Private Nature Reserve

A 1076ha Private Game/Nature Reserve, situated in Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; Inhlanhla Game farm is in the White Umfolozi region, 50km outside Vryheid on the Melmoth-Vryheid road (R34). Vryheid is approximately 320km from

Durban, 420km from Johannesburg and 400km from the Kruger National Park.

The scenery on the farm of undulating hills, unspoiled bushveld and grassy plains interspersed with Aloes and breathtaking views on mountains in the distance highlights the serenity and magic of this area.

accommodation at inhlanhla game ranch

  • GPS Co-ordinates: 
  • S 28º04'36.3" ; E 31º05'06.7"
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A Bounty of Wildlife

The farm is well stocked with smaller antelope such as Blesbok, Grey Duiker, Impala, Mountain Reedbuck, Steenbok and larger game such as Eland, Kudu, Nyala, Blue Wildebeest, Giraffe, Zebra, bushpig and wardhog make up the diversity of the game. There are of course the various indigenous animals, who are very shy and rarely spotted such as pengulin, baboon, monkey, dassie, aardwolf, caracal, serval, silver back jackal.  A prolific birdlife of hundreds of different species make bird watching very interesting. 4 x 4 vehicles or vehicles with high clearance are recommended.

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Accommodation is in unique, rustic style stone and thatch cottages. The camp carries the essence of the bush, eco-friendly installations such as solar energy for lights, “firing the donkey” for hot water for the shower or bath is a South African bush experience.  

4 cottages, each with its own bathroom, are fully serviced and all bedding, linen etc. is supplied. The kitchen is fully equipped. Meals are provided on request.


natural pools in the riverbed

Unofficial hiking trails and hiking in riverbeds with a cool-down in natural rock pools is one of the past times for our guests. Game drives, night game drives, star-gazing and bird watching are part of the leisure activities.

hunting safaris


Trophy hunting is conducted all year and biltong hunting takes place during the KwaZulu Natal hunting season.

Our hunters and nature lovers alike enjoy the fauna and flora and a special time spent in the African bushveld. The lapha is the ideal place in the evening after a day in the bush to unwind and reminisce on the day’s happenings.


beautiful sunrises and tranquil surroundings

Our bushman paintings and cave discovered in 2003 by the Archaeological Department of the Kwazulu Natal Museum has been viewed by many with awe. Bushmen had settled in the area in the 13th – 14th century and lived their lives and hunted for survival on this farm.