Inverdoorn Game Reserve
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Inverdoorn Game Reserve

R356, Sutherland Road Breede River, Ceres, Witzenberg Municipality 6835 South Africa
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R356, Sutherland Road Breede River, Ceres, Witzenberg Municipality 6835 South Africa
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Stuart Warren wrote a review Dec 2020
9 contributions1 helpful vote
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a spectacular way to wake up on Christmas (or any time really!)

When we arrived in Cape Town, we knew we wanted to do a safari, and after calling around a few different retreats, we found Kuganha by chance. We were instantly struck by how helpful the staff were on the phone, offering us a special offer of 70% reduction for booking mid-week. We snapped up the chance, and we did not regret it!

The three of us arrived at Kuganha early afternoon and were greeted by the staff who offered refreshing towels and a cool drink while talking about the retreat. Our guide Vanessa took us through the retreat to the campsite, and MC, Mhari and housekeeping staff met us. The staff were welcoming, offering to help us in any way possible. We were shown to our tents which were beautiful with a lovely welcoming tray of food which we snacked on ravenously. We ordered drinks while sitting beside the pool.

About 7 pm, we were welcomed to the Braai and sat with MC and Mahri with the chat flowing, there was never a dull moment of conversation. We had drinks while the chef prepared for us our meals and desserts outside the comfort of our tents. We had a fantastic laugh and finished the night by jumping in the pool for a night swim.

The following day was spectacular. We woke to have coffee and cake before heading out on safari with Vanessa, we saw so many animals, but the highlights for us were the lions, the giraffe and the elephants who came to the pool to join our morning meal. The animals are wild with as little human contact as possible, they are cared for, and the staff have an intense passion for making sure they are protected.

Our breakfast was delicious, and the chicken sandwich we had for lunch was excellent. We were completely relaxed in our tents during the day and took advantage of relaxing in the comfortable beds and sitting by the pool in the sun. Fresh pastries were brought before our evening drive, where we watched Rhino's and wilder beast, we were then treated to watch the Cheeta run, with a private introduction to the beautiful cats.

Our evening meal was nothing short of spectacular, springbuck carpaccio, rump steak and a vanilla mint pannacotta was to die for! The food was better than you can get in any top-class London/New York restaurant. The staff delighted in exceeding our expectations and giving us an experience we will remember forever.

