Unique South African Safari
Sibuya Game Reserve, Eastern Cape

Sibuya Game Reserve offers a unique South African Big 5 safari experience in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, in 3 unique eco friendly lodge options. The Sibuya Experience starts with a 45 minute boat transfer up the Kariega Estuary to River Camp, Forest Camp or Bush Lodge.

Unique Features

Access to the lodges is by a 45 minute relaxing river cruise
Choice of 3 different lodge options
Private decks with river views
A variety of activities: game drives, boat cruises, fishing, swimming, birding, canoeing
Families with kids, groups and couples are welcome

Your Experince

Sibuya Game Reserve, set against the Sunshine Coast of the Eastern Cape, enjoys a varied terrain with open river plains, fynbos and grasslands. This landscape is breathtaking and is home to an abundant supply of wildlife, which makes it a hotspot for nature lovers who can choose between three private lodge options. Whether you are a family with young kids or grandparents, a small group, or a honeymoon couple looking a little romance, this private game reserve in the Eastern Cape might be just what you are looking for.

Take your pick from the two solar-powered, luxury tented Camps - Forrest Camp and River Camp tucked away in the forest on the banks of the Kariega River, or how about Bush Lodge situated in a pristine, forested valley? There is something for everyone here at Sibuya Game Reserve, especially when it comes to the activities on offer.

From morning and evening game drives, birding, fishing, river cruises, beach walks, bush walks and canoeing, you really are spoilt for choice. As for families, River Camp is especially suitable for children of all ages. Guests with children under three years can request a babysitter to allow parents time off to enjoy the activities, or to simply find a spot to put their feet up and relax.

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