Aquila Private Game Reserve

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R46, off the N1 between Worcester and Touws River
Western Cape 
South Africa
0861 7373783

Aquila Private Game Reserve

Lions, buffalo, elephant, rhino and leopard – get the big five experience and more just two hours from the city of Cape Town. It’s an easy day trip which begins with breakfast followed by a two- or three-hour game drive with refreshments and a visit to a San Bushman rock art site, lunch, and pool or fireside cocktails depending on the weather. This can be done in a safari vehicle or on horseback or quad bike, or a combination. A variety of overnight accommodation is available too. Do remember that this is not a nature reserve, which means the animals roam in enclosed spaces.

Rates Self-drive day trip From R1220. Overnight From R2110 (incl. 3 meals & 2 game drives).

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