Gondwana is a private game reserve in South Africa that holds the distinction of being the only fynbos reserve in the world that’s home to free roaming Big Five game as well as endangered species like the Cape mountain zebra and black harrier among many others. Set on 11,000-hectares, its breathtaking beauty will soothe and delight you with its endless mountain views and green rolling hills blanketed in colourful fynbos.
The private reserve is accessibly situated 25 minutes outside the charming coastal town of Mossel Bay and a mere four hours drive from Cape Town. George Domestic Airport is only a 45-minute drive from the game reserve (transfers provided) with daily flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town International airports. As a Garden Route game reserve, Gondwana shares the route’s idyllic climate, second most moderate in the world, and is Malaria-free, offering prime year round game viewing.
This Western Cape game reserve provides the perfect safari break for Cape Town visitors, offering a distinctive and luxurious malaria-free nature experience. Indigenous fynbos vegetation cloaks the undulating valleys, adding vivid colour and interest to a Big Five Safari experience with awe inspiring views of the Langeberg Mountains wherever you look.
Guests can look forward to attentive service, superb cuisine, luxury accommodation with inspiring interiors, expert game rangers and an array of activities including Africology spa treatments, and the popular Junior Ranger Program. World-class tourist facilities and attractions on Gondwana’s doorstep include championship golf courses at Pinnacle Point, Pezula, Oubaai and Fancourt, great swimming and surfing beaches that offer a variety of activities, and the attractive coastal towns of Knysna and Plettenberg Bay.
For a stress-melting getaway in one of the most beautiful settings in the country, visit Gondwana Game Reserve in South Africa and immerse yourself in the wild beauty of the natural surroundings.