303 – Lake Eland Game Reserve

Lake Eland Game Reserve, Izinqolweni, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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Welcome to Lake Eland Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

It is indeed fitting that the Game Reserve is named Lake Eland in honour of this magnificent antelope and its symbolic meaning to the San. Lake Eland Game Reserve is truly a place of peace and tranquility.

We invite all who visit here to share in its beauty and splendor, take home memories of the spectacular views and experience restoration of spirit.

This natural landscape, which spans an impressive 5000 acres, is a quick 40 minutes drive from Port Shepstone along the N2 South. Well maintained roads make it possible for much of our fauna and flora to be seen from the comfort of your car or from our game viewing vehicles.

Lake Eland Game Reserve is the perfect venue for a family holiday, romantic getaway or simply a day???s outing. Spectacular views of the Oribi Gorge and abundant wild life make this a unique experience. With a variety of facilities and activities to choose from, such as a children???s playground, game drives, horse rides, walking and cycling trails, paint ball, our challenging 4×4 track, and a thrilling walk across our 80m suspension bridge, everyone will have a fun-filled and relaxing day at Lake Eland.

 

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