Kichaka 5 Star Luxury Eastern Cape Game Lodge.

Directions to Kichaka

Kichaka Lodge is ideally situated just over one hour from Port Elizabeth airport. Guests can land at the airport, enjoy a comfortable drive in luxury transfer and within the hour be relaxing, cocktail in hand, overlooking the magnificent Eastern Cape bush and Big 5

GPS Co-ordinates -  E 2617'56.76"  S 3324'34.73"

Directions (from Port Elizabeth airport 110km)

Directions (to Port Elizabeth airport 110km)

Directions (from Grahamstown 35km)

Directions (to Grahamstown 35km)

Directions (from Port Elizabeth airport 110km)

Leave the airport turn left at the traffic circle
Continue over the railway line and turn right at the traffic lights (Heugh Rd)
Continue straight to the last traffic lights at the bottom of the hill
Turn left and follow the N2 towards Grahamstown for +- 100 km
Turn left at the Kichaka sign
Continue 3,5 km on the gravel road
You will arrive at the Kichaka Lodge gate on your left
Proceed up the road to the reception area where you will be met by Kichaka Staff

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Directions (to Port Elizabeth airport 110km)

At the Kichaka gates turn right and travel back 3,5 km to the tarred road (N2)
Follow the N2 towards Port Elizabeth.
Take the Settlers highway off-ramp and continue straight, with the sea on your left, following the airport signs.
At the traffic lights, turn right going up the hill - the airport directions are clearly signposted from this point on.

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Directions (from Grahamstown 35km)

Follow the N2 from Grahamstown towards Port Elizabeth for 30km
Turn right at the Kichaka sign.
Continue 3,5km on the gravel road
You will arrive at the Kichaka Lodge gate on your left
Proceed up the road to the reception area where you will be met by Kichaka Staff

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Directions (to Grahamstown 35km)

At the Kichaka gates, turn right and travel 3,5km back to the tarred road (N2)
Turn left N2 and travel 30km to Grahamstown
Turn left into Grahamstown and at the traffic lights turn left again to take you to the centre of town.

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