Kariega Ukhozi Lodge

  Bush/Safari Lodges - Addo Park and Port Elizabeth, SOUTH AFRICA

Ukhozi Lodge (the place of Eagles), where guests can unwind in front of warm log fires, enjoy sumptuous cuisine or simply share experiences of the African bush.

Rates Indication From: ZAR 4200.00

DETAILED RATES: Kariega Ukhozi Lodge

Kariega Ukhozi Lodge Location
Situated in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, at the end of the famous Garden Route, the reserve stretches from the Kariega River to the Bushman River, and is 14 kms from Kenton-on-Sea and 145 kms from Port Elizabeth.

Kariega Ukhozi Lodge Activities
Beach Wildlife Game Drives Self Drive Walking Canoeing Photography Birding Mountain Biking Game Cruise Swimming Pool Horse Riding Malaria Free Price Range - Southern Africa: $200 - $400

Kariega Ukhozi Lodge Attractions
Sanctuary to abundant game and wildlife such as lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, hippo, giraffe, zebra, eland, wildebeest, waterbuck and a variety of antelope, as well as a myriad of bird species, including nesting Martial, Crowned and Fish Eagles, this 5000 hectare private game reserve is a must, for those seeking the retreat and the thrill of the great outdoors and an African Safari vacation of a lifetime.

Kariega Ukhozi Lodge Facilities
A unique African-style lodge together with 10 superbly appointed luxury suites has taken Kariega to a new level of exclusivity and comfort. Due to its exclusivity no children 10 years or under are allowed at Ukhozi. Our suites allow you to blend natural beauty and splendour with all the best of human comforts... Freshen up after a day in the bush in your immaculate en-suite bathroom. Relax in the tranquil ambience of our outdoor heated pool. Optional extras: Game drives, night drives, river cruises, mountain biking and canoeing. Team building to suit your requirements.

Kariega Ukhozi Lodge Additional Information
Hiking:- For hiking enthusiasts, Kariega's trails are a must. Walk safely amongst more than 25 species of game and wonderful bird life. Game Drives:- Enjoy our game drives in open vehicles with experienced Rangers. River Cruises:- Join us on the 'Kariega Queen' for a memorable cruise down the Kariega River and enjoy the tranquility of nature, whilst enjoying a refreshing drink from the bar on deck. Canoeing:- Take a leisurely paddle down the Kariega River and spot our nesting Fish Eagles. Mountain Biking:-Enjoy the freedom of using our bikes for easy viewing of game, whilst exercising. Fly-fishing:- This is a haven for fly fishermen. Enjoy tranquil and picturesque surroundings whilst fishing for your prize in the well stocked Kariega River (bring own fishing equipment). Horse Riding:- For enthusiasts, a magnificent horse riding experience on the expansive beaches of Kenton-on-Sea is available. Golf:- For golfing enthusiasts the well known Royal Port Alfred or Fish River Sun Golf courses are only 25 and 40 minutes away. Bird-Watching:- Kariega boasts more than 250 species of birds, among them the high soaring Fish, Martial and Crowned Eagles. This great selection of bird life will keep keen bird watchers busy for hours. Swimming:- For 'water babies' or those just wanting to cool off from the hot African sun, dive into the river and revel in the beautiful river pools. Surrounded by pristine forests. Swimming is safe and there are no crocodiles! For the less adventurous, there is a communal pool. Beaches:- Kenton on Sea with its golden beaches is less than 15 minutes away. Plan your stay at Kariega so as to experience the contrast of the ocean and river and abundant African wildlife.

Kariega Ukhozi Lodge Children Policy
No children 10 years and under.
11 years and older pay full adult rate.

Nearest City: KENTON-ON-SEA
Check In Time: 02:00:00 PM
Check Out Time: 11:00:00 AM

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