Overview

Sabi Sands Game Reserve, the "birthplace" of sustainable wilderness tourism and development in Sub-Saharan Africa, loved by by guests and staff alike as a place of wilderness, wildlife and adventure. Home to the extensive Mpumalanga cross-section of wildlife, including the Big Five and various endangered species, the park also shares 50 kilometers of its unfenced boundary line with neighbouring Kruger National Park. Animals pass casually between the two parks, unhindered and abundant.

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge plays the role of the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve's flagship establishment, and as such bears a strong history of hosting some of the reserve's most famous guests. Bolstered by a pair of expansive decks, overlooking the brush spattered surrounds leading all the way up to the area's popular watering holes, Bush Lodge is an ideal bush retreat. The evening brings with it star dusted skies overarching a fire lit boma, as the sound of laughter and tales of adventure is met by yelps and rustling from the bush.

Children's Program
Families with children have always been welcomed at Sabi Sabi’s Bush Lodge. Now the family experience reaches a new level with the opening of the EleFun Centre, a fully fledged children’s facility within the lodge environs which fosters children’s awareness and appreciation of nature.

Accommodation

Accommodation at the Bush Lodge is made up of twenty-five thatched suites, featuring air conditioning, private decks, en-suite bathrooms, outdoor and glass-fronted indoor showers.

Mandleve Suite is the lodge's ultra-luxury, romantic honeymoon suite, and incorporates an open plan living area, generous bathroom and outdoor shower, private plunge pool, air conditioning, and private viewing decks with majestic sweeps of the area laid out before them.
  

In addition, the Bush Lodge features two new Luxury Villas, which offer travellers exquisite accommodation consisting of two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a lounge and library, a dressing room as well as a patio and pool.  These villas are extraordinarily expansive, architecturally attractive and stunningly decorated in the eclectic Bush Lodge style.

A huge master bedroom with king sized draped four-poster bed leads onto an en-suite bathroom complete with indoor and outdoor shower and his & her baths. A second bedroom which leads into a private bathroom featuring a big bath and open ‘rain’ shower. Both bedrooms and the lounge open out onto an enormous reed-covered patio, which includes a private plunge pool. With upholstered lounging chairs and couches, the patios are an excellent addition to the amenities of the suites. Guest's staying in a Luxury Villa make use of a private safari vehicle which is included in the rate. 

Wildlife

Wildlife indigenous to the Sabi Sabi area includes Cape buffalo, elephant, Reedbuck, spotted hyena, cheetah, giraffe, Burchell's zebra, Black-backed jackal, duiker, hippopotamus, impala, kudu, leopard, lion, warthog, white rhinoceros, white-tailed mongoose, and Wild dog, as well as a bird watcher's wildest dream in the surrounding park's extensive bird population.

Extra Info

Children
3 Years and younger: Stay free of charge in a cot. -
4 - 7 Years: Sharing with 1 or 2 adults pay R3500-00 per child per night. -
8- 12 Years: Sharing with 1 or 2 adults pay R5200-00 per child per night.
13 Years and over: Sharing with 1 or 2 adults will pay adult rate. 
Children occupying their own room will pay the full adult rate for a maximum of 1 child (if 4 children sharing the remaining 3 will pay the applicable children’s rates).
Child Minders can be arranged from a minimum rate of R150-00 per child per hour which is to be paid directly to the babysitter.

Excludes:
Guest Conservation Contribution (GCC) of R100 per person per night, collected on behalf of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin (SSW).

Directions

BY AIR:

• Daily scheduled flights from O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) International Airport (previously known as Johannesburg International) directly to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip

• Daily scheduled flights from O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) (Nelspruit) with a short hop to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip

• Daily scheduled flights from Durban and Cape Town to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (Nelspruit) with a short hop to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip

• Sabi Sabi is a two-hour scenic drive from Nelspruit. Transfers can be arranged

• Private air charters on request

• Helicopter transfers on request

• Complimentary transfers between the Sabi Sabi Airstrip and the Sabi Sabi safari lodges

 

BY ROAD:

• 500 km from Johannesburg, an easy five-hour drive on National Roads

• Continue onto N12

• Merge onto N4 (Toll road)

• Exit onto R36

 

• Continue onto R539

• Turn left onto N4 (Partial toll road)

• Slight right onto N4 Nelspruit Northern Bypass

• Slight left - 270 m

• Turn right toward R37 (Go through 1 roundabout)

• At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto R37

• Turn left onto Madiba Dr

• Continue onto Eastern Blvd

• Continue onto Provincial P9/2 Rd/R40 (Continue to follow R40)

• Turn left onto Theo Kleynhans St/R40/R538 (Continue to follow R40/R538)

• At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto R538

• Continue straight onto R40

• Turn right onto R536 (Go through 1 roundabout)

• Turn left - 1,2 km

• Turn right - 500 m

• Slight right - 650 m

• Turn left - 850 m

• Turn right - 120 m

• Turn left - 1,4 km

• Turn right - 40 m

• Slight left - 1,7 km

• Turn left  - 1,5 km

• Slight left

Destination will be on the left

• Road transfers from the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport to Sabi Sabi can be arranged on request

• Sabi Sabi is a two-hour scenic drive from Nelspruit. Transfers from the airport can be arranged

• The Sabi Sand Reserve levies a cash vehicle entrance fee of R160 per vehicle and R40 per persn. The entrance fee can only be confirmed at the time of making your reservation. (Subject to change)

GPS: -24.888889 (latitude) 31.500278 (longitude) 

Rates

Inclusions:
•  Open safari vehicle safaris by day and at night to see Africa’s big game accompanied by qualified rangers and trackers,
•  Environmental awareness walking safaris,
•  Breakfast, lunch, “boma” dinner,
•  House selection of beverages,
•  WiFi
•  Transfers from our Sabi Sabi Airstrip. 

Reviews


What an amazing experience! Luxurious accommodation, outstanding service, friendly staff, very knowledgeable rangers and trackers ... the ultimate bush experience!

Gillian McKeith

I decided to surprise my husband for his 50th Birthday at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge. We were treated like royalty. The Staff were so super organised, professioal and efficient and by the time we left the next day, we felt as though we had made new friends. The Rangers knowledge was exceptional and he made a fuss of all creatures great and small. The food was outstanding and the ambience perfect. A great THANK YOU to Carien who did our booking. She was a complete star. To everyone concerned, thanks for making my husband's special night a memorable one

Lyn Prinsloo

We had always wanted to visit the Kruger and in particular the private Sabi Sands reserve, for many years we had heard of Sabi Sabi group's renowned Earth Lodge and were given the option of the Bush Lodge which we booked for November 2014 and this lodge suited us perfectly.We flew into the Skukuza private airport from Johannesburg, a very small and superbly maintained little airport and were met by our game ranger Pravir. We arrived at the Bush Lodge shortly therafter and were welcomed by the manager and other staff.The Bush Lodge is nicely spread out and the rooms are extremely spacious with huge bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers. I enjoyed the Nespresso coffee in my room. The breakfast buffet had a fair variety and high tea at 4pm was an absolute delight. Dinners with our game ranger and fellow guests, under the stars with a central fireplace, gave us a real sense of bush comaraderie.The 'Ele-Fun' kids club was a treat for our 6 year old daughter and the teachers and carers carried out fun little projects with our daughter which she thoroughly enjoyed.Having had many safari experiences, we were very lucky to have encountered a Leopard and her cub on our very first game drive, what a priviledge! Over the next few days we had encounters with all sorts of animals, birds and reptiles with our very knowledgeable game ranger Pravir. The night game drives were a lot of fun and for safety, game rangers walk guests to their rooms after dark.Right from the professional handling of our reservation from the head office to the lodge itself, our experience at the lodge was very memorable and comfortable. We would highly recommend this lodge for a wonderful family friendly experience.

Sonil

A holiday we will remember for the excellent accommodation/ service/ smiling people/ amazing daily safaris/ knowledgeable guide and tracker/ great (and abundant) food and everyone always willing to go the extra step to ensure the stay was fulfilling. We have agreed as a small group from three widely different global postcodes to return for a re-union in 2015. While out on night safari we saw three satellites as the sky was so clear. Big thanks to all the staff but especially Francois/ Zulu and Evidence for really making it special. They made the decision to return very easy. (BTW New Years Eve was quite a night........)

