Lalibela Game Reserve - Location
Lalibela is one of the few child friendly game reserves in the Eastern
Cape. Situated between Addo and Grahamstown, it is a perfect destination to
soak up the Game Reserve ambience as well as visiting the cultural hub of
Grahamstown. Lalibela is home to the Big 5 as well as Cheetah and Hyena.
accommodation at Lalibela Game Reserve
Tree Tops - Lalibela
Tree Tops luxury safari tents perched high on
thatched platforms at "tree top" level are joined by raised walkways
and offer spectacular views over the thickly-wooded valley. The rooms,
with their canvas walls and thatched roofs have huge window areas and give
guests the feeling of being right in the bush. Each room has a private
veranda where guests can sit and relax in privacy.
Tree Tops has a large lounge and open-air dining deck with a view over a small
waterhole. Guests can sun themselves around the swimming pool or relax in
the shaded gazebo.
Special care and consideration was taken during the construction of Tree Tops to
minimise the impact on the pristine vegetation in the valley.
Mark's Camp - Lalibela
Mark's Camp sleeps 8 people in four individual chalets. The camp is
booked as a unit, making it particularly suitable for groups with young
children. Each lodge also boasts a large lounge,
viewing deck and a sunny swimming pool where you can spend a lazy afternoon.
Each outdoor dining "boma" has a commanding view of a waterhole, which is spotlit
after dark for night game viewing.
Activities offered on
Lalibela Game Reserve
Early morning and sunset
game drives in an open vehicle with an experienced game ranger bring you
face to face with a multitude of game species, ranging from mighty elephant,
rhino and buffalo to tiny blue duiker and rock hyrax. Lalibela is also home
to hippo, giraffe, zebra, warthog and numerous species of antelope such as
eland, kudu, bushbuck and wildebeest.
Escorted bush walks open
up the intriguing world of the smaller animals and plants found at Lalibela and
offer an opportunity for bird watching. Thrilling night drives
under the vast African sky, search for the elusive bat-eared fox,
aarvark, black-backed jackal, aardwolf and the curious spring hare.