In less than an hour’s drive from Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa, visitors can be enjoying a malaria-free Big Five safari in Amakhala Game Reserve.
Amakhala Game Reserve is located in the Greater Addo and Frontier Country area, Eastern Cape, South Africa. This malaria-free Eastern Cape game reserve is a mere 45 minute drive from Port Elizabeth's national airport. Airport transfers are available on request.
Sustained conservation efforts have converted ranch and farming land into Amakhala Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. All Big Five game namely Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Rhino and Leopard reside here amongst Cheetah, Giraffe and Zebra. This Eastern Cape game reserve has been awarded the voluntary label by Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA), an independent endorsement of fair and responsible tourism practice in South Africa.
Amakhala Game Reserve hosts five of the world’s six vegetation biomes from bushveld to savannah on 18 000 acres. Visitors to this game reserve near Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa, can also enjoy a change of pace on board a peaceful boat cruise whilst meandering lazily along the Bushman's River.
Driving from Port Elizabeth
Take the N2 towards Grahamstown. Approximately 50km (31 miles) from Port Elizabeth is an intersection. Keep left on the N2 towards Grahamstown. From the intersection, travel for a further 13km (8 miles) towards Amakhala Game Reserve (see road signs and various lodges along the way).