Safari Luxury Dining on Brandwacht Game Reserve

Indulge in Sustainable Farm-to-Table Dining Experiences, Rooted in Local Produce and Rich in Flavors.

Sustainable Farm-to-Table Dining Experience:

At Garden Route Safari Camp, we are committed to providing a sustainable and authentic dining experience for our guests. We take pride in growing our own produce on the reserve and sourcing the rest of our food locally, ensuring the freshest and highest quality ingredients in every meal.

By cultivating our own fruits, vegetables, and herbs right here on the reserve, we prioritize organic farming practices that promote biodiversity and minimize environmental impact. Our dedicated team of farmers and gardeners work tirelessly to nurture the land and harvest a bounty of flavors that reflect the richness of the surrounding landscapes.

We believe in supporting the local community and partnering with nearby farmers and suppliers. We carefully select ingredients from local markets, farms, and artisanal producers, creating a network of sustainable food sources that contribute to the local economy and reduce our carbon footprint.

When you dine with us, you can savor the flavors of the region while knowing that each dish is crafted with care, passion, and a commitment to sustainable practices. From farm-fresh salads bursting with vibrant colors to succulent grilled meats and delectable desserts, every bite tells a story of our dedication to providing an exceptional culinary experience.

Join us at our on-site restaurant, where you can indulge in our farm-to-table creations while enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. Experience the true essence of the Garden Route as we bring the flavors of the region to your plate, embracing the harmony between nature, sustainability, and exceptional cuisine.

Note: Our menu may vary seasonally based on the availability of ingredients and the bounties of nature. We invite you to join us on this culinary journey, celebrating the flavors of the land and supporting sustainable food practices.

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