About Aloe and Elephant Lodge
Welcome to Aloe and Elephant Lodge which is an exclusive game lodge situated in the pristine Eastern Cape bush. This owner managed lodge has easy access to Grahamstown and is only an hour drive away from Port Elizabeth Airport.
On offer are five well-appointed thatched Chalets. The chalets are comfortably furnished and come with en-suite bathrooms, fridges, heaters, tea and coffee-making facilities and daily cleaning services. Guests can enjoy a scrumptious farm style bed and breakfast. Enquire about the full accommodation package which includes your Chalet, all meals, selected activities, game drives and airport transfers.
The lodge has a wide selection of activities to enjoy and most enticing of course are the game drives. You can also tour the reserve on foot along nature trails; you'll be perfectly safe as there are no dangerous predators on site. The area lends itself to great opportunities for birdwatching and wildlife photography. Other activities include micro flights, elephant rides at Kwantu, archery and tours of historic Grahamstown.
Stay between 01 Feb 2017 and 28 Feb 2017 and get a Dinner and other extras to the value of R450 free.
- Valid for 2 guests or more
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Feb 2017 and 28 Feb 2017)
Aloe and Elephant Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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