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Woodbury Tented Camp - Sidbury Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Woodbury Tented Camp

Follow N2 from Port Elizabeth, Sidbury - Map
"Brilliant family safari experience"
This turned out to be an excellent family holiday. We originally chose the tented camp option as it was the cheapest way for the four of us to stay on one of the private game reserves (Woodbury Tented Camp is located in the Amakhala game reserve), however I would now recommend this option over a regular lodge as it offered the perfect balance of adventure and comfort (electric blankets on the beds!). The staff were all very friendly and our guide, Melumzi, did an excellent job of tracking down the animals big and small: lion (including cubs), elephant, white rhino, giraffe, buffalo, zebra, kudu, waterbuck, etc. He was great with the children and shared a number of amusing stories to help them remember the different types of antelope. Our two night stay included four game drives (4pm and 6am each day - 3 hours each) and full board - the Expedia listing wasn't so clear about this. There was one small hiccup initially because Expedia allowed us to book all four of us into one tent, which isn't allowed, however the Woodbury manager contacted us and very kindly offered us the use of a second tent at no extra cost. If you are planning to have more than two in a tent it would be best to contact Woodbury directly. Likewise, if you are travelling with children under 6 you should check if this can be accommodated: in our case they were very happy to allow our 5 year old on the game drives, but this is not the case in all private reserves.
Traveller from U.K.
Situated in Sidbury, this lodge is 12.5 mi (20.2 km) from Amakhala Game Reserve and within 32 mi (52 km) of Lalibela Game …More
Woodbury Lodge - Sidbury Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Woodbury Lodge

Amakhala Game Reserve follow N2, Sidbury - Map
"Excellent Safari Lodge"
Our three day stay at Woodbury was wonderful from start to finish. Tim, the front desk manager greeted us and took our luggage up to our "room with a view". Jason, our driver and Safari guide, was knowledgable and very proficient. Thankfully he knew the dirt roads very well and also where the animals were likely to be spotted. We saw everything except the elusive leopard. The food was delicious, well prepared and presented. The bread is exceptional. (thanks for the recipe, Katrin) Thank you to all for a memorable experience. Gill and Terry, Canada.
Traveller from Canada
Situated on a river, this eco-friendly lodge is 12.5 mi (20.2 km) from Amakhala Game Reserve and within 32 mi (52 km) of …More
HillsNek Safari Camp - Sidbury Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

HillsNek Safari Camp

Amakhala Game Reserve, Sidbury - Map
Hillsnek was a luxury safari experience. From the wonderful tent, to the delicious and plentiful meals and snacks, everything was a delight. The game drives were so educational and awe inspiring. So many delightful animals and plants. The gorgeous scenery alone were worth it. Our ranger Matt was wonderful, clearly knowledgeable, enthusiastic and respectful of the environment and animals.
A Traveller
Located in the mountains, this family-friendly hotel is 12 mi (19.4 km) from Amakhala Game Reserve.More
Kwantu Private Game Reserve - Sidbury Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Kwantu Private Game Reserve

1 Daniel Street, Sidbury - Map
"Beautiful place. "
We stayed at the hotel/Pollards Inn. It is a beautiful place but maybe we will try the Lodges next time as they are actually inside the game area, although they are VERY quiet. This could be made clearer in the bookings. So if you want a bit more activity then stay at the Inn. But if you want less activity and more direct viewing of animals then stay in the Lodges. Both are beautifully decorated, luxurious, and clean. The animal experience was unforgettable. There were excellent and well organized activities such as game drives, predator rehabilitation center, and elephant sanctuary with very knowledgeable and personable guides. The most significant drawback was that the WiFi/Internet access was very poor and should be upgraded. Guests should also be forewarned to keep their sliding doors to the balconies closed to keep the Vervet Monkeys out of the rooms. We did not have any issue but know of several guests who did leave the doors open and had their rooms messed up by the monkeys looking for food/sugar packets. Food was plentiful and great tasting but maybe not the highest quality- average overall, though the seafood curries were outstanding. Also maybe make clearer in the bookings that no alcohol (wine/beer) is served or available since the place is owned by and caters to the Muslim population. It wasn't a problem really but was unexpected. Great experience overall.
Traveller from Washington DC
Situated in a rural location, this luxury lodge is 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Shamwari Game Reserve and within 16 mi (25 km) of …More
Idwala Lodge - Sidbury Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Idwala Lodge

Rockcliff Farm - Sidbury, Sidbury - Map
Situated in Sidbury, this lodge is within 12 mi (20 km) of Shamwari Game Reserve, Amakhala Game Reserve, and Lalibela Game …More

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