Kuganha Camp

New ! Kuganha Camp

Offering guests a genuine African styled tented safari experience within the Klein Karoo. Hosting a great amount of phenomenal wildlife including the Big Five.


Book your Overnight Stay

Book your Overnight Stay

Experience a thrilling safari adventure in the Klein Karoo. Meet the Big 5 and stay in amazing luxury accommodation tailored to suit your budget.


Book your Day Visit Safari

Book your Day Visit Safari

A once-in-a-lifetime safari day visit: Meet the Big 5 and complete your trip with an intimate cheetah encounter. Inverdoorn is only 2.5hours from Cape Town!


Welcome to Inverdoorn game reserve
  • Elephants at Inverdoorn Game Reserve

    Elephants at Inverdoorn Game Reserve

  • a Rhino Calf was born at Inverdoorn Game Reserve

    Rhino Calf born at Inverdoorn Game Reserve

  • a cheetah handler with a rescued cheetah

    The Western Cape Cheetah Conservation

  • Kuganha, the Safari Camp - within Inverdoorn main reserve

    Kuganha, the Safari Camp – within Inverdoorn main reserve

  • Cheetah cubs born at Inverdoorn

    Cheetah cubs born at Inverdoorn

Free-roaming wildlife,  2.5 hours from Cape Town

Sprawling across 10 000 hectares in the Ceres Karoo, Inverdoorn Game Reserve and Iziba Safari Lodge is situated two and a half hours from Cape Town. The reserve is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the Big Five and offers thrilling safaris and the best luxury accommodation.

As a conservation stronghold, Inverdoorn strives to save threatened species and return animals to their natural habitat. This is evident from the rescue stories of animals that now roam free on the reserve. In 2012, Inverdoorn introduced elephants into the reserve, marking it as a Big Five destination.

Inverdoorn offers the perfect safari getaway with numerous facilities where guests can relax and enjoy the African sun, ensuring a memorable safari holiday close to Cape Town, South Africa.

They are talking about us
  • Booked the Ambassador suite as part of a honeymoon package – room was out of this world and the private excursions were worth the money. Every luxury was included and the food choice was limited but excellent. Well recommended

    Royand Debbie
  • A fantastic alternative to the national parks” – Despite the weather conditions, the two safaris were excellent. We saw all the animals the reserve has to offer, including the one wild cheetah.

    Elaine M
    Warwick, United Kingdom
  • The brand new tented camp is just awesome. Luxury tents in the reserve, very special interactions with animals, super friendly and knowledgable rangers.

    Adine L
    Cape Town Central, South Africa
  • Fabulous Luxury Tents!”- My daughter and I stayed for one night in the new luxury tents. We were treated like royalty! There are 3 tents and they are a 10 min drive into the reserve. We were the only ones at the tents and had the whole place to ourselves!

    Sharon Magnolia
    Amherst, New Hampshire
  • Great day trip safari” – I booked a day trip safari with this group. In total it lasted about three hours, but it was a good full three hours of adventure.

    Roanoke, Virginia
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Iziba safari lodge & Kuganha tented camp

Tailor Made Luxury Safari Experiences

Kuganha tented camp is Inverdoorn’s latest accommodation offering. Situated within the main reserve, it offers guests an authentic outdoor experience. The 66 square metre tents each have private quarters with sweeping views of the reserve that includes an abundance of free-roaming wildlife.


Ambassador suite

Five-star, exclusive safari vehicle, private roof terrace and personal cheetah interaction.


Four-star, perfect for couples sharing or two people. Includes, private verandas and a fireplace.

Guest House

Three-star, versatile rooms, spacious family unit , en-suite equipped with modern facilities.

Big 5 game reserve

The 10 000-hectare game reserve, is home to the Big five and a great variety of free-roaming animals. Game rangers at Inverdoorn are motivated by their passion for wildlife and conservation. They assist guests in searching for the Big Five as well as a variety of other animals including giraffe, zebra, springbok, kudu and a variety of birdlife.

Experience a Big Five luxury safari adventure, within the Klein Karoo.  Inverdoorn offers a variety of free roaming wildlife and is constantly evolving in the Klein Karoo

The Picture of the Day

The Picture of the day

Daily archive of interesting wildlife at the reserve or Inverdoorn team members.


Meet our Team

Meet the Inverdoorn Team

Find out more about the passionate team that dedicates their life towards wildlife conservation.


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Wildlife conservation programs

Conservation will always be at the heart of Inverdoorn. Through game drives and wildlife encounters, Inverdoorn strives to raise awareness about the plight of various animals.

In 2001 the Western Cape Cheetah Conservation was established at the reserve to rescue and rehabilitate cheetahs. In 2012, Rhinoprotect was established with the aim of protecting and saving rhinos, including those that roam free in the Ceres Karoo. Inverdoorn’s wildlife is carefully monitored to ensure their safety and comfort.

Conservation work comes in many forms. Get involved by joining a project that speaks to your passion.

Join Capecheetah

Save the Cheetah with WCCC

Join our mission! Help raise awareness and funds for the cheetah’s future in the wild.


Join the Rhinoprotect Army

Join the Rhinoprotect Army

Join the fight for rhino survival. Become part of the team and help save a rhino, one horn at a time.


We are recruiting - Big Five safari

Inverdoorn is Recruiting

This is your opportunity to get involved, working alongside conservationists and wildlife, including Africa’s Big Five.


A baby rhino is born at Inverdoorn

Inverdoorn Game Reserve, in Western Cape, is pleased to announce the arrival of a Southern White Rhino baby. It is the second rhino birth at Inverdoorn which boasts several conservation programs including a Rhino horn prosthetics programme that serves to curb the scourge of poaching of the rhinoceros to extinction. This welcome birth on March…