About Ngiri Safaris
Ngiri Safaris is owner run and managed in order to give our clients the best possible experience. We are situated in the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve. Game viewing is conducted by vehicle. We also offer Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery and Intro to Scuba as well as Scuba courses. We offer three privately situated luxury self-catering family chalets, each accommodating 2 adults and 2 children. The units consist of a large en-suite bedroom with an offset kitchenette to the one side. Each chalet also has its own barbecue facility. In addition, there are two wooden chalets on stilts sleeping two people each, with en-suite bathroom, kitchenette and own private barbecue area.For those not wanting the hassle of cooking for themselves, there are restaurants nearby serving great food, and for those feeling lucky the Carousel Casino is just 20 minutes away.The swimming pool has been built for diver training and is three metres deep, with an average summer temperature of 28 degrees, without heating. Ngiri Safaris also features an on-site compressor, as well as fifteen sets of scuba gear for hire. It is a perfect venue for dive schools and independent instructors to conduct their pool sessions, and Naui diving courses are available on site.
Safari: We offer safaris on Quads and Game Vehicle. Game viewing is are done in the Big 5 Game Reserve Dinokeng. The quads are done outside of the reserve. Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery, Scuba, Intro Scuba
Covid Safety Approved: Abide by all the protocols for FEDHASSA. Our staff have been trained in COVID 19 preparedness including PPE hand Hygiene, social distancing, wearing masks, Property disinfected with mandatory products
Breakage Deposit in Cash R350 on arrival
50% deposit to be paid to Safarinow and the balance payment is to be made at the Lodge via EFT 3 days before arrival.
Proof of payment to be sent to [email protected]
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling