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Generally the reviews on Trip Adviser are good and with good reason.
We made the journey from Cape Town, which took us a little over 3 hours to make the journey in our hire car. We got google directions and my best advice is to...More
Upon arrival we were shown to not be on the booking list despite repeated email confirmations. Our room was not ready, nearly 2pm, but we were told to drop our bags and eat so they could finish. The door to the chalet could not be...More
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Response from Inverdoorn, Marketing Manager at Inverdoorn Game ReserveResponded 20 January 2012
Thank you for reviewing our property, it’s always excellent feedback for us to know where to improve our services and keep maintaining one of the best lodging facilities and Safari near Cape Town for more than 16 years now.
We can assure you that the...More
This year's safari at Inverdoorn has been another great experience. There are not so many animals as in other reservs but therefore a very personal care and great interest about all the animals which makes the trip very interesting and much more natural (not like...More
Again The Cape is not traditional safari turf, but Inverdoorn does a pretty good job of displaying a good variety of wildlife for those with limited time in the area and those not traveling further north to the likes of Kruger. The atmosphere was very...More
You haven't seen South -Africa if you haven't seen the (Little) Karoo and there is no better way to see it than by staying a couple of nights at Inverdoorn. That is, in a nutshell, the essence of this review.
I confess, I'm a repeat-Inverdoorn-visitor....More
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... More
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.
We did not get to try Aquila, but during our stay at Inverdoorn, we saw a lot of people who just went there for a day trip. I got to speak to some of them, and I didn't really get any negative feedback cause you really see a... More
We did not get to try Aquila, but during our stay at Inverdoorn, we saw a lot of people who just went there for a day trip. I got to speak to some of them, and I didn't really get any negative feedback cause you really see a lot in just one drive. I totally agree with Lee L's response. Hope this helped...