Eastern Cape Lodges
A land of rolling hills, endless sweeps of rocky coves and sandy beaches and towering mountains. Mountain Zebra Park, Addo Elephant Park, Shamwari Game Reserve, Amakala Game Reserve and Port Elizabeth are some of the many attractions on offer. The Eastern Cape South Africa also offers the great benefit of being malaria free and hence is perfect for those 'Big 5' family friendly safaris.
Centrally located, all game reserves and national parks are within easy reach of the coastline and provides the perfect beginning or end to a journey along the famed Garden Route.
The Uyaphi team has chosen a select portfolio of Eastern Cape lodges, camps and intimate hotels for your enjoyment.
- Amakhala Woodbury Lodge
Rates from R3 880.00 ppAmakhala Woodbury Lodge offers an intimate and tranquil experience of the Eastern Cape riverine bushveld at its best. Experience a memorable safari in an area steeped in history and beauty. The lodge has recently received a four-star grading in recognition of its standards.
- Shamwari Lobengula Lodge
Rates from R7 800.00 pp sharingShamwari Lobengula Lodge is a beautiful and tranquil space tucked away in the depths of the valley bushveld; the Villa mirrors a traditional African "kraal" which enclosed by breath-taking views. All six suites can sleep a maximum of 2 adults per suite.
- The Elephant House
Rates from R1 100.00 ppThe Elephant House, situated in the Sundays River Valley, set on a beautiful property, surrounded by rolling lawns and indigenous trees. The House, a thatched colonial style lodge, offers guests all the splendour of a bygone era. 45 minutes from Port Elizabeth.
- Sibuya Bush Lodge
Rates from R3 405.00 ppSibuya Bush Lodge is a stylish bush destination, which mushrooms from an indigenous forested valley within the Malaria-Free Sibuya Game Reserve. A "Big 5" safari destination with a high density of animals and one of the best game-viewing experiences in the country is guaranteed.
- Amakhala Hlosi Lodge
Rates from R3 580.00 ppAmakhala Hlosi Lodge offers guests that true African hospitality mixed with all the luxuries that one could wish for in an upmarket safari lodge. From the moment you arrive, one gets that sense of belonging. The entire lodge is fenced in by a small electric fence.