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We are only 3 hours from Cape Town, Sanbona boasts 54 000 hectares of undulating mountains and plains, indigenous flora and fauna, rock formations and rock art. This is a destination not to be missed. The sheer expanse and stark beauty of the Sanbona gives one a sense of humbleness, the realization of the inconsequentialities of life, a temporary release of the daily stresses of everyday living.<br /><br />Sanbona allows one to be at peace, allowing one to curl up with a book, seeking solitude and introspection and what's more. At 54,000 hectares, Sanbona is one of the largest privately owned game reserves in South Africa.<br /><br />Game Drives: Traverse the landscape of Sanbona Wildlife Reserve with a qualified ranger in comfortable open Land cruisers. During the drive, be it in the early morning or for sundowners, various species of plants, animals, big game and birds can be seen. Sundowner evening drives offer spectacular displays of light as the evening sun sets over the Little Karoo.<br /><br />Bird watching: For the avid birdwatcher, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is home to more than 200 species. There is a very healthy population of raptors to be seen including African Fish Eagles, breeding pairs of majestic Black Eagles and regular sightings of Black Harrier.<br /><br />Relaxation Retreat: Step into a soothing sanctuary at the Relaxation Retreats at Sanbona. At our Relaxation Retreats, Mother Nature is brought indoors for indulgent pampering. Our body range draws on properties from the world famous indigenous Fynbos plant kingdom, eliminating toxins, soothing the soul and rejuvenating the body. <br /><br />Flora and Fauna: Sanbona Wildlife Reserve has about 600 species of plants and it is intriguing to know that various species are flowering at different times throughout the year, although some more prolific between August and September.<br /><br />Nature Walks: Discover the spirit of the Little Karoo on foot and see the many treasures on the Reserve.<br /><br />The San people of Africa roamed the area for thousands of years until 100 years ago. The /Xam tribe, the nomadic hunter-gatherers living in harmony with nature realised then that man and nature together is sustainable.<br /><br />Rock Formations and Features: Sheer humbleness is experienced beneath the massive examples of Cape folded mountains and thick veins of quartz, displaying rock features of incredible grandeur formed by the earths tempestuous past more than 350 million years ago. Continental collisions, the submergence of the earth's crust and the cataclysmic influence of the oceans have all contributed to the magnificent landscapes of Sanbona Wildlife Reserve.<br /><br />Stargazing: With the absence of artificial light, the stargazing at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is phenomenal and amongst the best in Southern Africa.