive away on tarred roads.
Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve near East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa has a unique position adjacent to the Indian Ocean with opportunities for Whale watching and Dolphin viewing in season. The bushveld is unspoiled with two rivers undulating through this 4 000 hectare game reserve creating a depth of texture and lushness. A wide variety of game and birdlife thrive in this eco-friendly wilderness.
The Cintsa Valley is largely uncultivated and rich in natural fauna and flora including some rare cycads species only found in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. This area is prolific in indigenous bush and aloes within five different biomes. The abundant birdlife in this Eastern Cape area near East London and the Wild Coast beaches in South Africa includes the Stanley Bustard and Rare Ground Hornbill amongst 180 identified species.
This malaria-free Eastern Cape game reserve in South Africais situated adjacent to the Wild Coast, 5 minutes from magnificent golden beaches and 30km (19 miles) from the national airport in East London. Driving to this game reserve is a pleasure as the roads are tarred all the way to the entrance.
Scheduled national flights can be booked to and from East London Airport which is a 40 minute drive from Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Take the N2 highway to Umtata approximately 25km (16 miles) out of East London, watch for the signpost to Inkwenkwezi / Cintsa, turn right, 8km (5 miles) along, you will find the entrance to Inkwenkwezi on the right.
Take the N1 to Aliwal North, then the N6 to East London. Follow directions to Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve after East London.
Take the N2 highway through the Transkei +/- 630km (391 miles) to East London. Look out for signage to Inkwenkwezi / Cintsa on the left, travel 8km (5 miles), the Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve entrance is on the right.