WIN! A two-night stay for two people at Shamwari Game Reserve worth R50 000

Posted by Lauren Dold on 6 May 2022

Celebrate 30 years of conservation success at Shamwari Game Reserve.

Over the past 30 years, the Shamwari team has turned back the clock, reintroducing indigenous fauna and flora into what was once the richest wildlife area in southern Africa. Today, the 250km² Shamwari Private Game Reserve is hailed as an internationally respected conservation success story. 

To mark its 30th anniversary, Shamwari is offering a lucky Getaway reader a two-night stay for two people at Long Lee Manor, one of the exquisite lodges on the reserve.

Now extensively refurbished, the hub of Long Lee Manor is the original homestead, surrounded by wonderful gardens, terraces and pool deck – with views across the enfolding plains. 

Perched on a koppie, Long Lee Manor offers unobstructed views of the nearby waterhole and savannah. In keeping with its history, the surrounding rooms are spacious and luxurious, while tastefully reflecting the African bushveld setting. 

The lodge provides a secure and elegant base for game drives with expert rangers, and there are a host of activities guests can enjoy to enhance their time at this prestigious eco-destination.

Families with children staying at Long Lee Manor also have access to Riverdene Lodge’s vast adventure playground, with rope walkways, climbing walls, slides and ziplines. 

How to enter

Fill in the entry form below. Entries close on 30 June 2022.

The prize

One lucky Getaway reader will win a two-night stay for two at Shamwari’s Long Lee Manor, including meals and game drives worth R50 000.

Terms and conditions
Reservations are essential and subject to availability. Drinks and the conservation levy are not included. The prize is valid from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023 excluding 15 December 2022 to 15 January 2023 and 7-10 April 2023. The prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash.

Win! A two night stay two at Shamwari Private Game Reserve worth R50 000

For more information, call 042 203 1111 or click here.

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