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Lake Eland Game reserve set in the magnificent Oribi Gorge. We enjoyed an amazing self game drive through the lush reserve and viewed the wild life. Their 80m suspension bridge was a thrilling experience , specially if you fear heights. Then of course being the adventure junkies , we had to enter Hell's gate. The picturesque view was worth the over 700 stairs down and up again. We were just a tad bit late for the zip line, but we'll definitely be back for that and the many other activities. - Picture of Lake Eland Game Reserve, Port Shepstone

Photo: Lake Eland Game reserve set in the magnificent Oribi Gorge. We enjoyed an amazing self game drive through the lush reserve and viewed the wild life. Their 80m suspension bridge was a thrilling experience , specially if you fear heights. Then of course being the adventure junkies , we had to enter Hell's gate. The picturesque view was worth the over 700 stairs down and up again. We were just a tad bit late for the zip line, but we'll definitely be back for that and the many other activities.

From Review : Lake Eland Visit - Part 1 of Lake Eland Game Reserve
Lake Eland Game reserve set in the magnificent Oribi Gorge. We enjoyed an amazing self game drive through the lush reserve and viewed the wild life. Their 80m suspension bridge was a thrilling experience , specially if you fear heights. Then of course being the adventure junkies , we had to enter Hell's gate. The picturesque view was worth the over 700 stairs down and up again. We were just a tad bit late for the zip line, but we'll definitely be back for that and the many other activities.
Lake Eland Game reserve set in the magnificent Oribi Gorge. We enjoyed an amazing self game drive through the lush reserve and viewed the wild life. Their 80m suspension bridge was a thrilling experience , specially if you fear heights. Then of course being the adventure junkies , we had to enter Hell's gate. The picturesque view was worth the over 700 stairs down and up again. We were just a tad bit late for the zip line, but we'll definitely be back for that and the many other activities.
Lake Eland Visit - Part 1
Lake Eland Visit - Part 1
Lake Eland Visit - Part 1
Lake Eland Visit - Part 1
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Alli's Wanderings wrote a review Feb 2021
Bloemfontein, South Africa68 contributions5 helpful votes
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First stop was brunch at the restaurant. Besides the breathtaking view, the service of the restaurant staff was impeccable. They were friendly and so helpful. We chose the table by the window and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. The food was devine and servings huge. We truly got
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Date of stay: December 2020
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