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Mamlambo Safaris

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About Mamlambo Safaris

Mamlambo Safaris was founded in 1999 by current owners Glen and Tracy Olivier. Mamlambo is a privately owned 3500 acre game reserve situated in the malaria free Eastern Cape province of South Africa. We are approximately an hour and a half hours drive (100 km.) from the city of East London, nestled along 10 km. of the Kubusi River in the picturesque Kubusi Valley between the towns of Stutterheim and Komga. The property is currently home to 21 different antelope species including the majestic and ever elusive leopard. Our accommodation is offered in thatched en suite bungalows with a lovely lodge and a 200 square meter entertainment lapa. The main lodge and lapa is the place where scrumptious fire side meals are prepared around the camp fire. Then for those lovely warm days and lazy afternoons there's a beautiful swimming pool just for unwinding and relaxing with a nice G&T. Other than our own property we have access to over 100 000 acres of other privately owned game ranches all offering an abundance of quality trophy animals with excellent accommodation.


Here at Mamlambo we offer our clients quality walk and stalk hunting of high ethical standards. It is our belief to put you, the hunter in the best possible position on the best possible trophy, giving you the memories that will last you a lifetime. Richly deserved memories......


We offer various quality hunting packages and if there's something that you'd like that’s perhaps a little different, just drop us a note and together we can tailor make a package to suit your requirements. We can also arrange other activities during your stay with us including fishing trips, visits to national parks or maybe sightseeing in some of the major cities in the other provinces.


Over the past 18 years we have had many very happy hunters from across the globe return home with some truly wonderful and memorable hunting stories. Many of our clients return to hunt as friends, and as so many have said " we are coming back home to hunt ".