The award winning Gondwana Game Reserve is ideally and accessibly located on South Africa’s popular Garden Route, less than four hour’s drive from Cape Town and 45 minutes from George Domestic Airport. The 11,000-hectare (26,000 acre) private game reserve offers an exclusive Big Five, malaria-free safari living experience. The Reserve is situated in a spectacular landscape with herds of antelope and awe inspiring views of the Langeberg and Outeniqua Mountains. The first of its kind in the Western Cape, Gondwana offers the chance to own a safari home in a Big Five game reserve with 5-star amenities and the ultimate luxury . . . space to enjoy your natural surroundings. In fact Gondwana is one of the lowest density developments in South Africa; its development density is less .027% of the total land.
Gondwana Game Reserve offers a once in a lifetime investment in conservation and in your family. Only a few free-hold title Private Residences remain from the developer within this 5 star game reserve with world-class facilities and attractions on its doorstep including championship golf courses at Pinnacle Point, Fancourt, Oubaai and Pezula, great swimming and surfing beaches and the attractive coastal towns of Mossel Bay, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay.
Despite the reserve’s great location and accessibility to restaurants, private hospitals, and shopping, it is secluded and remote giving a feeling of being in the middle of nowhere. It shares the areas’ renowned temperate climate, recorded as second in the world to Hawaii’s offering prime year round game viewing and outdoor safari living at its best! Over 15 species of antelope can be found on the Reserve including kudu, eland, Impala, waterbuck, sable, grey reebok and many more.
Gondwana is home to 17 carnivore species ranging from the small grey mongoose and small-spotted genet to medium-sized species such as the caracal and bat-eared fox, to the very large and powerful lion. Indigenous Fynbos vegetation cloaks the undulating valleys, adding vivid colour and interest to the wilderness experience and draws endemic birdlife.