• Indigenous birds - Knysna turaco
    Indigenous birds - Knysna turaco

    This bird family is known as Loeries in South Africa

  • Spot common warthog on tour
    Spot common warthog on tour

    Warthog is a wild member of the pig family.

Half Day Kragga Kamma Safari Tours | Port Elizabeth Safaris

Rhinos, giraffes, cape buffalo and zebras are just a few of the African animals that roam freely in Kragga Kamma Game Park. This malaria-free safari park is just 20 minutes from Port Elizabeth so you don’t have to waste time in transit or enter risky regions for a Port Elizabeth safari. A guided game drive in a closed tour vehicle that hits the top wildlife viewing areas is followed by a chance to see cheetah and lion in their separate enclosures.

Explore Kragga Kamma game park with a local and knowledgeable guide for an educational, malaria-free Port Elizabeth safari experience. This half day Kragga Kamma game drive takes place in a closed tour vehicle with air-conditioning, perfect for small group tours and families with small children. Traveling with a qualified tourist guide means you'll get the best chance of spotting South Africa's indigenous wildlife like the white rhino, giraffe, zebra, nyala, bontebok, impala and many more species that roam freely in their natural surroundings of grassland and lush coastal forest, offering memorable sightings. 




Port Elizabeth to Game Park

Port Elizabeth to Kragga Kamma game park

Your safari game drive tour begins with pickup from your Port Elizabeth accommodation at 9:00 am or for the afternoon tour at 13:00 pm, when you’ll board an air-conditioned vehicle to greet your driver and guide. (The drive is approximately 25 minutes).

Upon arrival your driver will check in at the gates and the much-awaited game drive will begin. Get your cameras and binoculars ready! You will be driven through the park with vehicle stops for animal sightings along the way.

Look out for Giraffe, white rhino, waterbuck, buffalo, nyala, impala and many more animals that roam freely in their South African paradise.

Next, you will enter the gravel loop of the cheetah's enclosure and thereafter, your driver/guide will take you to the stopover for a refreshment and bathroom stop. There is a café open for quick bite/refreshment and memorabilia can be purchased from their shop all at own expense.

Take a leisurely guided stroll along the forest boardwalk and enjoyable the peaceful walk. The bird life is plentiful with more than 200 species identified in the Park. Next, you will be taken to see the lion in their enclosure and spot other animals at the lookout points.

Afterwards, your driver will take you back to your accommodation in Port Elizabeth or other location as arranged.