Eastern Cape Safari Guide
Whether you're planning an escapade in the bush or a relaxing family vacation, the Eastern Cape is the ideal Big Five safari destination in South Africa.
Eastern Cape game reserves are child-friendly and offer a selection of game viewing activities for the whole family.
Embark on an exciting Eastern Cape wildlife safari in South Africa to experience the unparalleled beauty of this malaria-free safari region! With a wide variety of landscapes, from sandy beaches to majestic mountainous regions and thick coastal forests, you will be able to explore diverse wildlife including lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and more.
And don't forget to visit the many cultural sites along your journey – dive into the heritage of the Xhosa people, explore fortified villages and meet traditional healers on your quest for authentic African experiences.
Learn more about Eastern Cape safari experiences in South Africa.
The once in a life time, definitely tick off the bucket list opportunity of riding on the back of an African Elephant in the Addo region of ...more
Enjoy these Big Five family safari lodges in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Be lucky to spot Lion, Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant and Leopard o...more
The Eastern Cape Province of South Africa has a bloody history and seen the destruction of wildlife on a wide scale, but today it is on the ...more
Shamwari Game Reserve offers a luxurious 5 star big 5 game viewing experience like none other. Situated in the malaria free Eastern Cape, Sh...more
This protected wilderness area lies in the Great Fish River Valley, some 38km from Grahamstown, and is actually a combination of three reser...more
The Addo Elephant Park Park, originally set aside in 1931 to preserve what were then the last remaining 11 Elephants in the area, has proved...more
Spoil yourself at these luxury Big Five safari lodges in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Combine a Big Five safari with ultimate pampering, ...more
Located some 27km outside Craddock in the Eastern Cape, this park was established in 1937 to save the endangered mountain zebra, which was h...more
We arrive at the first gate, destined for Riverdene Lodge. The gatekeeper comes running out in the pouring rain with a friendly “Welcome t...more
Home to the Big 5 of the African animal kingdom, the Addo Elephant National Park is located in the Eastern Cape Province and offers excellen...more
One morning in 1856, a fifteen year old Xhosa girl named Nongqawuse went with another girl to scare birds from her uncle's crops in the fiel...more
This beautiful park conserves a wonderful stretch of temperate coastal forest, as well as extending 5km into the sea thus forming a marine r...more
Situated in the malaria free Eastern Cape Province, just off the N2, Shamwari, which means 'my friend' in the local Shona language, is an ea...more
Consisting of a series interconnected lagoons and coastal lakes this tiny (2,500 ha) reserve is mostly wetland. Two of the lakes, Rondevlei ...more