Kwandwe Private Game Reserve
Kwandwe, meaning “Place of the Blue Crane”, is a vast, malaria free private game reserve in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa. It is home to the big five as well as an array of other game and plant species.
Besides the Blue Crane, Kwandwe protects many threatened species, such as the Knysna Woodpecker, Cape Grysbok, Black Wildebeest, Black Rhino, Crowned Eagle and Black-footed Cat. The 22 000 hectares of pristine private wilderness stretches either side of the Great Fish River which meanders for 30 kilometers through scenic landscape. Kwandwe Game Reserve is renowned for quality guiding, understated luxury and the thousands of animals and wildlife that call the reserve home. Kwandwe offers a range of safari activities and accommodation options to make every African dream come true.