Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve
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 safari experience you can expect from an overnight stay at Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve.
Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve is just under 2.5 hours' drive from Cape Town - in the malaria free Ceres Karoo.
The 10 000 hectare private game reserve offers luxurious Big 5 safaris for overnight guests. All members of the Big 5 - the elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and the elusive leopard - are represented at Inverdoorn. The wildlife 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.
The reserve is also home to a successful cheetah conservation project and has made a significant contribution to sustaining the biodiversity of the region.
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. The cheetah rescue and rehabilitation centre was founded in 2001 and is home to a great number of cheetah.
Together with a profusion of wildlife which includes zebra, hippos, giraffes, wildebeest and springbok, our guests are sure to have an unforgettable safari experience.