Phinda - A Conservation Victory
Phinda Private Game Reserve is situated in subtropical northern KwaZulu-Natal, with close proximity to the warm Indian Ocean. It is an award-winning game reserve with a strong focus on conservation and community involvement. In 1991, Phinda undertook the biggest game relocation in a private reserve in the world at the time, restoring 14 000 hectares (34 600 acres) of degraded farmland to pristine wilderness. The reserve has now grown to a total of 23 000 hectares (56 830 acres) of land dedicated to the preservation of wildlife.
Referred to as "Seven Worlds of Wonder", Phinda is home to seven unique ecosystems that can be explored on twice-daily game drives from each of the Reserve's six luxurious lodges.
- Abundant wildlife, including Africa's famous Big Five
- Provides sanctuary for threatened wildlife, such as cheetah and black rhino
- A birder's paradise, with 415 bird species
- Near to the popular breeding grounds of the highly endangered sea turtles
- Spectacular coral reef diving in the Indian Ocean easily accessible nearby
From R 5,500 per person sharing
With wraparound views of the ancient Ubombo mountain range, Phinda’s Mountain Lodge balances majestically above its beautiful surroundings. The 25 suites scattered along the mountainside offer complete privacy and luxury.
From R 19,910 To R 21,455 per person sharing
Experience an assortment of adventures in the seven habitats of Phinda Private Game Reserve, from tracking lion to intimate cheetah, leopard and rhino encounters. Then relax in seaside bliss to the sounds of rolling waves in Ballito.
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