James

Went here for my first visit to Africa and my first safari. It was amazing. The morning and afternoon safari rides were great. The driver and tracker were so accommodating and even made sure we tromped around the bush to catch a glimpse of a giraffe! The rooms were amazing and we even had an outdoor shower. So cool! Would love to go back and take my mother here!

Mishka

We spent 3 nights at Bush Lodge and had the most incredible experience for our first African Safari. The lodge is beautiful, rooms were very comfortable and every little detail was taken care of, the hot water bottles to warm the beds at night were much appreciated. The staff did everything they could to make sure every need was met, the food was delicious and plentiful, everyone made us feel so welcome. The game drives and bush walks were exciting with our own very knowledgeable ranger who had so much patience for the seemingly never ending questions of our 2 children, they and we all learnt a lot about the animals, birds and plants that we saw. One of many highlights for me was a leopard with her 4 month old cub, a very special treat to be able to watch them on their morning stroll from a few meters away. I can't wait to go back!

Suzanne Morgan

One of the coolest hotels I've been to when visiting Africa. I highly recommend it for families and couples. Very cool safaris and organized activities. Rooms were beautiful and characteristic and food and spa services were at high level .

Giulia

We stayed at Bush Lodge in August for five days with our teenage daughters. I was nervous having booked for five nights in just one place, but it was brilliant. We were paired with a lovely German couple who were also there for five nights. They were as passionate as us about the wildlife, like us, not missing one of the 11 safari outings! After seeing the Big 5 in under 24 hours, we were all happy to spend hours watching a leopard and her cub, following a pack of wild dogs with their cubs, seeing a leopard steal the wild dog's kill or watching a three day elephant get to grips with its trunk! We were so engrossed that we voluntarily missed some sundowner drinks! Our tracker, Heavy was amazing and had a lovely rapport with our ranger/guide Steve. They were a great combination. Heavy was fantastic at finding the animals and Steve, who was so enthusiastic, had a brilliant eye for a great camera shot. Our rooms were lovely and all the staff were friendly. Don't think that it's health and safety gone mad when they insist on walking you to your room.-we saw a huge hyena in the grounds and a leopard was also spotted while we were there! We went in the British school summer holidays-August. It was cold in the morning and evening-take coats, fleeces, hats and gloves putting on and taking off as necessary! The afternoons were warm enough to sunbathe, although the pool was too cold to swim in. It was a great time to go as there is little greenery, so you get a really good view of the animals. I was worried about the dust as I wear contact lenses, but it wasn't a problem. We went on the village tour, my teenage daughters loved cuddling the children in the school and having their 'fortune' told! Although expensive, as it was all-inclusive, down to insect repellant, the rooms were lovely and there were two fantastic safaris a day, we thought it was really good value. We have memories and photos which will last a lifetime.

Vinny

Sabi Sands Game Reserve, the "birthplace" of sustainable wilderness tourism and development in Sub-Saharan Africa, loved by by guests and staff alike as a place of wilderness, wildlife and adventure. Home to the extensive Mpumalanga cross-section of wildlife, including the Big Five and various endangered species, the park also shares 50 kilometers of its unfenced boundary line with neighbouring Kruger National Park. Animals pass casually between the two parks, unhindered and abundant.

Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge plays the role of the Sabi Sabi Game Reserve's flagship establishment, and as such bears a strong history of hosting some of the reserve's most famous guests. Bolstered by a pair of expansive decks, overlooking the brush spattered surrounds leading all the way up to the area's popular watering holes, Bush Lodge is an ideal bush retreat. The evening brings with it star dusted skies overarching a fire lit boma, as the sound of laughter and tales of adventure is met by yelps and rustling from the bush.

Children's Program
Families with children have always been welcomed at Sabi Sabi’s Bush Lodge. Now the family experience reaches a new level with the opening of the EleFun Centre, a fully fledged children’s facility within the lodge environs which fosters children’s awareness and appreciation of nature.

Accommodation at the Bush Lodge is made up of twenty-five thatched suites, featuring air conditioning, private decks, en-suite bathrooms, outdoor and glass-fronted indoor showers.