As a world traveller, this has to be one of the most unforgettable trips of my life. The next time i come to Cape Town, I will book in for another adventure at Kuganha and the Inverdoon Safari retreat.
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Date of stay: December 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Aquila Collection, Marketing at Inverdoorn Game Reserve
Responded 1 Feb 2021
What a wonderful review - you should be a travel writer! Your dinner sounded absolutely mouth-watering, we agree. What wonderful compliments from a world-traveller, thank you - we are so honoured! Best wishes, Team Inverdoorn
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Lucindia C wrote a review Apr 2021
Brackenfell, South Africa12 contributions
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was really an unforgettable experience. Our room and bathroom had everything and anything you could need and the food through out the trip was beautifully presented and delicious. It was amazing to see that the staff really love the animals and that they were so passionate to share their knowledge. But what really made the experience great was the staff. Every single one was attentive and friendly and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. Compliments to each and every staff member at Inverdoorn.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Johan van Schalkwyk, Marketing at Inverdoorn Game Reserve
Responded 19 Apr 2021
This makes us so happy, thank you!! We will certainly pass your compliments on to the team. Thank you for your review :)
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Huddlestone R wrote a review Jun 2021
De Doorns, South Africa22 contributions22 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The friendly host that received us knew who we were and called us by our names. The room was comfortable and the bathroom was clean with towels soap and the extras in place. Even while we experienced a very cold weekend, we slept warm. Coming from the Game drive we all received warm damp facecloths to wipe our hands and face and be ready for a wonderful dinner. I must be sure to mention the chef. The food will make me return very soon, especially the lamb potjie. Well, all the meals were really next level. The Game drive is the main feature of the stay and did not disappoint. The chilly evening and morning were bearable because we all were handed blankets for comfort. I really recommend the Inverdoorn experience.
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Date of stay: June 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Aquila Safari, Marketing at Inverdoorn Game Reserve
Responded 29 Jun 2021
How lovely - thank you so much for your beautiful words and warm review. And thank you for your recommendation!
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MAO wrote a review Aug 2020
7 contributions2 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
It is very disappointing that I report my stay at Inverdoorn as very underwhelming. The condition of the chalet was so poor, with many things broken. Only the expensive chalets have a view of the landscape, the lodge and Tonkwa chalets look towards the inside (which is stated on the website) but you literally cannot enjoy the surrounding views unless you impose on other guests. There was not even a proper chair to sit on in the room, and you had to keep switching the plugs between the kettle and the fridge. Such minor things to fix which make your stay very inconvenient, especially when the website refers to their accommodation as "luxury". The ambassador suite is not private as the website states. The other chalets are right next to it and the roof top terrace is only private if the other guests are not using their terrace at the same time.
Yes, sorry to say this is not a real game reserve as you would think: there are very few animals. If you are in a hurry and want to definitely photograph wild animals to impress your friends, then this is the place to go, but it is fake.
There is no where to sit out of the elements except for a very small lounge by the lodge rooms and the dark dining room.
The staff are friendly and the food was tasty. The fires that are made in the evening create an enjoyable atmosphere.
Call the office to hear exactly what is included in the room before leaving home.
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Date of stay: August 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Only the expensive rooms might justify staying there
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Response from Aquila Collection, Marketing at Inverdoorn Game Reserve
Responded 1 Feb 2021
Thank you for your review. There are a plethora of photos on our website and social media platforms that illustrate the accommodation. It is therefore evident that you might see someone when you are on your rooftop at the same time. We have hundreds of animals but as they are wild and spread out amongst 10,000 hectares, they don't gather in groups just for your game drives. But then you mention that they're easy to photograph, so we're more than a little confused. Best wishes, Team Inverdoorn
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Gen-rei wrote a review Jan 2020
Nelson-Tasman Region, New Zealand7 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I am going to start with the positives. The tranquility and wide open spaces are a joy to be in. The staff at the Lodge were super. Sadly, this is where it ends. We were booked for 2 nights which includes 4 game drives.
Our first game drive our Ranger remarked that we really saw all the animals. I thought she was joking, she was not. There are a limited amount , they are all given supplementary food and fresh water as they are not able to survive in this environment. The only natives to the area are the Oribi. They have specially adapted stomachs to survive.
The only 2 lions are rescue animals. They cannot hunt, they are fed. The only 2 elephants are also rescued.
Sadly after our first 2 game drives , a new group of tourists arrived for the night and our afternoon drive, we got taken back to the same animals and got told the story of their lives again. It would have been slightly better to get taken back to these animals with a group who had also seen them before, and just appreciate them in silence , this is where the ranger had no choice as management had decided otherwise.
For any tourists that think that this is what a safari in a game park is, I would be embarrassed that they went away believing so. It is a big zoo and a retirement park to the animals that are kept there
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Date of stay: January 2020
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Pretends to be luxury lodge,it is not
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TjasaBR wrote a review Sept 2020
Cape Town, South Africa22 contributions22 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
My family and I stayed at Inverdoorn in September 2020 and the overall experience was rather disappointing. As other travellers have noted, there is nothing luxurious about this place. From a complete lack of attention to detail (no teaspoons at coffee stations, no soaps in the bathroom, old broken decorations) to more significant shortcomings like paint peeling off walls and toilets not flushing properly), the whole premises look tired, dusty and drab. The food was TERRIBLE. Cheap artificially flavored cordial instead of fresh fruit juice in the morning, cheapest supermarket bread, dry scrambled eggs, tomatoes that seemed cut with an axe. Dinner was more like something you'd expect to see served at a truck drivers' pit stop than a place that markets itself as a luxury lodge. There was nothing for non-meat eaters beside white rice and tastless defrosted vegetables.
The lodge rooms are spacious but tired, and the bathroom is very very basic. No extras on the premises. If the weather doesn't permit swimming in the pool, there is nothing to do outside game drives.
A big complaint is that management seems unable to make any right decisions - because the weather didn't allow outdoor dining on the first 36 hours, they crammed all the guests into a small restaurant at the same time, making it impossible to observe social distancing. They could easily have staggered us into 2 groups, but that would have been more work. When the weather was good enough to eat outside, they still didn't do it, I can only assume because it would be more work.
Included in the price were 2 game drives, which they elected to cram into the same day, which meant 5 hours in an open vehicle in the freezing cold or missing out. Granted, they can't control the weather but could have checked the forecast for the next day and offered to move one drive to it, the weather was much nicer.
The game viewing was ok, we did see quite a lot of game including a mother rhino with her calf, which was pretty special, elephants, a whole herd of Cape buffalo etc, but the ranger was quite clueless and made quite a few blunders that show the gaps in her understanding of the wildlife in the reserve. The veld was thriving after all the rain though, and the landscape is beautiful. Oh, and the wifi is good.
Of all the game reserves we have been to in South Africa, this was by far the worst and I bitterly regret the over 6k ZAR I spent on it.
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Date of stay: September 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Aquila Collection, Marketing at Inverdoorn Game Reserve
Responded 1 Feb 2021
Thank you for your review. We are glad that you admittedly had a wonderful game-viewing experience. What a joy to see. rhino mother and her calf! Best wishes, Team Inverdoorn
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Donald C wrote a review Mar 2022
20 contributions5 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our visit to Inverdoorn was arranged with Richard from Abington Tours. He had booked an overnight stay with an evening and early morning tour to see the wildlife. He collected us from our accomodation in Sea Point, Capetown. I didn’t check but with a leisurely stop for coffee I reckon it took about four hours. We were welcomed with a cooling drink and moist towels and given an orientation talk before being shown to our individual lodges. Stepping inside was sheer bliss with air conditioning compared with the outside temperature in the middle thirties. We could not fault the accomodation. Very spacious and spotlessly clean with plenty of soaps and lots of towels and hot water. We were able to relax and use the excellent pool to help us keep cool.

