We are thrilled to announce that TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, has awarded Kariega Game Reserve the prestigious certificate of excellence for the fifth year running.
An Eastern Cape safari is sure to provide the thrills of the Big 5 without the risk of malaria. However, there are creepy crawlies that might try to follow you home.
Kariega is fortunate to be home to many healthy herds of zebra. Our guests are spoilt with scenes of these striking animals. They make for great photographic moments. Here are a few of our favourite zebra pictures from the last few months.
At Kariega we are fortunate to have highly qualified and skilled guides who go out of their way for guests. Spending so much of their time in the wilderness surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna many of them have become adept at capturing fantastic action on their cameras.
Rhino warrior Angie Goody took these lovely photographs of Thandi and her young calf Thembi enjoying a mud bath recently. We share the pictures with you today in honour of this new young life, a symbol of hope in the fight against rhino poaching.
The international poetry anthology, For Rhino in a Shrinking World, is editor and poet Harry Owen’s attempt to raise awareness of the horror that is rhino poaching through the words of some of the world’s best and most generous-spirited poets.
Ranger Jone Fick is enjoying the start of autumn on the reserve. Read about the impala rutting season and the beautiful colourful lilies that appear at this time of year.
Angie Goody shares an update on Thembi, Thandi's miracle calf, who recently recovered from a respiratory tract infection.
We provide free access to Wi-Fi at all five lodges at Kariega Game Reserve. However, Wi-Fi is not available in the suites or chalets. Wi-Fi can only be accessed in the lodge and reception areas. This may come as a bit of a shock to those accustomed to access at all times! To help you prepare for time away from electronic devices we have compiled a list of 13 things to do without Wi-Fi while on safari at Kariega.
Rozanne Visagie wrote and recorded a song in aid of rhino conservation after seeing the horrific images of Thandi and Themba. Read about her inspiring journey.