Greater London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/03/2010 -- Although, the country South Africa is gorgeous, splendid and a complete package of thrilling adventure, but if you have a limited time or going to South Africa for the first time, Cape Town is a must stop. Also, Cape Town is a city where you can fly direct while you also have exciting connecting flight offers via Johannesburg. There are a huge number of airline who offer flights to Cape Town, which makes choosing cheap flights to Cape Town rather easier. The promotional offers and discounted offers on flights to Cape Town keel floating in the market, though the cheapest ones are generally available at least 4-6 months prior departure date. For more on cheap flights to Cape Town visit Travelhouseuk.co.uk
A visit to Cape Town, is not limited to beaches (although they are tremendously picturesque and happening), the other identity of Cape Town, or the Cape Province is Golfing, Horse Racing and Game reserves. If you are also interest in making your trip complete by taking pictures of the “Big Five”, Kwantu Private Game Reserve is just the place.
The Kwantu Private Game Reserve is situated in the Beautiful Frontier Country, Eastern Cape Province. It is wondrous and stunning luxury game reserve that brings together a rich natural heritage with a fascinating history. The name Kwantu means “Place of Gathering” and it certainly is just that. What makes it different and unique in its own way is the mystical blend of nature and history that energizes your body, mind, and soul. It is a good place to start your travel from, especially if you are on your first trip.
The Kwantu us set in the splendor of the malaria free Eastern Cape opening up an entire new world of magnificent flora and fauna and a “Big five” African Adventure begins where you can experience five star hospitality and enjoy the pure tranquility that the reserve has to offer. You will find it very children friendly too, as its not limited to the campo sides or tents but here you can enjoy five-star accommodation to leave your body, mind and soul completely refreshed.
To keep on you the track, tell you interesting stories about the park and also fill your minds with some local knowledge, in the Kwantu, well trained game rangers conduct outstanding game drives taking you right into Africa's wild landscape. Apart from the wild life expedition, or the flora and fauna, the park offers one of its kind confrontations with the history of native Africans. The reserve is home to the village of Sidbury, built by the British Settlers to support the sheep farming community. The Kwantu Gmae Reserve is a mystical blend of nature and history Here you will find St Peter's church built in 1838, one of the oldest Anglican churches in South Africa. The village has many inspiring and interesting tales to tell of the British Settlers.
There is also a Day Centre in the reserve where you can relax overlooking a watering hole and enjoy traditional African mouth watering cuisine with a touch of spice. The reserve is home to 5 of the 7 biomes, this untouched wilderness boasts a past as rich as its abundant wildlife population. Boasting about 150 indigenous plant species including trees, shrubs and grasses, Kwantu's plant life supports an abundance of animal life. Spot dozens of birds from among the more than 250 species that reside in the park. Narina Trogons, touracos, sunbirds, kites, eagles, hawks, water fowl, kingfishers and owls can be heard and seen in the bush. Whilst on a game drive you stand a chance of spotting several animal species such as fascinating white rhinoceros, cheeky Chacma baboons, unusual warthogs, bright zebras, towering giraffe, quiet duikers, impressive kudus, elusive aardwolf, noisy porcupines and so much more.