Before setting out on the evening tour we were given a snack of a delicious burger with butternut wedges. The tour took about 2 ½ hours followed by a very enjoyable dinner with drinks which were purchased separately at reasonable cost.

We did not see all of the animals on the reserve at that time because they roam across the very large estate but the ranger who was extremely knowledgeable knew where they were most likely to be at various times of the day. As I said he knew the animals and their behaviour and readily answered questions from us and the other visitors. He had recently started with Inverdoorn and I was very impressed how he found his way around as there were numerous trails, some very uneven and rutted which confused me in which direction we were heading some of the time. After arriving back and enjoying dinner we retired to our lodges for a good sleep ready to rise at 5.30am and a welcome wakener of coffee or whatever one desired. The same guide to us to some new places as well as those visited the evening before. We saw four of the big five; lion, giraffe, buffalo and hippopotamus but sadly four of their rhinos had recently been killed by poachers. A fifth was shot but survived and it was the company’s decision not to approach it and cause further trauma which was understandable. Other animals seen were oryx, zebra, springbok, eland and ostrich and even tortoises to name a few more. Raptors flew overhead too.

After a hearty breakfast we were able to enjoy a shower and or a swim before we left. Other guests were staying for two nights.

We can highly recommend the whole experience and if we return to Capetown I am sure we will repeat it. Thanks to Richard and all the great staff at Inverdoorn who made it all possible.

Finally, make sure you observe the night sky.
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Date of stay: February 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Responded 22 Mar 2022
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Chris P wrote a review Oct 2020
16 contributions16 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Having called to check on their Covid-19 protocol observance beforehand, we finally arrived from Cape Town having driven the final 20 plus kilometres on a gravel road. OK so long as you have an SUV or 4x4!

We were warmly welcomed and then shown to our chalet.

The room was fine, except that there was no hot water, no soap in the bathroom, the tea tray had not been restocked and the waste bin had not been emptied. All forgivable errors.

