Buffalo Kloof

Explore an undulating ever-changing landscape.

Buffalo Kloof is located in South Africa’s Eastern Cape malaria-free province, one of the most biodiverse conservation areas in Southern Africa. It is conveniently situated just 120 km from Chief Dawid Stuurman International Airport in Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth); 1.5 hours by vehicle or 35 minutes by helicopter.

The conservancy spans 20,000 hectares of untouched Kowie River thicket and old farmlands which have been restored to a veritable Eden of diverse flora, fauna, and ecology. Buffalo Kloof encompasses 4 different flora biomes and hosts 4 members of the Big 5 – elephant, rhino, Cape buffalo and leopard.

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Flora & Fauna

The conservancy features an exceptional variety of habitat - from forested hills and ancient rivers to open savanna grasslands home to a rich biodiversity of wildlife and plantlife - from elephants to field mice; eagles to sunbirds; palm trees to fynbos. It also boasts a plethora of birdlife with over 350 species recorded in the area.

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Accommodation

There is no better destination to slow down from the fast pace of life and reconnect with nature. We offer a private and personal safari experience at Spekboom Bush Camp (8 bedrooms) and Acacia Lodge (4 bedrooms). We aim to minimize our carbon footprint with only a handful of guests on the conservancy at any time.

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Experiences at Buffalo Kloof

Guests can explore the remarkable landscape in the hands of our professional guides. Their extensive knowledge of the wildlife, wilderness and culture of the region serves to enhance an experience at Buffalo Kloof, all with a degree of privacy and exclusivity. With an ever-changing topography and the winding Kowie River, you never know what to expect around the next corner.