Points Of Interest Near Sibuya Game Reserve, Grahamstown

Kariega Private Game Reserve

4.8km North West of Sibuya Game Reserve

The Kariega Private Game Reserve is located eighty minutes from Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, and covers an area of six thousand hectares overlooking the spectacular Kariega Valley. The reserve displays a diverse range of fauna and flora, mot to...

Sibuya Game Reserve

4.9km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

The Sibuya Game Reserve is located along the banks of the Kariega River, a short distance upstream from Kenton-On-Sea. Guests are ferried up Kariega River by boat to the tented camps within the reserve. Sibuya has no road access, ensuring minimal environmental...

Kariega Game Reserve

9.1km North West of Sibuya Game Reserve

The privately owned Kariega Game Reserve, set high up overlooking the tranquil Kariega River Valley in the Eastern Cape, serves as an ideal getaway from fast paced city life. Located in the heart of the Eastern Cape's 1820 settler country, the area...

Diaz Cross Memorial

10.7km North West of Sibuya Game Reserve

The Diaz Memorial Cross at Kwaaihoek near the Bushman's River Mouth, just outside of Alexandria, is a provincial heritage site. Bartholmew Diaz was a Portuguese navigator, and the first European to set foot on South African soil, and discoverer of...

Bradshaw's Mill

15.5km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

Bradshaw's Mill is situated on the Bathurst River in the Eastern Cape, and was constructed in 1821 by a British settler named Samuel Bradshaw. Bradshaw was a weaver from Gloucestershire, the heartland of the English wool and textile industry. He originally...

Bathurst Toposcope

20.8km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

A toposcope or topograph is a monument usually erected on hills, mountains, or at high altitudes, and indicates the distance and direction to various landmarks and features which lie within view of it and can be seen from it with the naked eye. They...

The Big Pineapple

21.1km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

Towards the late 1800's pineapples were brought to the Port Alfred region from Natal on sailing vessels, and were planted by Mr. Joseph Wood on his farm "Mansfield" a few miles from Kowie. Today the Eastern Cape is home to a large and bustling pineapple...

Bathurst Agricultural Museum

21.3km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

The Bathurst Agricultural Museum has on display an interesting variety of old implements, equipment and machinery that reflect the agricultural heritage of Bathurst. The transport section has ox-wagons, buggys, carts, and 81 vintage tractors. Other...

Blaauwkrantz Nature Reserve

23.3km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

Located 22 km from Grahamstown, in the rugged Blaauwkrantz Gorge, lies the Blaauwkrantz Nature Reserve which covers a total area of 200 ha on the banks of the Blaaukrantz River. The reserve displays a diverse variety of Eastern Province thornveld...

Kowie History Museum

24.4km North of Sibuya Game Reserve

The Eastern Cape town of Port Alfred is affectionately known as the "Kowie", named after the wide tidal river mouth of the Kowie River, which flows through the town to the sea. It is said that the name is of Khoi origin, and means "rushing waters". The...