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Lush coastal forest and grassland is home to vast herds of African game, including White Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe and many more species. All the animals roam freely, unrestricted in natural surroundings. This...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Kragga Kamma Road | Theesecombe, Port Elizabeth 6000, South Africa
Our family (a couple and two adult daughters) recently visited the game park. We stayed overnight on their winter break special offer. We were delighted and surprised: the escorted game drive was a fantastic and informative experience, the staff are friendly and helpful, and the...More
Beautiful day, lots of game, lots of cheetahs.
We have been before and were not disappointed this time.
I think we were the only visitors that day so the animals were calm and not at all bothered by our presence
Being born and raised in Port Elizabeth, I knew about Kragga Kamma Game Park for as long as I can recall, but only had the opportunity (for the 1st time) to not only visit but also stay in the Park for 4 unforgettable nights.
This is top of my list of things top do in Port Elizabeth (PE) ka 'The Friendly City', or as some of the locals would say 'The Windy City', for good reason.
We did the self-drive option, reasonably priced at R80 (£5). What is special...More
I stayed one night in the Nayala cabin. It is great to accompany your stay with an early morning self game drive. The cabin was clean with the basic amenities. However I would recommend that they add an extra couple of blankets in the winter....More
I have been to Kragga Kamma many times and every time it has been very enjoyable.
Good roads and plenty of animals make for an interesting day out.
There is also a very nice picnic area and a pleasant walking route through part of the...More
As we entered the gate, we could see the animals all along our way. We stopped every now and again to have a closer look at the zebras, buck, buffalo, etc. We planned on spending about half an hour, but with all the animals along...More