A great family safari destination, Shamwari Game Reserve is home to Shamwari Long Lee Manor where you can enjoy game drives and barbecue dinners.
Originally built in 1910, restored Edwardian Manor House, offers a distinctive Colonial experience. Accommodates 38 guests in elegant en-suite rooms, all with air-conditioning and heating, as well as family suites for the children....
Air-conditioning (hot & cold).
International direct dial
Tea/coffee making facilities
About Shamwari Long Lee Manor
The Shamwari Game Reserve boasts 25,000 hectares (61,000 acres) of malaria free, private game reserve situated in the Eastern Cape of SouthAfrica. Situated along the Bushmans River, halfway between Port Elizabeth (45 minutes drive outside the city) and Grahamstown, a pleasant drive from Cape Town, it forms a natural extension to the famous Garden Route. Steeped in Settler history, and dating back to the time when a multitude of game roamed wild and free, the 25,000 hectare reserve boasts five eco-systems, thus enabling the support of many forms of plant, animal and bird life. Accommodation comprises of 7 Lodges dotted across the reserve, including the new Sarili Lodge.
Awards won by the Shamwari Game Reserve include: The Worlds Leading Safari and Game Reserve 2008 for the 11th consecutive year and 2008 the first world travel green award for the Worlds Leading Conservation Company.
Fine dining with tea breaks or relax at their bars.
Barbeque styled dinners are a popular choice.
Facilities and services:
Daily game drives
On site shop with curios.
Speak to one of our Shamwari Long Lee Manor travel experts now on 0203 131 8384