Exeter Game Reserve


The remarkable Exeter Private Game Reserve is part of the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, which borders the world-famous Kruger National Park. No less than four luxurious lodges provide sophisticated accommodation in this natural paradise.


No matter whether you are looking for an exceptional family destination or for peace and quiet, the Exeter Game Reserve offers something for everyone. The Exeter River Lodge nestles beneath soaring ebony trees and radiates African flair par excellence.


The Exeter read more » Kirkman’s Camp revives the glamour of the 20s in Africa and still maintains the old farm architecture. For extravagant luxuries, the Exeter Leadwood Lodge is the first choice. The elegant facilities are set on the sandy banks of the river.


The Exeter Dulini Private Game Lodge radiates individuality and privacy, offering only six intriguing suites. Of course, the refined accommodation comes accompanied by first-class gourmet cuisine.


You decide where you would like to indulge in the delicacies offered – the restaurant or the bush. Moreover, the large selection of fine South African wines ensures that you will always find the perfect bottled treasure to go with the scrumptious meals.


A romantic candlelight dinner or a lonely table set beneath Africa’s bright night sky… It is a pleasure for the friendly staff to fulfil even difficult wishes and requests.


The Exeter Private Game Reserve – the perfect destination for all those who are looking for a private setting, exclusivity and outstanding service! Africa at its best!


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The Exeter River Lodge is a great choice for a holiday with the family. Kids are thrilled to observe the elephants or hippos dropping by for their bath in the river from up close.


The River Lodge offers read more » eight air-conditioned suites, which have been designed in the typical Africa style with thatched roofs. The units radiate African lust for life. The interior is contemporary and elegant.


Enjoy the sun on your skin and the wind in your hair while taking a refreshing outdoor shower. Or slip into the small plunge pool for a refreshing dip.


A home far, very far from home: The Exeter Kirkman’s Camp features eighteen lovingly designed and furnished cottages. The units are reminiscent of the 20s safari style and offer a private veranda and an elegant bathroom that makes getting up in the mornings a pleasure.


Both graceful decoration and practical, the ceiling ventilator sends a refreshing breeze blowing through your cottage. When required, the air-conditioning system provides extra relief from the African temperatures. Relish the refined comforts and colonial flair!


Those looking for a romantic and luxurious hideaway, for example, for their honeymoon, may want to consider one of the Exeter Leadwood Lodge’s superb suites.


Despite the wilderness setting, you need not go without some essential creature comforts. Certainly a highlight, the beautiful plunge pools provide refreshment whenever needed.


Individuality and an intriguing design may be found at the six thatched-roof suites of the Exeter Dulini Private Game Lodge. Relax in the plunge pool or browse the well-stocked wine cellar’s shelves. The Dulini Game Lodge is bliss for body, mind and soul!


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No matter which of the Exeter Private Game Reserve’s four accommodation options sparks your interest, all of the lodges serve perfectly as a base camp for the exciting Game Drives into the reserve.


Twice read more » a day, you board a sturdy safari vehicle and head off into the wilderness. Great news for safari enthusiasts: The Exeter Private Game Reserve is proud to feature Africa’s famous Big Five!


The term Big Five was coined by the first game hunters. The elephant, rhinoceros, buffalo, lion and leopard constitute the legendary quintet. These five were not necessarily chosen for their size, but rather for the extreme skill necessary to hunt them and the dangers they posed when corned.


Today, fortunately, things have changed and the modern hunter packs no high-power rifles but high-resolution cameras. Spectacular photo motifs are abundant and every new twist of the road opens up a new panorama.


The adventurous may also go on a safari hike, accompanied by an experienced guide who points out interesting facts on the local flora and fauna. Incidentally, no fences restrict the wildlife’s movement, which roams not only the Exeter Reserve but also the neighbouring sanctuaries.


This ensures an exceptionally high diversity. However, tired from the heat, the sun and the dust, you may also decide to just kick back and unwind back at your comfortable lodge, spending a day in sweet idleness.


Another great advantage of the Exeter Reserve is the fact that is easily and quickly accessible by both air and car. Transfer times are fast – something to keep in mind when you are travelling with the family.


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