Free Roaming Big 5 Game Reserve
In 2012, Inverdoorn became a luxury Big five safari destination, after the introduction of elephants onto the reserve, accompanying the lion, rhino, African buffalo and the elusive leopard. Cape Cheetah, the rescue and rehabilitation centre was founded in 2001, and is home to a great number of cheetahs. Together with a profusion of wildlife which includes zebras, hippos, giraffes, wildebeest and springbok, guests are sure to have an unforgettable safari experience.
The trip to Inverdoorn is one of the most interesting and thrilling sightseeing routes within the Western Cape. 2.5 hour enroute to the lodge, guests can stop at various wine farms to sample some of the best wines within the region. There are a variety of food stalls that travellers can enjoy and stock up on, such as cheeses and olives. For those not interested in a self-drive option, the Cape Town office can arrange transfers to and from the city.
Cheetah Rescue & Rehabilitation
The reserve has made a significant contribution to sustaining the biodiversity of the region. Inverdoorn’s 10 000 hectares are also home to the successful cheetah conservation centre, where our guests meet and learn more about cheetahs at the reserve. There is also the opportunity to watch cheetah runs after sunset safaris. The privilege of seeing a cheetah reach speeds of up to 120km/h will be unlike anything you have experienced before.
Day Trip Safari Guests & Overnight Stays
Overnight safari accommodation is offered in 4- or 5-Star chalets/suites. Guests enjoying the Ambassador Rooms (5 Star) option, enjoy a complimentary mini bar, private safaris and swimming pool facilities. The 4 Star Tankwa Chalets and Lodge Rooms face magnificent succulent Karoo gardens.
While a delicious buffet lunch is served for guests in the Karoo gardens, a sumptuous plated three course meal is served for dinner in the African themed restaurant, located next to the pool, with boma fires.
Breakfast is served buffet style, after the early morning safari experience.