BY Nikki Bolton

Lush coastal forest and grassland is home to vast herds of African game, including White Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe and many more species. All the animals roam freely, unrestricted in natural surroundings. This owner operated animal friendly park, where no hunting or other disturbance of the game is permitted, means that you always get close up views and great photo opportunities.

Take a drive in your own vehicle through the park on the well-maintained roads (no need for 4x4) and enjoy viewing the game in any weather conditions from the comfort of your car.

For those really close encounters, choose the 2 hour guided tour in an open Landrover with a professional guide providing you with interesting information on the animals and the historical background to the area.

Visit their website for more information...



The best way for people to help us keep our rhino safe would be to spend time visiting the park. The revenue generated in the form of entry fees/accommodation/game drives etc is what helps us keep our rhino from being harmed.
"Kragga Kamma Game Park is extremely honoured

to play a small part of this really great initiative.

Wishing the OLLI team a wonderful and successful mission." 

Ayesha Cantor


Rhino images are the property of Ayesha Cantor

The Olli Frontier Rhino Ride kicked off on the 1 July 2017 from Kragga Kamma Game Park in the heart of Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.  The Scroll of Unity in Conservation was signed by Terri Dunn (Farm Manager) and the third ring placed on Olli's horn by Ayesha Cantor. Each ring was printed by Morgan 3D on a 3D printer and by the end of the expedition Olli's horn will be covered in the colours of the SA flag.  Symbolically representing the reclaiming of our natural heritage.


Along with a group of support riders including friends, Wayne's children Daniel and Laura and the Client Care Team, Wayne and the Olli Team were privileged to cycle through part of the park on their way to Addo Elephant National Park. Behind the support vehicle, once again sponsored by Avis Van Rentals; we towed Olli, our lifesized fibreglass rhino (recently refurbished by Splitting Image and towed on a specially designed trailer sponsored by Karet).


Weaving their way through PE the cyclists made their way onto the N2 heading out towards the Matyholweni entrance to Addo Elephant National Park where Wayne, his wife Nikki and Laura and Melissa are SANParks Honorary Rangers.





"No one in the world needs a horn...

But a rhino."

Terri Dunn - Farm Manager

 July 01, 2017
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