This owner operated animal friendly park, where no hunting or other disturbance of the game is permitted, means that you always get close up views and great photo opportunities.
Take a drive in your own vehicle through the park on the well-maintained roads (no need for 4x4) and enjoy viewing the game in any weather conditions from the comfort of your car.
For those really close encounters, choose the 2 hour guided tour in an open Landrover with a professional guide providing you with interesting information on the animals and the historical background to the area.
In Room Facilities:
Downstairs – Spacious lounge with a sleeper couch for two guests and a fireplace.
The unit has an extra toilet and basin downstairs and there is an undercover enclosed braai / barbeque area.
Upstairs - two bedrooms; one with a double bed and the second bedroom has 2 single beds. It has a shower, basin and bath with a separate toilet and basin.
Open plan unit with a double/single beds, breakfast table, kitchen and bathroom with shower, toilet and basin.
Open plan with double/single beds downstairs and two single beds upstairs, breakfast table, kitchen and bathroom with shower, toilet and basin.
There is a braai area on the veranda over-looking the park.
En-suite, furnished with two single beds, bathroom with shower, toilet and basin.
A deck outside overlooking the park with a braai / barbeque.
Known as the "Friendly City", Port Elizabeth is located on the south-eastern coast, 763 km east of Cape Town. A superb value-for-money holiday base, Port Elizabeth offers a diverse selection of attractions as a family-fun holiday destination including scenic nature trails, historic heritage, magnificent wildlife, cultural experiences and countless water sport activities.
Algoa Bay's 40 km of breathtaking coastline boasts a perfect combination of warm water, protected beaches and is complemented by Port Elizabeth's wonderful climate, which has been rated as having the fourth best weather of any coastal city in the world.
The Port Elizabeth area also supports the most diverse array of vegetation types in South Africa as five of the country's seven terrestrial biogeographic areas are represented in the Eastern Cape.
The Bay, which is a favoured draw-card for beach and watersport enthusiasts is fast becoming known as South Africa's watersport capital and offers activity throughout the year, especially wind-surfing and fishing. In fact, Algoa Bay is regarded as one of the best sailing venues in the world, while scuba diving is of world class quality with beautiful reefs, shipwrecks, fish and colourful coral species.
At Kragga Kamma Game Park, you may choose between two types of game drives:
* Self drive and Guided game drive.
* Cheetah Tours:
Enjoy a close up interaction with one of our cheetah.
Good birding opportunities on the Treetop Boardwalk and the many waterholes.
* The Forest Walk:
Take a walk on our 400 metre treetop boardwalk into the forest to view monkeys and other species of forest dwellers. The birdlife is fantastic with more than 200 species identified. Knysna Loeries are plentiful.
(Minimum group to cater a specific meal as below, 10 guests, evening function 20 guests)
* Addo Elephant Park.
* Whale Watching in Algoa Bay.
* Nelson Mandela Museum.
* Hole in the Wall.
* Shamwari Game Reserve.
* Eastern Cape Beaches.
* Amakhala Game Reserve.
* Mountain Zebra National Park.
* Valley of Desolation.
* Camdeboo National Park.