Kwandwe flanks both the north and south banks of the Great Fish River, which meanders for 19 miles through pristine, private wilderness where black & white rhino, elephant, lion, buffalo and leopard and many others once again roam freely. The wide open spaces and tranquil scenery belie the area’s turbulent history, and relics of the area’s rich historical and cultural legacy can be found both on the reserve and nearby. This is one of the ultimate historic and environmentally conscious South African safari destinations.