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Amazing rendition of David and Elaine McArdle’s stay at Inyati
April, 26, 2016

Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sands: the perfect

From the second we came across the Inyati Game Lodge in our search for the perfect South Africa safari accommodation we were certain it was the perfect luxury safari retreat for us. We had a short and undemanding list of requests: luxury accommodation, good food, drinks and company and the best chance of sighting the big 5. It’s not much to ask...

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We’re Nominated For The Lilizela Tourism Award 2016
March, 15, 2016

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Inyati Game Lodge

Unique to South Africa’s Nguni languages, Lilizela means to ululate, a sound that symbolizes joy and celebration.

The Lilizela Tourism Awards – South Africa’s premier Travel and Tourism Awards is a platform where we as safari lodge owners, are given honor for the remarkable impact we have made in the South African tourism industry.

We are...

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Sensational Safari 2016
January, 28, 2016

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January, 06, 2016

Inyati Junior rangers program
» Evoke your lost senses. The first step in your training will be to home all the senses you need when working in the bush.
› Whilst in the bush ALL your senses need to be fine-tuned, your ranger will take you into the bush and teach you bird calls, this will home your sense of hearing and also improve your knowledge on birds.
› Your ranger will then explain...

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Important update: Sabi Sand Conservation Contribution Policy
December, 10, 2015

IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING THE SABI SAND CONSERVATION CONTRIBUTION, DECEMBER 2015
To our valued partners in travel,
We would like to notify you of the implementation of a 'Conservation Contribution (CC)', effective 01 January 2016. All lodges within the Sabi Sand Reserve have jointly and collectively agreed to the introduction of a contribution which will go towards anti-poaching, general...

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November 2015
December, 01, 2015

Ellies at Sand River show of their new calves

With barely a sprinkle of rain this last month the animals are starting to feel the pinch. Grazing especially is hard, with the pathfinding females of the giant buffalo herds having to really on all their experience to lead their charges to the grass that remains, or two the grass responding to the light intensities turns green in anticipation of...

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Lilizela Tourism Awards held on 22 October 2015
November, 10, 2015

The South African Tourism Industry spent the better part of last night honouring the crème de la crème of the sector. The industry hosted by the esteemed Minister of Tourism, Mr Derek Hanekom, were treated to an evening of splendour and entertainment from local musicians.

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The Lilizela Tourism Awards, is a platform to celebrate service excellence in the South African...

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September Wildlife Highlights
October, 05, 2015

The little bit of rain we had at the end of last month has caused a bit of commotion in the bush. More than a few insects have spontaneously appeared and take advantage of the little bit of moisture. The grass is peeking its green eye through the wash of brown hair tassled all over the floor. So much potential and the first signs of summer. As the days went by however no more rain followed and...

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Inyati – Provincial Winner 2015 Lilizela Tourism Awards
September, 29, 2015

The Mpumalanga Province announced the names of the provincial winners of the 2015 Lilizela Tourism Awards. The announcement was made at an awards ceremony held on September 8, 2015 at Emnotweni Arena in Mbombela where all the province’s finalists were publically honoured for their contribution to service excellence and quality assurance in the tourism industry.
“Being awarded the Lilizela...

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August- The winds of change
September, 05, 2015

This time of year is a change-over period. The days start to get noticeably longer and predictably the winds come. The wind blows through the area dry, and hot, desiccating whatever is left of the bush. However because trees are stimulated by light and not water. The first trees are starting to wake up and it all starts with the Knobthorn Acacia (Vachellia nigrescens) and the Weeping Boer-bean...

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