Game 4 Africa Safaris offers our clients a variety of additional activities (not included in daily rate).
Addo Elephant Park
We can take a breather during the safari, by providing a trip to a nearby game reserve. You would have the option of visiting a privately owned Big 5 game reserve which is a 1h30 minutes drive away from our Lodge or a trip to the famous Addo Elephant National Park near Port Elizabeth. This is approximately one and half hour’s drive from the Lodge and is a state owned Game Reserve. This would be the most cost effective choice for the whole family.
An elephant ride can be arranged within close proximity to Addo Elephant Park.
We also offer fishing charters which is mainly bottom/reef fishing. This is done off-shore from a fully equipt sea going vessel, where species such as the Black Steenbras, Kob, Geelbek, Copper Steenbras, Red fish and Sharks can be caught.
Our fishing charters are conducted from Port Alfred a small town approximately 1 hours drive from our lodge. This area is home to some of the best off shore fishing in the Eastern Cape. We can follow up the fishing with a delightful seafood meal at one of the restaurants in Port Alfred. South Africa is known for its traditional wines and seafood and they could be tested in the warm hospitality of the Eastern Cape.
This day trip could provide a relaxing break before continuing with your hunting safari.
A leisurely cruise up the Kariega River is followed by a three hour game drive and a delicious cold buffet lunch on the banks of the river. A slow cruise back to Kenton-on-Sea as the sun sets is a fitting end to a wonderful experience with nature. Bespoke packages can be arranged for birders, year-end functions and other celebrations.
Adventurous horse riding and hiking trails down steep dunes onto secluded beaches, and through shady dune forests with stunning views out to sea. Follow tracks along the river, across wetlands and through open farmland.
Grahamstown forms part of the popular Frontier Country route - so named because it was literally the 19th century frontier between the British Cape Colony and the Xhosa territories. It was the scene of first contact, cultural clashes, confusion and, inevitably, conflict. Much of what happened here set the tone for South Africa's turbulent multi-cultural history.
Port Alfred boasts not only the climate, the water, the beaches and the historical connections, but we have stepped into the modern world with top-class shopping malls, sophisticated healthcare, a Royal golf course, intimate small-boat harbour, light industry, international hospitality university and 43 Air School, a world-class training facility for pilots and air traffic controllers. They also have the stunning Royal Alfred Marina - one of few in the world where every home owner enjoys private water frontage and a personal jetty! Visitors can enjoy boat cruises through the Marina canals and if you feel energetic you can hire a water pedalo or canoe to make the trip.