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Overview

WWelcome to the Western Cape’s Premier Wildlife Destination.

Designed for family safaris,Gondwana Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve overlooks the Bellair Dam and resembles a typical thatched Karoo homestead. This child friendly lodge offers 12 generously proportioned luxury suites, each with endless views over the Karoo plains, and the Anysberg Mountains.

When not engaged in thrilling safari activities, guests can relax at the pool, or indulge in a spa treatment at the Relaxation Retreat. Children have their own outdoor play area, activity room, spacious lawn, and child friendly pool. As if that is not enough, we also entertain children on our exciting and educational ‘Kids on Safari’ program.

Nestled in the heart of the Little Karoo, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is a three-hour drive from Cape Town, along Route 62. At the foot of the towering Warmwaterberg Mountains, Sanbona boasts sculpted Cape Fold Mountains, wide open Karoo plains, indigenous flora and fauna and rare examples of San rock art, some dating back more than 3, 500 years. 

Explore all this from your choice of 3 different luxury lodges. Whilst the free roaming Big 5 call Sanbona home, it’s the vastness of the landscape and the raw beauty of the boundless plains that make safaris at Sanbona unique. 

Explore the 54, 000 hectares of this malaria-free premier, private game reserve for an ultimate safari experience close to Cape Town.

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