Inyati Game Lodge

Accommodation Suppliers

Address:
Marketing and Reservations office. P O Box 1015, Houghton, 2041, South Africa
Member Number: 206222 Tel: +27 11 486 2027

Inyati Game Lodge is situated in one of the best game viewing areas in Southern Africa, the Sabi Sand Reserve, adjoining the renowned Kruger National Park.

The lodge is set on the lush banks of the Sand River, Inyati Game Lodge offers the ultimate safari experience combining diverse wildlife with authentic African hospitality. From the warm welcome you receive upon arrival, to our comfortable chalets, hearty home style cuisine and highly experienced guides, every guest departs with unforgettable memories and the imprint of Africa in their soul.

Where we operate

  • South Africa

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Walking Safaris

Charities

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The Good Work Foundation

As the wildlife corridors connect the parks of Africa The Good Work Foundation's dream is to provide digital learning centers and access to world class education and opportunity to the rural people who have chosen wildlife as their economy.

Sabi Sand Pfunanani Trust

The Sabi Sand Pfunanani Trust is a community upliftment organisation based in Mpumalanga. We work in the Bushbuckridge area, one of the poorest areas in the country. The Trust collaborates with landowners, NGOs and lodges within the Sabi Sand Wildtuin to make a tangible difference in addressing the social challenges in this region.

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Sabi Sand Rhino Warriors

Field Guides, conservationists and managers of the Sabi Sand's, spend their every day protecting, conserving and imparting knowledge about the majestic Rhino species. Now they are running for them as well! In partnership with the Sabi Sand Wildtuin Nature Conservation Trust and its saving Rhino Project, our warriors are taking part in the annual Toyota Warrior Race. The objective is to raise awareness about the plight our rhinos, to raise funds to aid in protecting them and to have one hell of a fun time! By supporting this initiative you can assist the Sabi Sand to sustain and improve their successful anti poaching model.

News

23 March 2020

Inyati Game lodge, Sabi Sands Game reserve COVID-19 Update

Dear Valued Partners and Guests Amidst the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and in line with public health advice, we have taken the decision to temporarily close Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sands Game Reserve with immediate effect. It is our intention to reopen on 1 May 2020 provided that it is safe to do so. While this was a hard decision for us to make, we believe it is the socially responsible thing to do and it is important to take the required precautionary measures to protect our team, our guests, our families and our communities.

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24 October 2019

Community runs the extra mile

#TeamInyati The Extra Mile, sponsored by Investec Rhino Lifeline is the Sabi Sands’ first trail run. The 10km or 21km trail traverses through the scenic areas on the borders of the Sabi Sands Wildtuin area. The route started at the Digital Learning Campus at Huntington Village and continued through the communities of Huntington and Justicia, finishing on the soccer field at Hunt Digital Learning Campus and Hundzukani Primary School.

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21 May 2019

New look for Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve

The team from Inyati Game Lodge are pleased to announce a substantial refurbishment of the lodge, which is set in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park.  Major structural renovations of the central recreational areas include an extension of the main veranda area to capitalise on the uninterrupted scenes of the Sand river and its rich game viewing opportunities.

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20 March 2019

Inyati Supporter of SSW Rhino Protection Helicopter Programme

Inyati Game Lodge has always been a supporter of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin rhino protection programme and can boast that we are the largest donor of the total cost of the SSW helicopter programme. Rhino poaching has severely impacted almost all of the reserves within South Africa, and as a result the Sabi Sand Wildtuin has committed itself to providing a safe haven for rhino. In 2013, after significant rhino losses in the area and across the country the Sabi Sand undertook the implementation of a major rhino protection project aimed at creating a sanctuary for our rhino. To find out more about the SSW Rhino Protection Programme, please click here.

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