However, on arrival in the dining room we discovered the tables were virtually on top of one another and it was a buffet service.

Alarm warnings started!

The meal was basic, but adequate.

The staff however were very welcoming and were as helpful as they could be.

After dinner we retired to our chalet and discovered that the hot water problem had been rectified. The room was warm, courtesy of a lovely open fire, and the bed was extremely comfortable.

In the morning we again returned to the cramped dining area for another buffet service breakfast.

We then returned to our room to prepare for our eagerly awaited game drive.

On arrival at the assembly area we discovered, to our horror, that the truck was filled to capacity and that the two seats remaining for us were not together!!

As mentioned at the start of this review, we’d checked beforehand to ensure Covid-19 protocols were being observed.

OBVIOUSLY NOT!!!!

At this point we decided to cut our losses and not risk spending 2 plus hours in the very close proximity of complete strangers! So we decided to return to Cape Town and cut short our much longed-for break.

Again the staff were most helpful and sympathetic but could not help further.

On our return we contacted AQUILLA by email to register our concern and dissatisfaction. That was more than 2 weeks ago and despite a further email, still no response!!

Read what you will from this review but the fact is we were let down big time and no one has had the courtesy to try to contact us.

BEWARE
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kim T wrote a review Jan 2022
Plettenberg Bay2 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Inverdoorn has so much potential but it's not living up to the so called 5 star game reserve . Let's start off with the positives . The grounds- are very beautiful . Game drives - vehicles were lovely and our driver Deano was great and very knowledgeable. The Room - we had the lodge accommodation where the room &bathroom was actually very spacious but no bar fridge. So any water that room service gave and milk was warm .

Love the big pool .

Phillip your waiter is a great asset to you but every waiter needs training . Each of them needs to be assigned a certain amount of tables that they need to attend and not run around like headless chickens. For lunch give two options not just one . When people are lying around the pool get a waiter to go around to ask if any one wants drinks and not let the guest go and find a person . Its these small things that need to be addressed. On Saturday morning, we were limited to one drink juice or coffee because or waitrees said so .

One last thing , Joshua (GM maybe? ) great personality could have a drink with him . But on our last day regards to breakfast he was our waiter . When its nearly 30 degrees fruit juice should have ice with it not a last thought . 15/20 minute later we ordered 1 cold breakfast and 1 hot . It took the kitchen over 30min+ . Where as the two tables next to us ordered there breakfasts within 10min and got it straight away . My granola had nuts in it ( I have a nut allergy) where on the Saturday morning it was plain granola and the waiters didn't realised the difference.

In your gift shop incorporate some SNACKS to munch on during the day. Sometimes lunch isn't enough .
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Responded 7 Feb 2022
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Altaira H wrote a review Oct 2023
Geneva, Switzerland7 contributions3 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
What a lovely experience! As a wheelchair user, the facilities worked well for me, and the staff was friendly, kind, and had an amazing attention to detail. We were catered to at the 4 to 5 star level, and our spa experience was delightful. I received an excellent manicure from Constance, and she gave my mother a very healing massage. Our driver, Johannes, is a treasure, and he answered my every question. They lifted me into the truck front seat, which worked very well for my mobility needs. Steven and James kept us very well fed, with a delicious and vegetarian friendly buffet(Ask for dessert!). Storm, the GM, managed to be all places at once, and handled any surprise with grace and care. The gift shop had several treasures, and I highly recommend the all natural insect repellent, it smells wonderful, and works! My wife proclaimed this her best vacation yet, and we're already planning to bring friends and relatives this fall.

We stayed in room 14, which had a roll-in shower, barrier-free toilet, wheelchair height bed, air conditioning, a wheelchair height sink, and an accessible path to enter. (WC users: You'll need the metal grate from the pool area to transverse the rain gutter, and a pool chair for the shower.)

