Inverdoorn Overnight Safari

Inverdoorn Overnight Safari


This Big 5 safari experience is an ideal inclusion in your Cape Town holiday itinerary.

Enjoy a great diversity of wildlife and natural Karoo beauty with the opportunity to capture stunning wildlife photos and make African memories to last a lifetime.

With the largest selection of wild game in the region, a variety of luxury accommodation options and the resplendent African sunshine, a safari experience at Inverdoorn is the perfect complement to a Cape Town holiday.


Trip Itinerary

Seeing the warmth rise off a herd of buffalo, silhouetted in the glow of a bright Karoo sunrise, or a stealthy cheetah enjoying an early-evening run, is but a small part of the excellent value you can expect from an overnight stay at Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve.

    Day 1
  • 12.30 Arrival
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 Check-in
  • 16:00 Tea (winter 15h30)
  • 17:00 Game Drive (winter 16h00)
  • 19:30 Aperitifs at the outside boma area at the pool
  • 20:00 Dinner (winter 19h30)
    Day 2
  • 06:00 Game Drive (07h00 winter)
  • 09:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 Check-out
Please note game drive departure times may change depending on seasons.


Exterior of the Lodge Rooms at Inverdoorn Private Reserve

Lodge Rooms

The Lodge rooms are offered in three separate lodges each with its own charm – offering a basic overnight safari stay.

Tankwa Chalets

The 4-star character Tankwa Chalets face towards the charming Karoo gardens that Inverdoorn is renowned for.

Inverdoorn Ambassador Chalet

Ambassador Chalets

The 4 luxury Ambassador chalets enjoy shared rooftop terraces with magnificent views of the reserve – perfect for summer sundowners.

Ambassador Suite

The jewel in the crown of Inverdoorn is the Ambassador Suite. It is a free-standing unit with its own private rooftop terrace.

Wildlife & Safaris

All members of the Big 5 – the elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and the elusive leopard – are represented at Inverdoorn. The game is thriving and during your safari you may come across herds of eland, gemsbok and zebra, or hippos wallowing in the dam. The rhinos are a distinct highlight at Inverdoorn. Game drives focus not only on the Big 5 but on the entire ecosystem, with great birding opportunities, a bird count in the region of 165, as well as an insight into the fascinating vegetation in this area of the Karoo. Inverdoorn is well known for its spectacular “tower of giraffe” that thrive in the expansive acacia river beds that winds its way through the reserve. The game reserve is also home to a cheetah rescue and rehabilitation centre which has an ethics committee that ensures that the cheetah are not negatively impacted by educational programs so necessary in the fight against their extinction. There is a strict “no touch” policy in place at the reserve.


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