South Africa’s most exclusive game reserve opens for bookings. Situated on the eastern slopes of South Africa’s beautiful Bushmans River Valley, Khusela - a privately owned game reserve and villa - opens its doors to the public for the first time.
For the more discerning traveller looking for a wildly different holiday experience, the luxury property becomes available to rent, from 1 February 2010
Originally built as the private residence for a British entrepreneur and his wife, Khusela boasts a stunning five-bedroom villa complete with infinity pool from which, guests can enjoy uninterrupted views over the 730 hectare reserve.
Relax alongside some of the world’s most inspirational scenery and enjoy the luxury of having a resident game manager, housekeeper and chef on hand, making for some of the best hospitality available in South Africa.
The Khusela reserve is free from dangerous predators enabling holidaymakers to walk unaccompanied alongside an array of protected species including Black Wildebeest, Oribi and Bontebok, as well as giraffes and zebras. 4x4 game viewing vehicles are available and for those wishing to glimpse the ‘big five’ animals, game drives can be arranged on neighbouring reserves.With the Indian Ocean and the sandy beaches of the Sunshine Coast only 15 minutes away, guests can contrast Khusela’s fantastic wildlife with uninterrupted coastal scenery.
Khusela will start talking bookings from 1 February 2010. For pictures and more information see www.theexclusivegamereserve.com or contact Carl Steer at Rooster PR.
Khusela Private Conservation Reserve stands on the eastern slopes of the Bushmans River valley in South Africa’s malaria-free Eastern Cape. It is only 15 minutes from the Sunshine Coast and just over an hour from Port Elizabeth. Khusela boasts 730 hectares of stunning landscape, equivalent to 1,013 football pitches, and is home to a number of threatened and protected species.