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Rating: 4 Star Rating 4
Type: Lodge
Languages: English Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu
No. Rooms: 11
Special Interests: Nature, Wildlife, Big 5, Birding, Relaxation, Leisure, Flora, Star Gazing, Gourmet, Wine, Fishing, History & Culture

Why stay here?

Situated in unquestionably one of the best game viewing areas in the Africa, Inyati Game Lodge offers you the ultimate experience combining wildlife and comfort.

The Sabi Sand Wildtuin (reserve) is home to the 'Big Five' (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo), as well as cheetah, wild dog and hundreds of other species of animals, birds and plants indigenous to the area.

View Africa’s most impressive wildlife on morning and afternoon/evening game drives in open 4-wheel drive safari vehicles with expert guides and Shangaan trackers. Game drives traverse an area of 10 000 hectares (24 700 acres) and strict vehicle limits at sighting ensure the exclusivity of your game viewing experience. Off-road driving ensures that you have the best possible view of any exceptional sighting and guides are constantly in touch with each other to keep track of animal movements. Guests can also enjoy interpretive guided bush walks offering the bird watcher, dendrologist, botanist and the nature enthusiast the ultimate bush experience.

Inyati Game Lodge consists of eleven chalets. Each air-conditioned suite features generous spaces, en-suite bathrooms with twin hand basins, separate bath, shower and w.c.
The lodge accommodates 25 guests.

Inyati’s superbly positioned guest sitting and dining areas overlook the perennial Sand River proving a plentiful supply of water especially during the dry winter months. The river provides water for wildlife from as far away as the Kruger National Park during this time. Other facilities available - the Warthog hollow bar, swimming pool, air-conditioned gym and walk-in wine cellar. Our traditional boma is used on nights, (weather permitting) and is a truly memorable way to experience a safari evening under the African night sky.

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