Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve was established in 1979 in the 65000 hectare world renowned Sabi Sands, the South-Western section of the Kruger National Park. This long standing reserve has an abundance of big five game, 350 species of birds as well as 200 species of other animals which are indigenous to this area. Morning and late afternoon game drives are led by knowledgeable rangers and Shangaan trackers, exploring both on road and off road. In addition there is an opportunity for a guided bush walk with guide after breakfast to enjoy the smaller things often missed on game drives.
Sabi Sabi illustrious history is reflected in their four distinct, all suite, award-winning lodges. In the theme of ‘Yesterday’ the colonial Selati Camp, ‘Today’ the contemporary Bush Lodge & Little Bush Lodge and ‘Tomorrow’ the avant-garde Earth Lodge.
Has only 8 thatched suites, nestled under shady trees with all the modern conveniences of a suite and ensuite bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower and romantic free standing bath. The main areas are built along the Msuthlu riverbed with open sided living areas, a pool, cosy lounge, bar, traditional boma for dining under the stars and a welcoming open 'Farmhouse Kitchen' style dining room
Sabi Sabi’s flagship property has two thatched viewing decks and two swimming pools over looking the waterhole, as well as a lounge area, wine cellar and a the award winning Amani Spa. The 25 spacious thatched suites have an ethnic design with lounge opening onto the private patio and ensuite bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers.
Little Bush Camp
The intimate Little Bush Camp has just 6 luxury thatched suites combining the eclectic 'Today' of Bush Lodge, and the avant garde 'Tomorrow' philosophy of Earth Lodge. Enormous en-suite bathrooms feature floor to ceiling glass French doors encase the bath on 3 sides, there is also an indoor and outdoor shower. Each suite features a signature spa bath on its private wooden deck. Dining is generally al fresco under the trees, on the sandy riverbank or in the traditional boma. The secluded pool with shaded loungers is reached by wooden foot bridge over the river
The almost invisible opening to the lodge, leads into the main modern area which is carved in the earth with lounge and dining areas overlooking the waterhole and vast bushveld beyond. There is an underground wine cellar, a library, and holistic Amani spa with three treatment rooms.
The 13 natural element inspired stone suites feature bold metal, leather and reclaimed wood furniture and decor. With all the features of a suite including glass fronted en-suite bathrooms with oversized bath and indoor and outdoor showers. There is an indoor sitting area which opens out on to a wide patio with a private plunge pool.
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