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Lalibela Game Reserve 2018-10-15T07:24:39+00:00

SOUTH AFRICA, EASTERN CAPE, PORT ELIZABETH & ADDO

Lalibela Game Reserve is located in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, close to Port Elizabeth and Addo, which means it is not only malaria free, but spans 5 ecosystems, resulting in a breath-taking diversity of flora and fauna.

Lalibela Big 5 Game Reserve & Safari Lodge

Lalibela is a conservation project that currently consists of 10,500 hectares (approximately 26,000 acres) and is home to the Big 5 (lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo & leopard) as well as other predators like cheetah, hyena, jackal & lynx.

Unique to our area of South Africa, we are blessed with vast areas Savannah Grassland, the biome that has by far the highest carrying capacity – this means that we are able to sustain truly vast herds of plains game like zebra, impala, wildebeest, red hartebeest, blesbuck and eland. This, in turn, allows us to sustain a remarkable density of free-roaming lions.

Our primary focus at Lalibela is the conservation of our indigenous flora and fauna taking into account the community in our area. This is achieved by a huge team of diverse and special people – all who share the vision of long-term sustainability in a fast-changing world

The 3 main aspects of any African safari are the game-viewing, the accommodation and the food – at Lalibela we take special care to ensure that heartfelt service combines with these three “ingredients” to make your Big 5 African safari experience a memorable one.

We invite you to visit us so that we can share with you what Lalibela is about!

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An overview of Lalibela

A 3 minute video overview of Lalibela

Walking Safaris

Big 5 walking safaris – an exciting additional option for our guests

Territorial Dispute

Dominant male lions battle for territory

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Our camps

Lalibela Game Reserve and Safari Lodge is located in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, close to Port Elizabeth and Addo, which means it is not only malaria free, but spans 5 ecosystems, resulting in a breath-taking diversity of flora and fauna.

Lentaba Safari Lodge

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Mills Manor

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Kichaka Lodge

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Tree Tops Safari Lodge

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MARK'S CAMP

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CHILDREN ON SAFARI

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