Luxury Lodge in the iconic Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Sabi Sand Reserve, Mpumalanga, South Africa
The Sabi Sand is part of the Greater Kruger National Park complex of reserves that have unfenced boundaries with each other.
Reputed to be one of Africa’s finest safari destinations, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve is home to Dulini Moya. The 65 000ha Sabi Sand Reserve shares a common 50km unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park to the east.
Beneath the shade of ancient Ebony and Leadwood trees, the tranquil haven of Dulini Moya is enigmatically embraced by its rich riverine setting. There is a restorative quality to the peaceful atmosphere of the camp, on the banks of the Mabrak River. The symphony of bird song and the passage of wildlife add to the allure of Dulini Moya.
The main lodge, resplendent with deep couches and contemporary African accents spills onto the cool veranda, offers views to the wilderness beyond. A welcoming ambience of laid back luxury creates a place of conversation and laughter, while the extensive library of books accommodates those more inclined to quieter contemplation.
Six exquisite thatched suites grace the banks of the riverbed. The spacious accommodation with private plunge pools and interiors that epitomise romance, with canopies of mosquito nets and beautiful bathrooms. Each suite offers a private view of the riverbed, seamlessly integrating the grandeur of nature and elegance of décor.
With no boundary fences between the Sabi Sand and the Kruger National Park, a great diversity of wildlife is found here, including the Big Five: Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo and Rhino. Regular, close up sightings of big game is the hallmark of safaris at Dulini.
Special SADC Rate
per person sharing per night, incl. selected local alcoholic brands, soft drinks, teas, coffees, and mini bar.
Valid for travel until 28 Feb 2022. Minimum 3 night stay.
per person sharing per night
- Luxury Accommodation
Selected local alcoholic brands, soft drinks, and mini bar.
Two game drives daily with qualified guides and trackers
With no boundary fences between the Sabi Sand and the Kruger National Park, a great diversity of wildlife is found here, including the Big Five: Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo and Rhino. The morning and afternoon/evening drives offer ample opportunity for exciting, up-close game viewing.