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Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve


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Max 3 Guests
1 double

from R 10110 / per person per night sharing

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About Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve caters to guests of all ages, and offers awe-inspiring views of the majestic Anysberg Mountains and the Bellair Dam. Enveloped in the charm of thatched roofs and contemporary comfort, the lodge provides both an authentic bush experience and modern conveniences.

With interconnecting rooms, indoor and outdoor play areas, and a child-friendly pool, Gondwana Family Lodge is perfect for kids, and offers a range of educational and recreational wildlife experiences, accommodating individual preferences. Additionally, for ultimate relaxation, a Relaxation Retreat with a variety of therapies and treatments is available.

Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve Setting

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is one of South Africa' s largest privately owned nature reserves, spanning a magnificent 58,000 hectares that encompass two biodiversity hotspots. This vast expanse in the Little Karoo, just outside Montagu in the Western Cape, awaits a mere 3.5 hours drive from Cape Town along Route 62, and promises an authentic and diverse natural space, where a harmonious balance is nurtured, allowing crucial ecosystems, endangered wildlife (such as white lions), and unique flora to thrive for generations to come.

Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve creates the perfect stage for an immersive experience for guests to delight in thrilling game drives and guided walks, before unwinding by the child-friendly pool and indulging in stargazing under the clear skies. What’s more, little future conservationists can delight in child-friendly facilities and engaging Kids on Safari activities.

What's included

  • Two daily nature drives
  • Guided wilderness walks
  • All meals and all non-alcoholic beverages
  • Game drive snacks and drinks
  • Internal reserve transfers between the lodges and welcome lounge


How to get there

  • 2 hrs

    Cape Town International Airport

  • Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

    R62, Montagu, 6720

  • Check in at Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

    14:00 on day of arrival

  • Check out at Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

    10:00 on day of departure

Frequently asked questions


  • Lovey Every Moment

    We loved the experience and the lodge's excellent service. Thank you Gondwana Family Lodge for an amazing stay, the eperience was worth every cent we paid. review

    L. Cindy

  • Amazing Place

    Beautiful lodge, spacious rooms, staff work hard to provide an excellent service. The lodge is family friendly and they go an extra mile to make the kids have an amazing safari experience. We trully enjoyed our stay at Gondwana Family Lodge. review

    C. Karl

Gondwana Family Lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve impact highlights

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve takes immense pride in its crucial role as a leading force in conservation efforts. With the responsibility of managing 58,000 hectares of land, they prioritize sustainable development as a core principle. From its inception, Sanbona has been built on the values of conservation management, and to this day, they continue to put significant effort into preserving the ecological, commercial, and social integrity of the reserve.

Every experience at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is a testament to an unwavering commitment to conservation. As a non-profit company, every cent of your stay contributes to our conservation efforts, and you'll have the gratifying opportunity to witness the results firsthand. The sustainable approach to showcasing the region's unique biodiversity, botanical treasures, and endangered wildlife allows you to see the impact of your support.

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