A destination globally recognized for its diverse yet concentrated wildlife population, Ebony Lodge in the Sabi Sand Reserve is situated in a remote corner of the lowveld adjoining Kruger National Park.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of twelve thatch-covered tents. The walls of these tented suite have been removed and replaced with glass and canvas to maximize space and views. There are eight singles. The two Lewis suites are perfect for families or groups as the suites lie next to each other. Otherwise there are two family suites comprised of a master bedroom, twin bedroom, lounge, and dining area. All the suites include a private deck with a heated plunge pool. The family suites are housed in the Ebony Villa with access to a private guide and vehicle, chef, host and personal waiter.
Ebony is located on 44,000-acres of private land within the protected Sabi Sand Game Reserve. The Reserve shares thirty-one miles of unfenced land with the world-famous Kruger National Park. Together the two parks form a conservation area of almost five million acres, roughly the size of New Jersey. It is an area famous for the wide diversity of its wildlife including the Big Five: lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo. Set between the perennial Sand and Sabi Rivers, the Sabi Sands Reserve comprises 160,618-acres. The Reserve features no less than 145 mammal species, 500 bird species, 110 reptile species, 30 amphibian species, 330 tree species, and 45 fish species.