Gondwana Conservation Eco Tourism Experience

Gondwana Game Reserve has developed a one of a kind conservation tourism experience for individuals, families or groups who want to get more involved in Africa on their safari. Participants will be involved in wildlife and veld management, learn important bush skills and interpretation, and simply enjoy a behind the scenes view

of a Big Five private game reserve. The research and findings from the program are fed back to Gondwana’s conservation department to assist in decision making enhancing the reserve management plan. The itinerary will include plenty of game drives, bush walks, and down time in an utterly inspiring landscape. This is your chance to get involved with the important conservation work of a Big Five game reserve and not only enjoy but contribute.

Your base during the program will be in our eco-friendly, solar powered, stylish tented camp set in a protected Fynbos valley in the heart of the game reserve. The camp facilities include 5 large, comfortable twin or king share tents set on raised platforms each with a private bathroom and covered deck area. All meals are provided in the camp’s outdoor dining boma or in the main communal tent which includes kitchen, lounge, and dining areas, with a nearby pool and hammock relaxation area. The safari style cuisine is wholesome, homemade and hearty with braais and stews for dinner and wraps and salads for lunch. A private dedicated team of three

(two expert field guides and chef) look after up to 10 guests for an incredibly intimate and exclusive experience. 

What’s Included

Tented  Eco  Camp  

  • 3 or 5 Day Conservation / Safari Program (Thursday arrival).
  • Accommodation in remote, solar powered, tented eco bush camp
  • All Food and beverages included (except soft drinks and alcoholic beverages not served on game drive)
  • Twice daily Housekeeping Service (including all linen and towels)
  • All conservation activities and Game Drives on private vehicle dedicated to the camp


  • Wildlife monitoring and recording (focus on large predator movement (lion))
  • Monitoring of the cape leopard cameras established on Gondwana and surrounding area
  • Management and support of the cheetah rewilding program
  • Alien invasive tree species eradication
  • Water assessments
  • Elephant dung sampling
  • Bird identification and monitoring
  • Translocation & veterinary care of wildlife – season dependent
  • Bush skills and interpretation
  • Veld management