N and B codoped 6H-SiC epilayers were grown by the closed sublimation method, the growth rate of which was as high as 100 mm/h. Donor acceptor (DA) pair emission at different temperatures was investigated for two samples with different B concentrations. The integrated photon count obtained from the photoluminescence (PL) spectra of the sample having high B concentration increases with temperature. To estimate the internal quantum efficiency, we measured the PL integrated photon counts of GaN at 10 K as a reference. The integrated PL photon count of 6H-SiC DA-doped epilayer at 250 K is almost comparable to that of GaN at 10 K, which is thought to be almost 100% because of the freezing of the nonradiative recombination at low temperature. This result implies that the internal quantum efficiency of the 6H-SiC DA-doped epilayer exceeds 95%.