andBeyond Phinda Private Game Reserve encompasses an impressive 23,000 hectares (56,800 acres) of prime wilderness land in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Showcasing one of the continent’s finest game viewing experiences, including cheetah, Phinda features Africa’s Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino), endangered black rhino, and 415 bird species.
Phinda is described as the ‘Seven Worlds of Wonder’, a magnificent tapestry of woodland, grassland, wetland and forest, interspersed with mountain ranges, river courses, marshes and pans. Phinda is a wilderness sanctuary where intimate encounters and rare discoveries can be experienced first-hand. With unspoiled beaches and spectacular reefs nearby, and an abundance of wildlife, Phinda offers the perfect bush and beach adventure.
Phinda is set in the warm climes near the Indian Ocean coast, just three hours’ drive from Durban. With seven distinct ecosystems, it includes woodland, grassland, wetland and forest, mountain ranges, river courses, marshes and pans. Twice daily game drives, interpretive bush walks, river canoeing are included, as well as delicious Pan-African cuisine. Phinda is home to many families of cats, including cheetah, lion and leopard. Rhino enthusiasts have a high chance of viewing both white and black rhino.
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