Kragga Kamma Game Park may be small in size, just over 200 hectares, but visitors will be astounded by the array of wildlife wondering within its borders. A lush indigenous forest and waving grasslands characterise the natural surroundings. Its proximity to the Indian Ocean on South Africa’s Garden Route makes it an ideal safari destination for those looking for a perfect bush and beach experience.
Local wildlife includes popular species like rhino and buffalo and fascinating antelopes like nyala and bontebok. Among the incredible birdlife, travellers can expect to see the iconic fish eagle and yellow-billed kites.
Kragga Kamma Game Park is conveniently located on the Garden Route and only 14 kilometres from the city of Port Elizabeth—home to a regional airport receiving flights from across South Africa.
Kragga Kamma Game Park is located just 14 kilometres from Port Elizabeth and open to day-visitors that can drive through the park on well-maintained roads.
Kragga Kamma Game Park is located in a region with a moderate climate making it a good destination to visit throughout the year.
The setting of Kragga Kamma lends itself perfectly to be the natural habitat where a variety of species roam. Visitors can look forward to spotting white rhino, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, nyala and bontebok. More than 200 different bird species occur in the park, and the most noticeable species are jackal buzzard, fish eagle, yellow-billed kite and sparrow hawk.
Kragga Kamma Game Park is a year-round safari destination because of the moderate climate of the region. During summer, between November and March, temperatures hover in the mid to high twenties while it only dips slightly during the rest of the year.
There is a variety of safari activities on offer at Kragga Kamma. Visitors can either drive themselves on well-maintained roads or opt for a guided drive in an open safari vehicle. A must-do is a walk on a raised treetop boardwalk through an indigenous forest.
Kragga Kamma Game Park caters to all tastes and budgets when it comes to overnight accommodation. Two thatched lodges with all amenities are ideally suited for families. There are also two thatched chalets and four log cabins with outside braai facilities.