1.

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

Duration: 1 Day | Priced From: ZAR 2850
2.

Kruger Experience

Duration: 4 | Priced From: USD 645 / EUR 519
3.

Aquila Game Reserve

Duration: 1 Day | Priced From: ZAR 2680 per person from 1 Oct 2016
4.

Kruger and Coast Experience

Duration: 8 day | Priced From: From USD 2,825
5.

Garden Route Self Drive

Duration: 6 Day | Priced From: From 359 Euro / USD 410

Inverdoorn Game Reserve Reviews

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“super”

It is a very nice setting and the rangers are very talented. The drive true the park is very relaxing and is nice that you need to look for the animals. The lunch is also super and very need

“exceptional”

We were looking for a taster safari and that is exactly what we got. From the minute we arrived to the moment we left we were looked after as if we were the only people there. Everything was planned for us all we had to do was turn up – from long lie in at the pool to a bonfire at night with other travelers. We got to see the big five up close and personal and our tour guides new their stuff we will definitely return and for longer this time.

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“Great experience”

So yeah it’s not a “real” safari. But for being a 3 hr drive from Cape Town it’s quite good. You’re never guaranteed to see anything but this trip didn’t disappoint. We were also much closer to the wildlife than I imagined. This made for some amazing photos. Our guide Mariska was great. So knowledgeable and it was obvious she cared a lot for the preservation of the animals.

Accommodations were very nice. Rooms were clean and large. Food was decent. If you overnight, don’t miss out on the stargazing. Very little light pollution that far out.

“Animal heaven”

We had an overnight stay, with a two trips out safari here, staying in superb luxury accommodation with an enclosure containing two young rhinoceros only a few metres away. We saw lions, giraffes, elephants, rhinoceros, cheetahs, buffalo, Kudu, Springbok and other buck but not the hippo’s, who were having an underwater day, as well as other animals. Being a reserve and conservation area there are not vast numbers of these animals as the land could not support them but it is possible to watch those that are there from a close vantage point on the vehicles. They also rescue and rear young whose mothers have been killed by poachers and try to teach them to survive in the wild. We got to actually stroke a cheetah cub on this scheme. Caution. We went in their spring and it got very very cold on the vehicles so make sure you have warm, possibly wind-proof clothing. A great couple of days.

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