Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Buffalo Hills and Surroundings

Giraffe, Wildebeest, Impala, Bontebok, Zebra, Bushbuck and Eland are what you can expect to see when staying at Buffalo Hills Private Game Reserve.

Situated at the end of Stof Pad road near Wittedrift, about 8km from Plettenberg Bay.
[The famous Stof Pad is a road filled with very interesting, mainly creative, characters.]

Along the way, you will many different farms - cows, chickens, horses, sheep, and pigs to name a few. 
There are also a few crop farms, though not as exciting, just as important to the farming community.

This picturesque farm road is partially tarred - mostly sand - and is about 4.5km in length; from Wittedrift it leads straight into Buffalo Hills once you have crossed the little river.

The farm is pristine and calming, and as there are no predators on the reserve, the animals are fairly relaxed and will come up to graze on the lawn, allowing you to take plenty of photographs. Remember, these are wild animals, and are not there to be petted, but are instead there to add to your natural surroundings.

The following activities can be arranged to maximise the enjoyment of your holiday:

Adventure weekend with hiking,cycling and walking.
Game drives
Horse safaris
Surf lessons
Polo lessons
Whale watching
Swimming lessons
Tennis lessons

There are qualified adults to assist with extra activities, so there is no question that you are getting the most out of your holiday experience (and sometimes this means parents getting a little R&R while their child is engaged in a supervised activity). 

The vision is for Buffalo Hills to be an adventure camp for schools or individuals to appreciate, and for them to be out in the fresh air, with safe and suitable supervision.

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