Mandleve Suite is the lodge's ultra-luxury, romantic honeymoon suite, and incorporates an open plan living area, generous bathroom and outdoor shower, private plunge pool, air conditioning, and private viewing decks with majestic sweeps of the area laid out before them.
  

In addition, the Bush Lodge features two new Luxury Villas, which offer travellers exquisite accommodation consisting of two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a lounge and library, a dressing room as well as a patio and pool.  These villas are extraordinarily expansive, architecturally attractive and stunningly decorated in the eclectic Bush Lodge style.

A huge master bedroom with king sized draped four-poster bed leads onto an en-suite bathroom complete with indoor and outdoor shower and his & her baths. A second bedroom which leads into a private bathroom featuring a big bath and open ‘rain’ shower. Both bedrooms and the lounge open out onto an enormous reed-covered patio, which includes a private plunge pool. With upholstered lounging chairs and couches, the patios are an excellent addition to the amenities of the suites. Guest's staying in a Luxury Villa make use of a private safari vehicle which is included in the rate. 

Wildlife indigenous to the Sabi Sabi area includes Cape buffalo, elephant, Reedbuck, spotted hyena, cheetah, giraffe, Burchell's zebra, Black-backed jackal, duiker, hippopotamus, impala, kudu, leopard, lion, warthog, white rhinoceros, white-tailed mongoose, and Wild dog, as well as a bird watcher's wildest dream in the surrounding park's extensive bird population.

Children
3 Years and younger: Stay free of charge in a cot. -
4 - 7 Years: Sharing with 1 or 2 adults pay R3500-00 per child per night. -
8- 12 Years: Sharing with 1 or 2 adults pay R5200-00 per child per night.
13 Years and over: Sharing with 1 or 2 adults will pay adult rate. 
Children occupying their own room will pay the full adult rate for a maximum of 1 child (if 4 children sharing the remaining 3 will pay the applicable children’s rates).
Child Minders can be arranged from a minimum rate of R150-00 per child per hour which is to be paid directly to the babysitter.

Excludes:
Guest Conservation Contribution (GCC) of R100 per person per night, collected on behalf of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin (SSW).

BY AIR:

• Daily scheduled flights from O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) International Airport (previously known as Johannesburg International) directly to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip

• Daily scheduled flights from O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) (Nelspruit) with a short hop to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip

• Daily scheduled flights from Durban and Cape Town to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (Nelspruit) with a short hop to the Sabi Sabi Airstrip

• Sabi Sabi is a two-hour scenic drive from Nelspruit. Transfers can be arranged

• Private air charters on request

• Helicopter transfers on request

• Complimentary transfers between the Sabi Sabi Airstrip and the Sabi Sabi safari lodges

 

BY ROAD:

• 500 km from Johannesburg, an easy five-hour drive on National Roads

• Continue onto N12

• Merge onto N4 (Toll road)

• Exit onto R36

 

• Continue onto R539

• Turn left onto N4 (Partial toll road)

• Slight right onto N4 Nelspruit Northern Bypass

• Slight left - 270 m

• Turn right toward R37 (Go through 1 roundabout)

• At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto R37

• Turn left onto Madiba Dr

• Continue onto Eastern Blvd

• Continue onto Provincial P9/2 Rd/R40 (Continue to follow R40)

• Turn left onto Theo Kleynhans St/R40/R538 (Continue to follow R40/R538)

• At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto R538

• Continue straight onto R40

• Turn right onto R536 (Go through 1 roundabout)

• Turn left - 1,2 km

• Turn right - 500 m

• Slight right - 650 m

• Turn left - 850 m

• Turn right - 120 m

• Turn left - 1,4 km

• Turn right - 40 m

• Slight left - 1,7 km

• Turn left  - 1,5 km

• Slight left

Destination will be on the left

• Road transfers from the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport to Sabi Sabi can be arranged on request

• Sabi Sabi is a two-hour scenic drive from Nelspruit. Transfers from the airport can be arranged

• The Sabi Sand Reserve levies a cash vehicle entrance fee of R160 per vehicle and R40 per persn. The entrance fee can only be confirmed at the time of making your reservation. (Subject to change)

GPS: -24.888889 (latitude) 31.500278 (longitude) 

Inclusions:
•  Open safari vehicle safaris by day and at night to see Africa’s big game accompanied by qualified rangers and trackers,
•  Environmental awareness walking safaris,
•  Breakfast, lunch, “boma” dinner,
•  House selection of beverages,
•  WiFi
•  Transfers from our Sabi Sabi Airstrip. 

