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  • button-capcheetahA conservation stronghold

    Many of the wild animals been rescued and rehabilitated and now roam free in the Ceres Karoo.

  • button-capcheetahThe Western Cape Cheetah Conservation Program

    Inverdoorn strives to rehabilitate Cheetahs in their natural environment. From our Successful Rehabilitation program to the latest release of the cheetahs in the main reserve.

  • button-capcheetahVoluntering at Inverdoorn

    Do you want to make a difference and contribute in saving the cheetahs, become a volunteer and be part of the vibrant Inverdoorn team apply now!

  • button-elephantFree-Roaming Elephants at Inverdoorn!

    In 2012 Inverdoorn Game Reserve was proud to announce the introduction of free-roaming elephants in the Ceres Karoo for the first time in 150 years

  • button-capcheetahA Big 5 Safari Adventure

    Search for the Big 5 close to Cape Town while enjoying the tranquillity of the Karoo and the luxury of the finest safari accommodation

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  • Inverdoorn is doing a fabulous job of making sure that my grandchildren will be able to come to Africa with their grandchildren to see the wild animals of Africa.
    ozricko75 - Trip Advisor
  • The drive from Cape Town was an added bonus winding our way through spectacular mountainous scenery and colourful vineyards.
    PandanBear, Australia - Trip Advisor


  • What an amazing place...we were bowled over by our experience.
    Disco_Al - Trip Advisor


  • You leave Inverdoorn with a sense of accomplishment and wonder.
    Sweetiemine, Singapore - Trip Advisor
  • As an introduction to African safari, the Big Five, and the very real work needed to protect and conserve these amazing animals and their habitat, Inverdoorn is perfect.
    Brittus, England - Trip Advisor
  • The tour guides are exceptionally passionate and knowledgable which made the safari drives even more enjoyable.
    Kate R, England - Trip Advisor
  • Totally enjoyed the stars we saw every night at our balcony!
    Yagiza, Singapore - Trip Advisor
  • From the moment we arrived to the moment we left, Inverdoorn filled our days with fantastic safari, expert knowledge, new friends and laughter.
    Brittus, England - Trip Advisor
  • Inverdoorn is a must for time-limited travellers in the Cape Region who would like an introduction to Safari.
    HenryXKnight, England - Trip Advisor 
  • The guide was excellent – he really knew his stuff and provided an interesting an informative commentary.
    Andrew C, England - Trip Advisor 

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  • A Gateway to the World of Travel

    A Gateway to the World of Travel

    Wednesday, 22 April 2015

    Inverdoorn Game Reserve representing Rhino Protect and CapeCheetah Attended the WTM Africa Event from the 15th to the 17th of April 2015; many people were keen to know, what makes us unique in the travel industry?   Our main focus is conservation, we didn’t simply speak about the lodge but we spoke about the love we have for...
  • Ranger Diaries: Mariske

    Ranger Diaries: Mariske

    Tuesday, 21 April 2015

    Hi, I'm a game ranger at Inverdoorn game reserve. My name is Mariske and I'm working for a little more than a year on this beautiful reserve/farm.My duty on Inverdoorn is to take out guests, from all over the world, and show them our amazing and beautiful animals, and tell them a little bit more about them of course. A few months ago...
  • Discovery of Inverdoorn

    Discovery of Inverdoorn

    Tuesday, 14 April 2015

    Let me introduce myself. I am Baptiste, the new French Marketing Coordinator at Inverdoorn, and I joined the marketing team. I am 22, I am French and I study communication. I am fond of travelling and animals. Thanks to this function, I had the opportunity to discover a wonderful country, South Africa and to work for Inverdoorn....
  • Cheetah Report 5th of April

    Cheetah Report 5th of April

    Tuesday, 14 April 2015

    Cheetah interactions are a big part of our work here at Inverdoorn. They are so important for conveying the message that more needs to be done to help conserve the species before they disappear from the world forever. We hope that the guests always learn something new, and take away a positive attitude, as well as enjoying the amazing...
  • Meet the team: Baptiste Rezé

    Meet the team: Baptiste Rezé

    Wednesday, 08 April 2015

    The staff at Inverdoorn has unique and diverse personalities but one thing that brings and keeps them together is the love and passion they have for wildlife and conservation. Baptist Rezé Marketing Assistant for Inverdoorn comes from Laval, France. This dynamic, passionate and adventurous guy loves exploring and learning new...
  • Cheetah Report 30th March

    Cheetah Report 30th March

    Tuesday, 07 April 2015

    Did you know that giraffes babysit? I didn’t and when I saw one mum with 2 babies I first got worried that one baby was following the other mum because it had lost his. I asked Christo and he told me that it was perfectly normal and that giraffes took turns in looking after their small ones. I think this is adorable. Cheetahs don’t...
  • Cheetah Report 23rd March

    Cheetah Report 23rd March

    Tuesday, 24 March 2015

    Hi my name is Sumari and I am 20 years old. I’m a 3rd year student busy with my practical year at Inverdoorn Game Reserve, and I am currently studying nature management at Centurion Academy in Cape Town. When I was little I always wanted to work with animals and that stayed my dream for all these years and now my dream has finally...
  • Cheetah Report 17th March

    Cheetah Report 17th March

    Tuesday, 24 March 2015

    What happened this week at inverdoorn? The babies were a little bit sick at the beginning of the week and we kept an eye on them. Hopefully after few days they felt better and it was a relieve for all of us. We love them so much that we always worry too much. Cheetahs are strong animals even if they look fragile.  It was really...
  • Cheetah Report 6th March

    Cheetah Report 6th March

    Friday, 13 March 2015

    2 weeks back a beautiful little giraffe baby has been born. Almost every morning so far I have been lucky enough to see mummy with her little one. It’s just adorable and all the guest and staff are enjoying the viewings as we always do with baby animals.Talking about baby animals about a month ago we had a miscarriage from our hippo....
  • Cheetah Report 1st March

    Cheetah Report 1st March

    Tuesday, 03 March 2015

    No leap year for 2015- February has come and gone in a blink of an eye! Everybody here at Inverdoorn has been incredibly busy this month, with lots of overnight guests and day visitors alike still eager to join us for an amazing safari experience and beautiful trip out into nature. This has also made our cheetahs nice and busy, with...

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Why choose Inverdoorn?

Amongst the wonders of Nature exists a splendid place situated in the magnificence of the vast open Karoo landscape, Inverdoorn Game Reserve & Iziba Safari Lodge. The 10 000 hectare property is a resourceful and stylish 'oasis' destination, only a 2.5-hour drive from Cape Town city centre.

Exclusive Cheetah interactions

Inverdoorn offers guests the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to really get to grips with a cheetah through its Exclusive Encounters package that allow guests to spend time interacting with the cheetahs through stroking, petting and giving the cheetahs water. Guests who opt for the five-star luxury accommodation packages automatically enjoy the one-on-one encounters while an optional extra package is available to other overnight guests and even day visitors. Learn More...

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Inverdoorn Game Reserve

PO BOX 304 SEA POINT 8060
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 344 639
Fax: +27 (0)214 331 157

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

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