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Pick a scenic route

All roads lead to Inverdoorn

Inverdoorn Game Reserve and Iziba Safari Lodge is situated just outside the town of Ceres. If you are driving yourself, there are many roadside attractions and activities to enjoy along the way. We have picked two possible routes you can take to get there or to take back to Cape Town.

Accessing Inverdoorn via The Huguenot Tunnel


  • Exit Cape Town via the N1 highway through The Huguenot Tunnel.
  • Exit the N1 at the R43.
  • Turn right onto the R46 towards Inverdoorn.

Ceres is the main village you will travel through en route to Inverdoorn. The Ceres valley is a great place to visit throughout the year. It is renowned for producing fruit that is exported all over the world and since all roads that lead to Ceres traverse mountain passes, the region is a great adventure destination. For the less adventurous, enjoy a leisurely lunch on one of the fruit farms or take a cherry-picking tour. A scenic drive across the mountain passes that surround the valley is also a great way to spend an afternoon.

For the outdoor enthusiast there is plenty to do, such as quad-biking, ziplining and fresh water fishing. When you return from your amazing safari adventure at Inverdoorn, instead of heading back to Cape Town immediately, stop and enjoy all that Ceres has to offer en route.

For more information contact the Ceres Tourism Bureau on +27 (0)23 316 1287.


Accessing Inverdoorn via Wellington and Bain's Kloof Pass


  • Exit Cape Town via the N1 highway.
  • Take exit 47 for R44 toward Stellenbosch/R101/Klapmuts/Wellington.
  • Turn left onto R44/Stokery Rd
  • Turn right onto Third St, then right onto 2de.
  • Travel through the main road, onto Bain's Kloof Pass towards Ceres and on to Inverdoorn.

A great alternative route is accessing Inverdoorn via the historic town of Wellington, a 45-minute drive from Cape Town, and along the 159-year-old Bain's Kloof Pass. The majority of South Africa's vine-cutting nurseries are found in Wellington. If you have booked an overnight safari at Inverdoorn you will have enough time in the morning to enjoy the Wellington Wine route. It is short and the cellars are in close proximity to one another, making it very popular.

If you have a little more time and are feeling adventurous, you can do The Wellington Wine Walk – a 3-day hike that meanders through vineyards, orchards and indigenous fynbos. The opportunity to sample the cheese, wine and olives produced in the region, as well as overnight stays in historic French Huguenot farms, adds extra charm to the outing.

Upon exiting Wellington you will travel over the magnificent Bain's Kloof Pass to reach Ceres. The pass remains largely unchanged since it was built many years ago. Snaking narrowly along the Witte River, take the time to stop and absorb the natural beauty of this unspoilt region.

For more information contact the Wellington Tourism Bureau +27 (0)21 873-4604/8

Travelling beyond

Beyond Inverdoorn are a host of holiday destinations to enjoy along the famous Route 62 such as the Cango Caves close to Oudtshoorn, The Owl House in Nieu Bethesda and numerous other attractions.

For more information contact Route 62 on +27 (0)23 616 3563

Should you need any further travel information, recommendations of places to visit or activities along the way, our friendly staff will assist you.

Call us now on +27 (0)21 434 4639 or email us on info@inverdoorn.com





Reservations & Info

Inverdoorn Game Reserve


112 LOOP STREET 8001

Tel:  +27 (0)214 220 013
Fax: +27 (0)86 719 71 50

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

Article Reserve

1 200 Reasons

More than 1 200 animals roam free over the vast plains of the Ceres Karoo at Inverdoorn Game Reserve. Comprised of 28 different species guests will encounter various animals – from hippo, giraffe and impala to springbok, wildebeest and bat-eared foxes. In addition, more than 80 species of birds soar through the skies.

The Cheetah and the Big 5

The cheetah has a special place in the hearts of all those who work at the game reserve. These magnificent big cats can be seen on safari; being taken through routine runs reaching speeds of up to 120km/h and encountered in exclusive interactions. Safaris at Inverdoorn become an even greater adventure as game rangers help guest search for the famous Big 5, namely: the rhino, elephant, lion, African buffalo and the illusive Cape Leopard.

Contact Infos

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

112 LOOP STREET 8001

Tel:  +27 (0)214 220 013
Fax: +27 (0)86 719 7150

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

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