What an amazing experience! Luxurious accommodation, outstanding service, friendly staff, very knowledgeable rangers and trackers ... the ultimate bush experience!

Gillian McKeith

I decided to surprise my husband for his 50th Birthday at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge. We were treated like royalty. The Staff were so super organised, professioal and efficient and by the time we left the next day, we felt as though we had made new friends. The Rangers knowledge was exceptional and he made a fuss of all creatures great and small. The food was outstanding and the ambience perfect. A great THANK YOU to Carien who did our booking. She was a complete star. To everyone concerned, thanks for making my husband's special night a memorable one

Lyn Prinsloo

We had always wanted to visit the Kruger and in particular the private Sabi Sands reserve, for many years we had heard of Sabi Sabi group's renowned Earth Lodge and were given the option of the Bush Lodge which we booked for November 2014 and this lodge suited us perfectly.We flew into the Skukuza private airport from Johannesburg, a very small and superbly maintained little airport and were met by our game ranger Pravir. We arrived at the Bush Lodge shortly therafter and were welcomed by the manager and other staff.The Bush Lodge is nicely spread out and the rooms are extremely spacious with huge bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers. I enjoyed the Nespresso coffee in my room. The breakfast buffet had a fair variety and high tea at 4pm was an absolute delight. Dinners with our game ranger and fellow guests, under the stars with a central fireplace, gave us a real sense of bush comaraderie.The 'Ele-Fun' kids club was a treat for our 6 year old daughter and the teachers and carers carried out fun little projects with our daughter which she thoroughly enjoyed.Having had many safari experiences, we were very lucky to have encountered a Leopard and her cub on our very first game drive, what a priviledge! Over the next few days we had encounters with all sorts of animals, birds and reptiles with our very knowledgeable game ranger Pravir. The night game drives were a lot of fun and for safety, game rangers walk guests to their rooms after dark.Right from the professional handling of our reservation from the head office to the lodge itself, our experience at the lodge was very memorable and comfortable. We would highly recommend this lodge for a wonderful family friendly experience.

Sonil

A holiday we will remember for the excellent accommodation/ service/ smiling people/ amazing daily safaris/ knowledgeable guide and tracker/ great (and abundant) food and everyone always willing to go the extra step to ensure the stay was fulfilling. We have agreed as a small group from three widely different global postcodes to return for a re-union in 2015. While out on night safari we saw three satellites as the sky was so clear. Big thanks to all the staff but especially Francois/ Zulu and Evidence for really making it special. They made the decision to return very easy. (BTW New Years Eve was quite a night........)

James

Went here for my first visit to Africa and my first safari. It was amazing. The morning and afternoon safari rides were great. The driver and tracker were so accommodating and even made sure we tromped around the bush to catch a glimpse of a giraffe! The rooms were amazing and we even had an outdoor shower. So cool! Would love to go back and take my mother here!

Mishka

We spent 3 nights at Bush Lodge and had the most incredible experience for our first African Safari. The lodge is beautiful, rooms were very comfortable and every little detail was taken care of, the hot water bottles to warm the beds at night were much appreciated. The staff did everything they could to make sure every need was met, the food was delicious and plentiful, everyone made us feel so welcome. The game drives and bush walks were exciting with our own very knowledgeable ranger who had so much patience for the seemingly never ending questions of our 2 children, they and we all learnt a lot about the animals, birds and plants that we saw. One of many highlights for me was a leopard with her 4 month old cub, a very special treat to be able to watch them on their morning stroll from a few meters away. I can't wait to go back!

Suzanne Morgan

One of the coolest hotels I've been to when visiting Africa. I highly recommend it for families and couples. Very cool safaris and organized activities. Rooms were beautiful and characteristic and food and spa services were at high level .

