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Sabi Sabi Lodges

Since 1978 the Sabi Sabi area has been welcoming guests from all over the world who have been enthralled by the Kruger's fabled wildlife in it's natural habitat. The 65,000 hectare Sabi Sand Game Reserve is located in the southern section of the Greater Kruger National Park.

As a private reserve, you can partake in walking safaris as well as traditional day and night game drives. With expert rangers, you will be able to spot some of the estimated 300 bird and 200 animal species. Combined with luxury camps and lodges, you will be able to enjoy one of the finest safari experiences available in Southern Africa.

Our dedicated consultants will be able to advise you which of the Sabi Sabi Lodges is best suited to you as part of a bespoke itinerary.


Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge
From ZAR 11500.00 pp
Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge is a favourite amongst travellers seeking luxury accommodation. Located within the heart of the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve overlooking a water-hole and open savannah, Bush Lodge is a luxurious indulgence with 25 spacious thatched cottages.
Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp

Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp
From ZAR 11500.00 pp
Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp, hidden on the banks of the Msuthu River, is the newest addition to the Sabi Sabi Reserve 's family of 5-star lodges. Six luxury suites, each with a private viewing deck overlooking a riverbed, are designed in contemporary African style.
Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp

Sabi Sabi Selati Camp

Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
From ZAR 11500.00 pp
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp, originally created without electricity to preserve the ambience and ecological footprint, now has overhead fans and air-conditioning. The camp is still lit at night by the gentle flicker of oil lamps, the warm glow of fires and the spectacular canopy of the Southern sky.
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
From ZAR 18000.00 pp
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is built organically into the earth; almost invisible in the landscape, the design of the lodge was inspired by the textures, colours and shapes of the natural world. Earth Lodge reveals itself in a series of sensory explorations within the African bush.
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

Sabi Sabi Game Reserve

Sabi Sabi Game Reserve
Sabi Sabi was formed in 1979
Big game abounds and roams freely
Game drives and walking safaris
Children welcome at Bush Camp
Home to over 350 species of birds
4 lodges to choose from
Spoil yourself at unspoilt Sabi Sabi

Sabi Sabi South Africa

Sabi Sabi South Africa
Sabi Sands Game Reserve guarantees a wildlife experience that can and will compare with the best in South Africa due to its unique location within the southern region of the Sabi Sand Reserve. Spoil yourself with a safari to one of Africa's best regions.

  • Kruger Park Map

  • Kruger Park Map
  • Our Map with all the lodges and safari camps that we have on offer within South Africa's most famed of National Parks. Each and every establishment has been pin-pointed on a scroll-able and zoom-able Google map for your viewing pleasure.
  • Getting to the Kruger

  • Getting to the Kruger
  • There are so many options on how to get the National Park from Johannesburg or Cape Town, fly, drive or be driven. Here is our guide on the various options that are available across all price points.
  • Nearby Kruger Activities

  • Nearby Kruger Activities
  • Whilst offering up some of the best wildlife safaris on the African continent, there may be a morning or a day where one needs to take a break and do something completely different, here is a list of recommended options.
  • Kruger Mammal List

  • Kruger Mammal List
  • Interested in spotting the famed "Big 5" well that might just be easier than you might expect with estimated numbers as follows; Rhinoceros +-7000 (both white and black), Buffalo +- 27000, Leopard +- 2000, Lion +- 2800 and Elephants +- 12000.
  • Kruger Bird List

  • Kruger Bird List
  • The National Park herself and surrounding private games reserves offer without question some of the finest birding in Southern Africa, with over 500 species (some that are found nowhere else).