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I am a Tour Operator (DJ Tours & Safaris) and visit many Big 5 Game Reserves, ranging from Kruger, Addo, Botswana, etc.
I would love to compliment Fairy Glen on their excellent Field Guide, by the name of Kensington.
As mentioned I have lots of...More
My mother has dementia but desperately wanted to visit Kruger National Park. We stay in Hermanus and cannot travel that far. Looking at websites i found this reserve. I booked to sleep over to try and give my mom her wish. When i booked i...More
The venue is perfectly clean and neat. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The food is excellent and the farm is well maintained and a pleasure to visit. The Big 5 are an experience to see. The location is perfect and the drive from...More
The place is beautiful and all the workers were so helpful from the cleaners to the kitchen.
The only thing they need to change is the menu.
The food is not so nice maybe for breakfast try and do a proper English breakfast to accomodate...More
We drove to Cape Town to the Fairy Glen Game Reserve, and we were awarwe that the area round the Cape is not ideal for seeing animals but we were still game!
Our drive started at 2.00 pm, that morning when I called to make...More
Date of stay: August 2018
3 Thank mariabeds
Response from capetownbig5, Assistant Manager at Fairy Glen Private Game ReserveResponded 19 September 2018
Good Day Maria
We appreciate your review, as this is helping us to improve ourselves to do better.
Herewith we would kindly update you on your review experience.
As for the The Lodge / Bar is being turned in to a Restaurant with the bar...More
Fairy Glen Safaris, a family owned business about a hour from Cape Town is set at the foot of the world famous Brandwacht Mountains. It was the cherised dream of the latest owner, Piet de Jager to transform the …Moreland into a big 5 game reserve, which was eventually realised through his commitment and dedication over the years. Fairy Glen's name is derived from the dragon fly who used to fly over the Glen (Valley) and was so big, it resembled Fairies. Less