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Koffylaagte Valley, Eastern Cape


Directions are as follows:

Take the R75 to Graaff-Reinet, bypassing Uitenhage. You will travel in the direction towards Jansenville/Graaff-ReinetApprox 95 km from Port Elizabeth, you will turn right at the “Sapkamma/Paardepoort” turn-off (33°22’06,00″S 25°02’50,36″E). 5km later, please turn left at the “T” junction (33°20’04,07″S 25°03’06,05″E). Stay on the main gravel road for another 20 km – Koffylaagte Game Lodge will be situated to your left (33°13’54.94″S 24°56’59,08″E). Koffylaagte Game Lodge is about 1hr30min drive from Port Elizabeth.

(Before the “Sapkamma/Paardepoort” turn-off, you will pass the Daniel Cheetah Breeding Farm, as well as the turn-off to Glenconnor and the Paardepoort turn-off.)

An alternate route for sedan or low carriage vehicles would be to continue on the R75 for approximately another 32 km – you will travel past the turn-off to Blaauwbosch and Wolwefontein – you will see the turn-off for Greystone (33°12’08,22″S 24°50’39,32″E). Turn right and travel for approx 9km on a gravel road. You will get to a T Junction marked Darlington / Paardepoort (33°09’31,68″S 24°54’01,49″E). Turn right towards Paardepoort and travel for a further 9km. Koffylaagte Game Lodge will be situated on your right (33°13’54,94″S  24°56’59,08″E).

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