Malaria free, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is nestled at the foot of the Warmwatersberg Mountains in the Klein Karoo of the Western Cape of South Africa. It is a 3 hour drive to Sanbona Wildlife Reserve from Cape Town, and once arrived, you will be able to view the Big Five including the rare free roaming white lions.
Gondwana family lodge in Sanbona.
Luxury Accommodation at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve comprises the following accommodation:
Dwyka Tented Lodge: Nine luxury tents each with their own plunge pools, all positioned on the horseshoe bend of a dry river bed, facing an awesome rock formation – once the home of ancient Khoisan hunters.
Dwyka tented interiors, Sanbona Wildlife reserve
Gondwana Lodge: Designed to replicate a Karoo homestead with 12 luxury suites boasting spectacular views over the surrounding mountains and plains. Gondwana Lodge is perfect for children of all ages and offers a “Kids on Safari” program
Tilney Manor: 3 separate units, including 6 suites with their own private verandas also with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and plains.
Relax by the pool at Tinley Manor
Sanbona Explorer Camp: A walking experience perfect for the guest who wants to experience an authentic tented bush camp. The camp is located in a shaded river bed and is a 30 minute drive from Dwyka Lodge. Guests experience the thrill of being on foot in the bush, and then fall asleep at night around a big bonfire within the comfort of the luxury tented accommodation.
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, Interiors, Exteriors and Guest Experience
Sanbona Game Viewing, Activities & Attractions
Exciting twice daily game drives with qualified rangers
Over 200 bird species
Phenomenal star gazing
Rock art sites dating back 3500 years depicting the spiritual beliefs of the San Bushmen and Khoikoi people of Southern Africa
Extraordinary rock formations and geological features
Spa Treatments at Tilney Manor, Dwyka and Gondwana
Private airstrip where you will be met by a ranger and transferred to your Lodge
Fantastic photographic opportunities
Fresh vegetables and herbs grown at each lodge to provide organic produce to the kitchen