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Koffylaagte Valley, Eastern Cape

Luxury Safari Tents

There are five of these tents within walking distance of the Lodge and each private from one another.  Of the five units, two can accommodate four people and three are for couples.  Guests booking this accommodation receive full-board (breakfast, brunch, high tea and dinner) as well as a game drive each day.

Upmarket Lodge Rooms

There are three of these rooms located in the Lodge itself, just off the restaurant area.  Guests booking this accommodation receive full-board (breakfast, brunch, high tea and dinner) as well as a game drive each day.

Self-catering Farm House

There are two options, one sleeping four people and the other two.  The units are semi-detached and both units can be booked for large families or groups.  The units are fully equipped for self-catering.  The farm house is adjacent to the lodge and is ideally suited to families who want to make use of the swimming pool and the games room with the option of eating in the restaurant when they want to relax.

Eco-friendly, Solar-Powered Bush Cottage

Located in the bush some distance from the Lodge, this self-catering cottage has hot water and clean ablutions as well as a gas stove and fridge.  The accommodation is rustic and guests are free to roam the surroundings.  On arrival at the Lodge, the guest luggage is transferred to a Lodge 4×4 and guests are transported to the cottage. Guests are issued with a two way radio to connect them to the Lodge for any assistance or transport they may require.


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Rhino Fact! Did you know…

White rhinoceros are the second largest land mammal The white rhino is the largest rhino species and can weigh over 3500 kg (7700 lb) and is the largest land mammal after the elephant. Elephants can grow to be 7,000 kg (15,000 lb)

Giraffe Fact! Did you know…

Female giraffes give birth standing up and their young may drop several feet to the ground as they are being born. They are protected by the sac though and this keeps them from being harmed during that process. A newborn is about 6 feet tall!

Rhino Fact! Did you know…

Rhinos have poor eyesight, but very well-developed senses of olfaction (smell) and hearing. A rhino has difficulty detecting someone standing only a hundred feet away if the individual remains still. However, if the person makes the faintest sound or the rhino is able to smell the person, it will easily detect him, even at much greater distances. The olfactory portion is the largest area of the rhino’s brain.