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Sabi Sabi Private Game ReserveSabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa
Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, within the southern sector of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve has four Lodges, setting world-class standards in luxury accommodation, service, cuisine, special facilities and especially the exceptional wildlife experiences.
Sabi Sabi Game Reserve is open to the vast greater Kruger National Park which has an area of over 2 million ha. with consequently a wide diversity of species. The Lodges of the Sabi Sand area are renowned for their close, clear sightings of the high profile animals, leopard in particular.
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Luxury South African Safari
Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sands
Bush Lodge is set in the heart of the Sabi Sabi bushveld overlooking a water-hole and an African plain. At each of our lodges, you will luxuriate in uncompromising high standards.
For decades Sabi Sabi has enthralled the world, imparting its love of wildlife conservation to guests and establishing a luxury experience in the heart of the African bush in the Sabi Sands.
Earth Lodge offers the epitome of a luxury 5 star Lodge experience, super comfort, service and amenities with wonderful cuisine.
Bush Lodge, the largest of the Lodges in the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve is known for its warm, convivial atmosphere and immaculate service. Bush Lodge has hosted guests from almost every nation on earth - all indulged to the same legendary service that has made Bush Lodge a world leader.
Sabi Sabi has Selati Camp, themed on a bygone era, with steam railway memorabilia, vintage decor and an old world charm. The evenings at Selati are illuminated by parafin lending atmosphere. Selati's beautifully appointed suites offer intimacy with a dash of colonial opulence. Selati conjures up images of a time when life was a little slower, a little gentler and a lot more romantic.
Little Bush Camp is an intimate 6 unit luxurious camp in the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve. Set on the banks of an ephemeral river, the chalets built amongst the riparian forest located to the west of the reserve.