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Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sand Reserve
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Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Kruger National Park Kruger Park 1350, South Africa
Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Kruger National ParkZAMpumalangaKruger Park1350
+27 13 735 5125inyati.co.za
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Inyati Game Lodge is situated on 65,000 hectares in one of the world’s largest and most prestigious private conservation areas, the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, adjoining the renowned Kruger National Park. The perennial Sand River with its golden African sunshine and cool, shady hideaways runs through Inyati. At night, wildlife sounds fill the star-studded sky. Lions roar, jackals howl and hyenas laugh. African drums respond.

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Upscale safari lodge offering chic thatched-roof chalets with verandahs, plus dining & a pool.- Google
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phil eamon
4 months ago
stunning beautiful adorable, friendly staff. keep doing good things
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Ira Harkness
4 months ago
One of the best experience of my entire life.
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Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sand Reserve
2 years ago
“Magical experience!” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago All chalets have electrics & A/C. Food is very good including "wild"(raised) game: impala, kudu, spring bok. Also made to order omelets at brunch and free sun-downer cocktails post drive. Plenty of food, even with "only" 2 real meals: massive brunch & dinner (good South African-centric wines for $25 USD) . Sunrise light breakfast (sweet breads & coffee) and afternoon pre-game drive "tea" of quiches & brownies. Good BBQs (loved the kudo & spring bok, yum!) at night with fires in the fenced "boma" area. Staff (lots of staff!) is very pleasant, professional and welcoming. Everyone's game viewing experience may be different, but we saw the "Big 5" on our first day! Enjoyed meeting guests from all over the world as well as speaking with the local guides/drivers at dinner. We plan to return - we will return in August 2014! Reviewed by SE-Explorer Augusta,GA
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Khimbini Hlongwane
2 months ago
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Martin Lange
3 months ago
Great experience and the knowledge of the drivers and the trackers is amazing. Friendly staff and wunderful chalets.
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Motlatsi Thokoane
a month ago
Great getaway
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David Coughlan
4 months ago
Money well spent
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Ben Levenson
4 years ago