Phinda Private Game Reserve
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Phinda Private Game Reserve, formerly known as Phinda Resource Reserve, is a 170 km² private game reserve situated in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa between the Mkuze Game Reserve and the Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park. Formed in 1991, the name "Phinda" (pronounced "Pinda") is a Zulu word meaning to 'return' or more accurately 'repeat'. Phinda has seven distinct ecosystems with palm savannah and mountain bush to rare sand forest and dense thornveld. As of May 2020, South African company WildEarth have broadcast drives from Phinda in collaboration with &Beyond. 
- Forest Lodge - sixteen stilted glass chalets . These chalets are hand built by local Zulu people to minimize impact on the rare Sand Forest. They seem to float between the forest floor and the towering torchwood trees.
- Mountain Lodge - twenty chalets and conference facilities situated at the top of a lavish bushveld world, with panoramas of the Lebombo Mountains and the Lake St. Lucia coastal plains.
- Vlei Lodge - six stilted suites of thatch, teak and glass overlook Phinda's unique wetland system at the edge of the forest.
- Rock Lodge - six chalets built into the rock face overlooking the Leopard Rock.
- Zuka Lodge - situated in the western region of Phinda are four thatched Zululand bush cottages. The cottages are set 15 metres apart and feature verandas overlooking a busy waterhole.
- Homestead - an exclusive use 4 bedroom villa.
- Peter. "WildEarth welcomes &Beyond's Phinda Private Game Reserve". WildEarth. Retrieved 2021-03-06.
Media related to Phinda Private Game Reserve at Wikimedia Commons
- Conservation Corporation Africa
- Southern African Game Reserve Reservations
- Map of Phinda Reserve
- Interview with a game ranger of the Phinda Reserve