Wildlife Ratings

Big 5: 4
Mammals: 6
Birds: 5
Reptiles: 3
Trees: 4

Lookout for

Black Impala
Bontebok
Whales
Dolphins
White Rhino
Buffalo
Giraffe
Kudu
Wildebeest
Zebra
Red Hartebeest
Impala
Sable Antelope
Waterbuck

Oceana Beach and Wildlife Reserve is situated on an 800 hectare piece of land in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. It incorporates 7km of untouched coastline and dune forest. From a lookout point, guests have the opportunity to watch rhinos feeding in one direction whilst whales and dolphins frolic in the Indian Ocean in the other. The lusciously tropical terrain is hilly, incorporating green open areas, thicket clusters and lookout points. The waterholes can be graded as 5 Star – each is made by hand with rocks artfully placed around the edges. The beach is untouched and guests can jump on to a golf cart and get dropped off on the beach, where they can wander and explore the undisturbed, pristine coastline at their own leisurely pace. There is likely to be no other souls on the beach for miles around.

Why we like it

Unique combination of beach and bush; Pristine, untouched coastline; Scenic and picturesque

Facts & Figures

Park / Reserve Size: 800 Ha
Reserve Type: Private Game Reserve
Big 5: No
Specialist Specie: Sable Antelope
Malaria Area: No
Nearest Town: Port Alfred

Lodges and Camps (click on the links below)

Lodge Budget Lodge Type
Oceana Lodge Luxury Full Board

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Recent Sightings

Key Species

MAMMALS
White Rhino
Sable Antelop
Giraffe


BRIDS
Jackal Buzzard
Knysna Turaco
Forest Weaver
Grey-headed Bush Shrike
Brown Hooded Kingfisher


REPTILES
Leopard Tortoise
Cape Cobra
Puff Adder


TREES
White Milkwood
Silver Oak
Natal Gwarrie


HABITAT TYPES
Grassland/Open Plains
Coastal Thicket
Forest
Coastline