Rain Farm Game Lodge

Experience the splendour and beauty of South Africa like you never have before by visiting Rain Farm Game & Lodge just outside of Durban. Our luxurious game lodge was founded as a wildlife sanctuary but has grown to include ten self-catering cabins and six luxury tree-top tents as well as an extravagant plains view restaurant where you can see our giraffes, impalas, buffalos to name a few roam freely.

Rain Farm boasts two separate dining areas, our Acacia Restaurant, offering an alfresco dining experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menus are seasonal, using produce from the local farmers. The intimate Calabash wine room, offers guests a glimpse into the world of food and wine pairing, whether you are celebrating a special occasion or just wanting to spoil yourself, the Calabash restaurant offers an exquisite indoor setting, with an ever changing menu, of course there are hundreds of wines to choose from. This is truly a wine aficionado’s paradise.


Things to do at the Rain Farm:

  • Game Drive
  • Adventure Centre: Climbing Wall, Archery, Abseil, Paintball
  • Calabash Wine Room
  • Acacia Restaurant
  • Catered Picnics
  • Horse Riding
  • Day Spa

GUIDED TOUR

Day Visitor Rules at Rain Farm

IMPORTANT INFORMATION UPON ENTRY

We are open to the public Thursday to Sunday and public holidays only

*Bookings must be made prior to arrival for day visitors

All Day Visitors must report to the reception:

  1. No self drives allowed
  2. No fishing
  3. No outsourced food/beverages to be consumed on property
  4. Accommodation visits not permitted
  5. Use of Lodge facilities limited during peak periods
  6. Right of admission reserved

Contact Details

Address

F9 Rain Farm Esenembe Road Umhlali, 4390

GPS

-29.4399547, 31.1349639

Telephone

Contact the Venue

Opening Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

7:30am to 16:00pm

Friday

7:30am to 16:00pm

Saturday

7:30am to 16:00pm

Sunday

7:30am to 16:00pm

We are open to the public Thursday to Sunday and public holidays only *Bookings must be made prior to arrival for day visitors