Lake Eland Game Reserve is set in the magnificent Oribi Gorge. Covering an impressive 2500 hectares with diverse ecosystems of bushveld, grassland, coastal forest and wetland this natural landscape offers a place of peace and tranquility. Brothers Eric and Trevor Dunstone purchased the land for conservation and founded the reserve in 2003. A large lake shaped like the eland common in bushman paintings gives the reserve its name “Lake Eland” in honour of this magnificent antelope and its symbolic meaning to the San.This natural landscape is truly a place of peace and tranquility and can be found just a quick 40 minutes drive from Port Shepstone, South Coast of KwaZulu Natal.
The Restaurant and fully licensed Tea Garden is close to a children’s playground.
Reserve Gate Times 7am – 5pm Monday to Sunday
Day Visitor Entrance Fee:
R60pp (Children under 8 yrs: R40; Children under 2 yrs are free.)
Restaurant hours: 8am – 4pm (Closed at night)
Zip Line hours: 8am – 2 pm (Last Slide)