Discover the Diverse Wildlife of Gondwana Game Reserve
Your safari home is our eco-friendly tented camp, nestled in a sheltered Fynbos valley within the heart of the game reserve. This sustainable camp operates on solar power, utilizes nearby natural springs for water, and enforces a strict plastic-free policy.
The camp boasts seven spacious twin or king-share tents, each on raised platforms, featuring private bathrooms and covered decks. A wooden walkway crosses the riverbed, connecting the accommodation to two thatched communal tents.
Here, you’ll find the lounge, dining, and bar areas, along with a nearby pool and hammock relaxation zone.
Gondwana Game Reserve’s Eco Camp offers an eco-conscious safari with spacious tents in a pristine wilderness setting. These eco-friendly tents are nestled in nature, each powered sustainably. Meals feature local ingredients, enjoyed under starry skies. Experience thrilling game drives and hands-on conservation. Expect an intimate stay in harmony with nature.
The camp features seven spacious twin or king-sharing tents, each set on raised platforms, complete with private bathrooms and covered deck areas. A wooden walkway spanning the riverbed connects the accommodations to two thatched recreational tents, housing the lounge, dining area, and bar, with a nearby pool and hammock relaxation zone.
Game Drives are conducted in open Game Vehicles with expert field guides who reveal the free-roaming Big 5 in a Cape Fynbos setting – a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Explore indigenous wildflowers and plants that exist nowhere else in the world!
The Fynbos experience is conducted in different monitoring zones throughout the Reserve, led by our “Resident Botanist.” Guests will assist in identifying, recording, monitoring, and geo-mapping Fynbos species on the reserve. They will also collect scientific data and be introduced to live conservation and biodiversity projects on the Reserve.
Participants will gain a greater understanding of Fynbos and the diversity of life that exists within this critically endangered biome. The activity lasts two to three hours, with some walking required.