Directions to Premier Resort Mpongo Private Game Reserve

Premier Resort Mpongo Private Game Reserve is conveniently located close to East London in the malaria-free Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Premier Resort Mpongo Private Game Reserve, a malaria-free game reserve in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, offers great safaris just 40 minutes from East London airport. There is a tarred road from the N6 straight to the entrance of the reserve. Mpongo consists of 3 500 hectares of conservation land and malaria-free accommodation in lush surroundings.

Incorporating the historic Mpongo River, this luxurious private game reserve has wonderful scenery with rolling hills and green river valleys.

Bird-watchers at this game reserve near East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa, can spot over 250 bird species. This game reserve has been approved by SA Birdlife as a birder-friendly establishment. In conjunction with the Endangered Wildlife Trust, Mpongo has re-introduced the endangered Red-Billed Ox-Pecker, which has been regionally extinct since the early 1900s.

Guests at Mpongo Game Reserve can visit East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa. It's only a 20 - 30 minute drive to the heart of entertainment, shopping and dining as well as historical attractions. East London also has a number of excellent beaches including Orient Beach, Eastern Beach, Gonubie Bay, Igoda Beach, also Nahoon Beach and its Reef, Cove Rock, West Bank, as well as Bonza Bay.

Directions

From East London Airport

Once you leave the airport area, turn left at the traffic lights onto Settlers Highway
Follow the Highway into the City centre
At the traffic circle at Lower Oxford Street, you are to proceed straight ahead until the second set of traffic lights.
You are now at the Fleet Street & Currie Street intersection.
Proceed straight ahead to the Fleet Street and Fitzpaterick Street intersection (there are no traffic lights at this intersection)
Turn left into Fitzpaterick Street
Proceed straight ahead
You will pass two sets of traffic lights and will continue straight ahead onto the North East Expressway. You will pass the following off-ramps : (i) Pearce Street and (ii) Beacon Bay. Continue straight ahead.
You will pass a Sasol garage on your left at the next set of traffic lights. COntinue straight ahead, the road will make a slight right turn until you reach a traffic circle.

At the traffic circl turn left into the "Friendly N6" Highway towards Stutterheim / Macleantown / Queenstown Proceed on this road for approximately 25km. You will pass landmarks such as The Lion Park, Thornpark Valley and Marine Centre
You will pass the turn-off to Newlands. Slow down - the Mpongo signage will be visible soon
Turn off the left after the Mpongo signage, into St Luke's road
Continue approximately 7km on this road. Mpongo Private Game Reserve will be situated on your right
Proceed through the main gate

From Bloemfontein

Follow the N6 main route from Bloemfontein until you reach Stutterheim
From Stutterheim continua on the N6 until you pass Macleantown
Once you pass Macleantown, continue for approximately 4km
Turn off to the left afer the Mpongo signage, into St Luke's road
Continue approximately 7km on this road. Mpongo Private Game Reserve will be situated on your right
Proceed through the main gate

GPS Coordinates

-32:51:10.5 S
27:44:40.7 W

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