As our cultures move away from zoos, there is a necessary transition in tourist focused businesses. Inverdoorn is not a zoo, not pure conservation, and not a true wild space. The rough edges of their recrafted identity are visible, and the changes continue. This isn't your grandfather's safari lodge, with zebra skins and antelope heads adorning dark, formal rooms. Nor is this an overlander safari experience in the bush, with flies and bland food. To be starkly honest, the animals here are partly domesticated. They easily tolerate the jeeps full of clicking shutters and noisy humans because they eat food provided them by the staff, at stations scattered across the sprawling reserve.
What excites me about this place isn't the variety of animals, or the amazing photo opportunities, or the very knowledgeable rangers. It's the possibilities found within that reframing of identity. How do we live with wild animals? How do we keep them alive? Happy? Not confined to cages, yet not threatening our farms? How do we keep them wild?
I truly hope that the leadership of this beautiful space choose to lean into habitat restoration, animal conservation, and rehabilitation with achievable release schedules. I believe that this space holds an incredible potential for these new visions of the future. With its existing demographic of adult, discerning, and educated customers, it has potential to fill an unmet need for both humans and animals.
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Date of stay: October 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Ask for dessert!
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Response from Aquila Safari, Marketing at Inverdoorn Game Reserve
Responded 8 Nov 2023
Thank you for all your excellent feedback, and your comments. We enjoyed reading your review. Thank you for choosing us for your safari, and we couldn't ask for more than your thoughts of returning - and bringing friends with, to boot!
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Answer from Ian V
Plattekloof, South Africa42 contributions8 helpful votes
Inverdoorn are mostly for adults. Aquila that is in the same group and nearby are better for families and smaller children.
Answer from Jumnah T
Morgan Hill, California61 contributions65 helpful votes
Yes
Answer from Elaine B
Edinburgh, United Kingdom44 contributions89 helpful votes
Yes, game drives were included in room rate. Beware, very few animals in reserve. It's more of a rescue centre than safari, no animals hunting on the reserve.
Answer from sadave1
Kingwood, Texas78 contributions80 helpful votes
Hi , we booked through their website directly! I definitely don’t think it’s worth a two night stay. We did it as a self drive, i.e. we drive their and then went on the game drive. If their are a few of you then this really is more logical only because you’d be spending a fare amount simply on the drive out there and back. Is it a massive game reserve? No, But is it a zoo,definitely not. There really are no massive Game reserves in the Western Cape, so unless you are planning stop in Johannesburg and do the Kruger National then this is a great way of seeing the animals. A lot of them are rescue animals but they roam free within a reserve and so it is for this reason people liken it too a zoo. The predators are obviously fenced in to protect them from being poached and from them attacking each other. I enjoyed it immensely but it’s not Kruger National, it is however ideal if you are pressed for time.
Povaneswari S asked a question Mar 2018
Singapore, Singapore33 contributions3 helpful votes
Hey. I’m lookimg for a private transfer to Inverdoorn. Any recommendations?
Answer from Jinny J
44 contributions26 helpful votes
I don't have recommendations for a private transfer either, but i believe Inverdoorn can arrange from their office in Capetown city center.
terrybensusan wrote a tip May 2024
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom131 contributions73 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Consider a rest day."
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sales720 wrote a tip Mar 2024
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Dont swim - pool is dirty and smelly Rooms all look second hand Hotel is littered with broken chairs, uncovered cushions Shocking"
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Serena and Peter wrote a tip Feb 2024
5 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The game groves are early in morn and late in eve, it gets cold take an extra layer and long trousers"
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Kim wrote a tip Jan 2024
Cape Town Central, South Africa1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"There is an extra charge for seeing the Cheetahs with the Cheetah handler "
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Inspire66098906517 wrote a tip Jan 2024
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I recommend booking two days: the experiences were very different based on the mood/location of the animals. "
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PRICE RANGE
$314 - $441 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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LOCATION
South AfricaWestern CapeWitzenberg MunicipalityCeres
NUMBER OF ROOMS
17
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inverdoorn Game Reserve
What are some of the property amenities at Inverdoorn Game Reserve?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Inverdoorn Game Reserve?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Inverdoorn Game Reserve?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Inverdoorn Game Reserve?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Inverdoorn Game Reserve?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Afrikaans.
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