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South Africa

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

PLAN MY TRIP

Overlooking and active waterhole and open plains, Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge has thirty-five years of experience earning it the apt description of a luxury home in the bush.

Accommodations consist of twenty-five spacious, private suites. The twenty-two standard suites come with air-conditioning and thatched roofs. The en-suite bathrooms feature both indoor and outdoor showers. Two luxury villas have two en suite bedrooms, a lounge, and a private patio overlooking the waterhole and including its own pool.The Mandleve Suite is a favorite of honeymooners for its exquisite ethnic decor, open-plan lounge, and secluded pool as well as a private safari vehicle and ranger and tracker team.

The lodge lies in the 160,000-acre Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, a wilderness oasis in South Africa’s impressive Kruger National Park. The “big five” roam freely, offering safari-goers the experience of viewing these mighty creatures in their natural environment. In addition to rhino, elephant, lion, leopard, and buffalo, the area is home to cheetah, wild dog, hyena, over 350 bird species, and over 200 other animal species. With a diverse habitat and expansive space to roam, the indigenous wildlife wanders about without fear of human intrusion.

Professional guides and trackers contribute their knowledge and experience to the day and night game drives conducted in open Land Rovers. They follow the animals on and off-road and deep into the heart of the wild African Bushveld. Walking safaris are led by an armed guide and provide a more intimate look at the local flora and fauna. Pre-booked photographic safaris have the benefit of a professional photographer to help guide and even lend cameras and lens for that perfect shot. Bird watchers will enjoy a chance to glimpse such species as Pel’s fishing owl, lappet-faced vulture, kori bustard, martial eagle, bat hawk, saddle-billed stork, and narina trogon.

The main lodge houses an exquisitely furnished lounge, atrium, and intimate bar area. During the heat of the day, two swimming pools and large covered viewing decks overhanging the Msuthlu riverbed provide the perfect spot to cool off. Each evening, a kudu horn summons guests to a lamp-lit gourmet dinner in the boma featuring the most up-to-date trends in contemporary cuisine. Other amenities unique to Bush Lodge are the Elefun Centre, an interactive play and learning center for children with its junior tracker and junior ranger programs. The full-service Amani spa has a wide range of pampering treatments to relax, rejuvenate, and invigorate tminds and bodies.

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South Africa

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

PLAN MY TRIP

Overlooking and active waterhole and open plains, Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge has thirty-five years of experience earning it the apt description of a luxury home in the bush.

Accommodations consist of twenty-five spacious, private suites. The twenty-two standard suites come with air-conditioning and thatched roofs. The en-suite bathrooms feature both indoor and outdoor showers. Two luxury villas have two en suite bedrooms, a lounge, and a private patio overlooking the waterhole and including its own pool.The Mandleve Suite is a favorite of honeymooners for its exquisite ethnic decor, open-plan lounge, and secluded pool as well as a private safari vehicle and ranger and tracker team.

The lodge lies in the 160,000-acre Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, a wilderness oasis in South Africa’s impressive Kruger National Park. The “big five” roam freely, offering safari-goers the experience of viewing these mighty creatures in their natural environment. In addition to rhino, elephant, lion, leopard, and buffalo, the area is home to cheetah, wild dog, hyena, over 350 bird species, and over 200 other animal species. With a diverse habitat and expansive space to roam, the indigenous wildlife wanders about without fear of human intrusion.

Professional guides and trackers contribute their knowledge and experience to the day and night game drives conducted in open Land Rovers. They follow the animals on and off-road and deep into the heart of the wild African Bushveld. Walking safaris are led by an armed guide and provide a more intimate look at the local flora and fauna. Pre-booked photographic safaris have the benefit of a professional photographer to help guide and even lend cameras and lens for that perfect shot. Bird watchers will enjoy a chance to glimpse such species as Pel’s fishing owl, lappet-faced vulture, kori bustard, martial eagle, bat hawk, saddle-billed stork, and narina trogon.

The main lodge houses an exquisitely furnished lounge, atrium, and intimate bar area. During the heat of the day, two swimming pools and large covered viewing decks overhanging the Msuthlu riverbed provide the perfect spot to cool off. Each evening, a kudu horn summons guests to a lamp-lit gourmet dinner in the boma featuring the most up-to-date trends in contemporary cuisine. Other amenities unique to Bush Lodge are the Elefun Centre, an interactive play and learning center for children with its junior tracker and junior ranger programs. The full-service Amani spa has a wide range of pampering treatments to relax, rejuvenate, and invigorate tminds and bodies.

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