Phinda Private Game Reserve

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Phinda Private Game Reserve is situated in the lush Maputaland region in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Bordering the iSimangaliso/Greater St Lucia Wetland Park – a World Heritage Site – Phinda comprises 23 000 hectares (57 000 acres) of prime conservation land. Seven distinct habitats shelter an abundance of wildlife including Africa’s Big Five and over 380 bird species.


Phinda's seven splendid safari lodges offer sophistication and style in pristine African bush surrounds.

Forrest lodge

The 16 air-conditioned glass suites are built on stilts and appear to float between the rare Sand Forest floor and the towering torchwood trees. The suites are situated to ensure absolute privacy and each bathroom features twin hand basins, bath, separate shower and separate w.c. All suites have a personal bar on their private veranda.

Mountain Lodge

The lodge features 25 air conditioned suites each with en-suite bathroom comprising bath, shower, separate w.c. and twin hand basins. All suites have a sitting area, personal bar and private veranda complete with plunge pool and romantic al fresco shower. The 25 suites included 2 family suites with a fold-out sleeper sofa in each room.

A spacious u-shaped building, with central al fresco courtyard, incorporates ample sitting and dining areas. These areas lead out onto a shaded terrace and three-tiered spacious veranda with spectacular views of the Lebombo Mountains and bushveld. Additional facilities include a Safari Shop, interpretive centre, dramatic open-air boma, shaded swimming pool and observation deck.


Twice-daily game drives in open safari vehicles, nature walks and excellent birding. Riverboat cruises and canoeing along the Mzinene River. Proximity to the Indian Ocean offers guests a unique opportunity of viewing elephant, turtles, cheetah, whale sharks, rhino and dolphins in one day. Optional Phinda Adventure’s, include breathtaking coastal flights, beach excursions including snorkeling and scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, turtle viewing, horse riding and cultural visits.

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