Chris and Rob Clarke from the United Kingdom made their trip to Kariega more than just a safari. They used the opportunity to bring school supplies for needy children at the local junior school.
We are pleased to offer a 20% discount on our standard Settlers Drift rates for safari guests arriving between 1 May and 31 August 2016. The rate is all inclusive and includes twice daily safari drives, river cruises, guided walking safaris, fishing, canoeing, accommodation, all meals and selected beverages.
When on safari you will most likely expect to see beautiful scenery teeming with wildlife, expansive views and experience early morning safaris on open vehicles, scrumptious meals and the enveloping stillness of the African bush. Kariega offers all of this in abundance and a few unexpected surprises too.
Heritage Day is a South African public holiday celebrated on 24 September each year. We enjoy a day to embrace our diversity and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of our country.
We were thrilled to hear this feedback from a guest who visited Kariega recently. The Boardman family stayed at Kariega Main Lodge with their young children and captured a newborn giraffe on their way out of the reserve.
The fourth annual Rhino Run will be held on the 20 September 2015 at five locations across South Africa as well as in Mississippi, USA. Enter this trail running event to help raise funds for rhino conservation.
The amazing story of rhino mum Thandi and her calf Thembi were featured in the South African You and Huisgenoot magazines in August 2015. Journalist Pieter van Zyl visited Kariega wildlife reserve and was able to meet the inspiring pair.
Those living near Chichester, West Sussex in the UK may be interested to visit the African Safari photography exhibition by Stephen Tattersall at the Oxmarket Centre of Arts from 1 - 13 September 2015.
We are excited to let you know that our inspirational rhino poaching survivor Thandi and her calf Thembi will feature in a new ITV documentary series called Animal Mums on Sunday 23 August 2015. The first episode, featuring the two Kariega rhino, airs on ITV One at 7pm.
Kariega guest David Kettles is the winner of our 2015 Facebook Photo competition. He tells his story of the winning image!