Giulia

We stayed at Bush Lodge in August for five days with our teenage daughters. I was nervous having booked for five nights in just one place, but it was brilliant. We were paired with a lovely German couple who were also there for five nights. They were as passionate as us about the wildlife, like us, not missing one of the 11 safari outings! After seeing the Big 5 in under 24 hours, we were all happy to spend hours watching a leopard and her cub, following a pack of wild dogs with their cubs, seeing a leopard steal the wild dog's kill or watching a three day elephant get to grips with its trunk! We were so engrossed that we voluntarily missed some sundowner drinks! Our tracker, Heavy was amazing and had a lovely rapport with our ranger/guide Steve. They were a great combination. Heavy was fantastic at finding the animals and Steve, who was so enthusiastic, had a brilliant eye for a great camera shot. Our rooms were lovely and all the staff were friendly. Don't think that it's health and safety gone mad when they insist on walking you to your room.-we saw a huge hyena in the grounds and a leopard was also spotted while we were there! We went in the British school summer holidays-August. It was cold in the morning and evening-take coats, fleeces, hats and gloves putting on and taking off as necessary! The afternoons were warm enough to sunbathe, although the pool was too cold to swim in. It was a great time to go as there is little greenery, so you get a really good view of the animals. I was worried about the dust as I wear contact lenses, but it wasn't a problem. We went on the village tour, my teenage daughters loved cuddling the children in the school and having their 'fortune' told! Although expensive, as it was all-inclusive, down to insect repellant, the rooms were lovely and there were two fantastic safaris a day, we thought it was really good value. We have memories and photos which will last a lifetime.

Vinny

Accommodation options

Suite

Dates PPS Single Unit Sleep
01 Jan 2017 — 30 Apr 2017 R 10,900 - 2 people
01 May 2017 — 30 Jun 2017 R 9,300 - 2 people
01 Jul 2017 — 31 Dec 2017 R 10,900 - 2 people
From R 9,300

Per Person Sharing

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Inclusions:
The above rates include open safari vehicle safaris by day and at night to see Africa’s big game accompanied by qualified rangers and trackers, environmental awareness walking safaris, breakfast, lunch, “boma” dinner, a house selection of beverages, WiFi and transfers from our Sabi Sabi Airstrip. Our tariff includes government taxes (VAT).

Excludes:
Guest Conservation Contribution, collected on behalf of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin (SSW).

Christmas Peak Period – (20th December 2017 – 10th January 2018)
A Christmas Peak Period surcharge of 15% will apply to all bookings arriving between 20th December 2017 – 10th January 2018
The surcharge will apply to the entire booking regardless of check out date.

Mandleve Suite

Dates PPS Single Unit Sleep
01 Jan 2017 — 31 Dec 2017 R 17,250 R 25,875 2 people
From R 17,250

Per Person Sharing

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Inclusions:
The above rates include open safari vehicle safaris by day and at night to see Africa’s big game accompanied by qualified rangers and trackers, environmental awareness walking safaris, breakfast, lunch, “boma” dinner, a house selection of beverages, WiFi and transfers from our Sabi Sabi Airstrip. Our tariff includes government taxes (VAT).

Excludes:
Guest Conservation Contribution (GCC), collected on behalf of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin (SSW).

Christmas Peak Period – (20th December 2017 – 10th January 2018)
A Christmas Peak Period surcharge of 15% will apply to all bookings arriving between 20th December 2017 – 10th January 2018
The surcharge will apply to the entire booking regardless of check out date.

Luxury Villa

Dates PPS Single Unit Sleep
01 Apr 2017 — 31 Dec 2017 R 17,250 R 25,875 4 people
From R 17,250

Per Person Sharing

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Inclusions:
The above rates include open safari vehicle safaris by day and at night to see Africa’s big game accompanied by qualified rangers and trackers, environmental awareness walking safaris, breakfast, lunch, “boma” dinner, a house selection of beverages, WiFi and transfers from our Sabi Sabi Airstrip. The tariff includes government taxes (VAT). Luxury villas include a private safari vehicle

Excludes:
Guest Conservation Contribution (GCC), collected on behalf of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin (SSW).

Christmas Peak Period – (20th December 2017 – 10th January 2018)
A Christmas Peak Period surcharge of 15% will apply to all bookings arriving between 20th December 2017 – 10th January 2018
The surcharge will apply to the entire booking regardless of check out date.

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