Nestled on the breath-taking rural stretch of coastline fondly called the Wild Coast, the Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve is known for offering guests a unique experience of the unspoilt Eastern Cape.
You will never run short of things to do in this paradise. Enjoy from game drives to see the famed Big 5, elephant walks, quad-biking, canoeing, bird-watching to whale-watching, rural tours and many types of hiking. Visitors to Inkwenkwezi also never leave the reserve without seeing their pride of rare white lions!
SLEEP IN LAVISH TENTS AT INKWENKWEZI
For your accommodation, Inkwenkwezi has a Bush Camp that consists of six lavish en-suite safari tents. All tents have electricity, twin beds with Cloud 9 mattresses, slatted headboards, bedside tables and bedside lamps, fans, heaters, telephone, a chest of drawers and a tea/coffee station.
The private bathrooms feature a shower (hot and cold water), which is crafted to resemble a cave and blends with the natural rock and bush of this area.
From its hilltop site, the camp overlooks a valley and each safari tent is positioned on a raised timber deck offering you your own private game viewing. On the elevated and partially covered timber deck, guests are able to relax on an easy chair with a coffee table.
The spacious and well-appointed Valley Camp also offers luxury tented accommodation. Here, you can snuggle down into an easy chair to watch the wildlife from the comfort of your own timber viewing deck, or take a blissful bath in the slipper tub.
All of the luxury Valley Camp tents are also fitted with Cloud 9 mattresses, percale linen, air conditioners, a stocked minibar, and a four-sided glass shower.
The Valley Camp consists of six custom-designed luxury tents; accommodating 12 guests, one of which has a children’s tent attached accommodating an extra two guests. Each custom-built tent is positioned on its own elevated timber deck nestling between indigenous trees in absolute privacy.
The tents boast an inside sitting area as well as a covered and uncovered private viewing deck.
INKWENKWEZI OFFERS EXCITING ACTIVITIES
After a day of activities or tours, you will want to grab a refreshing shower and grab a delicious meal at the Emthombeni Restaurant or indulge in the local culinary delights at the Sunset Lapa.
Because of it vicinity to the birthplace of African legends, Inkwenkwezi is known as ‘The place of African Legends’!
Want to explore the rural Wild Coast, call 043 734 3234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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