About Garden Route Game Lodge
Set against the backdrop of the majestic Langeberg mountain Range, the Garden Route Game Lodge guards the entrance to South Africa's world famous Garden Route coast.Only three and a half scenic hours drive from Cape Town, this malaria free, private game reserve is home to an abundance of animal and bird life including the Big 5. Morning and evening game drives are led by experienced game rangers who share their knowledge of big game as well as the many other antelope species, bird life and local African folklore.Exclusive accommodation in luxury thatched chalets or spacious rooms all with en suite bathrooms, designed to offer guests complete comfort and relaxation in a beautiful setting. The thatched conference center with breakaway lapa overlooks a nearby waterhole and can accommodate up to 70 delegates.Garden Route Game Lodge is delighted to announce the latest addition to its accommodation portfolio, Sunset Ridge Luxury Rooms. Aptly named for its location, the five luxury free standing rooms are perched atop a small ridge and offer 180 degree views of the game reserve with magical sunsets. Sunset Ridge now joins the existing portfolio of rooms and chalets offered by the Big 5 game reserve.
Safari: Enjoy a thrilling game drive in an open Landrover with your experienced game ranger who will bring you sightings of lion, elephant, white rhino, buffalo and cheetah and many more.
Spa: The Ayana Spa provides an ideal opportunity to compliment the feeling of wellness ones gets from being in nature with a relaxing treatment.Relax and allow our professional and highly skilled therapists to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
Family friendly: KIDS ON SAFARI A holiday is a time for both fun and relaxation and our Kids on Safari activity program allows Mom and Dad some alone time to relax while the children take part in a host of supervised outdoor activities.
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