A wildlife sanctuary at Iziba Lodge!
Wildlife In Africa!
Given the vast area that is traversed, and the unpredictable nature of the wildlife, it is not always possible to locate all the animals; but the skilled rangers know just where to look and will do their best to track them down. Inverdoorn Game Reserve and Iziba Safari Lodge stretches across 10 000 hectares of the Ceres Karoo and is the home of various free-roaming wild animals. Inverdoorn is a Big 5 game reserve with a special interest in cheetah conservation. Since 2001 their organisation, Cape Cheetah, has been rescuing these magnificent cats and today provides sanctuary to 14 cheetahs. The game reserve offers day and overnight packages that include game drive seeking antelope, giraffe, hippo, zebra, the Big 5 and several other species.
Driving over the well-beaten track that winds through the reserve, you will come across various animals. Making their way through the succulent plant life which characterises the floral diversity of the Karoo, you will find a myriad of antelope such as kudu, eland, impala, springbok and gemsbok. You will be captivated by the distinct markings of the zebra and the graceful gait of the giraffe, while the brute power of the buffalo and the majestic beauty of the Cape Barbary lion will astound you.
Iziba safari Lodge Includes: Ambassador suites, Luxury Chalets, Chalets and Guest Houses
At the safari lodge guest have the opportunity to unwind, and may even see the cheetahs going on daily walks with their handlers. This beautiful, big cat is the heart and soul of Inverdoorn. In 2001 Cape Cheetah was established, which seeks to rescue and rehabilitate cheetahs and, ultimately, release them into the wild.
By visiting Inverdoorn Game Reserve and Iziba Safari Lodge, you will be doing your part towards wildlife Conservation.