Safaris/Game drives are conducted in open 4×4 vehicles with experienced and informative Rangers. Alternatively guests can take a guided walk (subject to availabilityor relax at the lodge and enjoy views of the wildlife visiting the waterhole.
Imbali Safari Lodge is situated within the Kruger National Park which boasts one of the most diverse game viewing experiences in South Africa and is home to an estimated 1,500 lion, 12,000 elephant, 2,500 buffalo, 1,000 leopards and 5,000 rhino (black and white).
Lions are scattered throughout the Park, most commonly found in the grasslands, where their favourite prey of Zebra and Wildebeest are found. The “Talamati Pride” are frequent visitors to the waterhole adjacent to the lodge and the immediate area around the lodge.
Leopards are shy animals that hunt at night. Imbali Safari Lodge is fortunately in a high leopard density area and sightings are frequent. Spotting the tawny-yellow body with black rosette spots, as it blends in perfectly into its surrounds is a definite highlight of any nocturnal safari.
- 147 mammals
- 336 trees
- 34 amphibians
- 49 fish
- 507 birds
- Big five