Kali Sakai from Seattle shared their experience in words, images and video after their recent safari at Kariega. We are so pleased you had a great safari at Kariega.
Kariega Game Reserve is excited to be hosting two photographic safaris in 2015 and welcome both experienced and novice photographers to join us in a guided journey through the untouched wilderness of the Eastern Cape. Only 6 spaces on each trip so book soon to ensure a spot.
It was a great day when the author of the children’s book Ogres of Greed made a substantial financial donation to the Kariega Foundation Trust for for the Save the Rhino Project. We are incredibly grateful for this generous donation.
Reece is a 10 year-old school boy from Shaw Park Primary School in the nearby village of Port Alfred. Over the last four years Reece has become more and more aware of increase in rhino poaching and the need to conserve the species.
Kariega is very pleased to confirm that our new 5-star luxury tented lodge, Settlers Drift, will open on 1 December 2014.
Kariega Game Reserve is proud to announce that it has been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the third year in a row.
Our picturesque Eastern Cape game reserve hosted another successful Africa Geographic Travel photographic safari between 9 - 13 May 2014.
A big thanks to the very enthusiastic group of Kariega Conservation Volunteers that made it a memorable afternoon with the children of Klipfontein After-care centre recently.
The Kariega Game Reserve rangers are proud to introduce delicious Fairtrade coffee to keep guests toasty warm during game drives. Guests can enjoy Bean There coffee which comes from all corners of Africa including Ruwanda, Ethiopia, Burundi and Tanzania. Not only that, but the Fairtrade endorsement ensures that the coffee is produced in a way that is safe for the environment and beneficial to the community.