Inyati Private Game Reserve - Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Accommodation in Sabi Sand Game Reserve


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Situated on the scenic banks of the perennial Sand River, Inyati is set in 65000 hectares of the most diverse and beautiful bushveld, in one of the world’s largest and most prestigious private game reserves – the famous Sabi Sand Reserve adjacent to the Kruger National Park.

Inyati means buffalo in Shangaan - and Inyati is home to this powerful indomitable breed. Because Inyati has an abundance of water - even the bird life is magnificent. Inyati, while having its own back-up power generator, is on Eskom power which, being silent, allows one to listen to the sounds of Africa without the pulsating throb of diesel engine in the background.

At Inyati, natural clearings have been re-established on sound ecological principles, thus allowing close-up unhindered game viewing and photography. Bush encroachment effectively halted and erosion successfully combated. The new Land Rovers are comfortably fitted out and fully equipped, including two-way radios, thus offering the best possible mobile vantage point for viewing.

 

Room Description at :

Enjoy the comfort in one of the 10 luxury thatched chalets complete with air-conditioning and beautifully appointed en-suite bathrooms.

 

Inclusions / Exclusions

Rates Include:
Accommodation, Breakfast, lunch, dinner, Tea/coffee, Game drives, Sundowners, Foot safaris, VAT @ 14%

Rates Exclude:
Drinks, Curios, Laundry, Telephone calls, All transfers, Guests entering the Sabi Sand Game Reserve at Newington Gate are required to pay an entrance fee per vehicle.

 

Extra information

What to bring: Malaria tablets, warm jackets for game drives, binoculars, camera, comfortable pair of walking shoes, sun block and hat, swimming costume.
Dress code is smart casual. Ladies remember that all chalets have hairdryers!

Children under the age of 8 years are not permitted at Inyati. Children of 8 or 9 will not be permitted on game drives, only children of 15 years and older may participate in foot safaris.