Our Venue

Weddings at Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve are as romantic and unique as the Wild Coast itself; as unforgettable as the love that brought you together. Contemporary and yet, authentically African, our perfectly-appointed venue is the ideal mix of wild beauty and modern comfort. Walking down the red carpet to take your vows in Inkwenkwezi’s charming open-air chapel, nestled in the gardens amongst the trees, is the beginning of your happily ever after. As the sun sets, the venue’s lights flicker on capturing the beauty deep into the night. (Rest assured that in the event of inclement weather a stunning chapel will be set on our covered deck.)
Once you have taken your vows and are ready to celebrate, you and your guests will enjoy a banquet of a lifetime – made from the freshest, hand-picked ingredients and accompanied by a selection of the finest wines. You will dance your way into a new life together as music and laughter echo into the starry skies.

“For a wedding in paradise” The place of African Legends is a truly unique wedding venue on the Wild Coast, with so much more…

Weddings at Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve are contemporary and yet truly African .

Our well-located venue offers the ideal combination of wild beauty and modern comfort.

Inkwenkwezi as your Venue

Captivate your guests as you make your way down the red carpet to take your vows and say “I do”. The open-air chapel is situated under an old wild fig tree. We offer a beautiful garden setting with water features, incorporating small ponds and streams. Whilst saying your vows your guest will enjoy the shade that the fig tree provides.
After the service you may wander into our garden for your photo session. The breath-taking landscapes will allow you an opportunity to have a range of unique photographs, a landscape like no other.
During the photo session your guests and invited to have pre-arranged Inkwenkwezi welcoming drink and snacks or cocktails and canapés – depending on what you have chosen for them – provided by Inkwenkwezi.

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