Blaauwbosch Game Reserve

Blaauwbosch Game Reserve

Blaauwbosch is a private game reserve in South Africa's Eastern Cape. Easily visited as an extension to a tour of the Garden Route, Blaauwbosch is malaria-free and home to a diverse array of big and small game.

Blaauwbosch is a private five-star game reserve and lodge in South Africa's Eastern Cape. The region is malaria-free and home to a diversity of wildlife, including leopard, lion, rhino, giraffe, cheetah, zebra and buffalo.

Though it is not by any stretch South Africa's best-known wilderness area, for those looking for a private safari Blaauwbosch offers a great alternative to the often-busy private reserves of the Kruger. It is particularly well-suited to families travelling with children, due to its accessibility, malaria-free status, and proximity to the many other family-friendly attractions of the Eastern Cape.

Accommodation

Blaauwbosch Lodge is a small, intimate safari lodge, consisting of just six luxury chalets. The rooms are large, generously furnished, and boast beautiful views of the hills and plains of the Eastern Cape from their private verandahs.

Dining

Enjoy fine dining with the best local wines and meals prepared by the resident chef.

A late and substantial breakfast is served after the early morning game drive. The emphasis of the dinner menu is on African cuisine with fresh contemporary flavours and a nod to universally appealing dishes.

Facilities

- Outdoor swimming pool
- Lounge area
- Dining room

Activities

- Game drives
- Bush walks

There are many activities available in the local area (mostly at an additional cost):
- Helicopter trip
- Cultural, historical and agricultural tours
- Township tours
- Canoeing
- Mountain hike

Child Policy

Children are welcome at Blaauwbosch Lodge.