Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge
Luxury Lodge in the 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.
Sabi Sabi’s four luxury safari lodges are located in the Sabie Game Reserve which is geographically integrated with the Greater Kruger National Park. Situated deep in the bushveld overlooking a waterhole and an open plain, Bush Lodge although steeped in tradition is vibrant and warm and known as the Sabi Sabi of “Today”. With a history spanning over 35 years, the lodge has earned a reputation of a “luxury home in the bush”, service excellence and effortless personal attention. The conventional safari style showcases a vibrant and eclectic mix of furnishings and décor garnered from all corners of the African continent.
Bush Lodge has been sensitively designed to allow ample space to relax, unwind and savour the tranquility of the bush. The two swimming pools and large covered viewing decks overhanging the Msuthlu riverbed are an invitation to cool off in the filtered water or sit in comfort while spotting game at the well-utilised pan. An exquisitely furnished lounge, atrium and intimate bar area are perfect meeting places for friends old and new. As an extra indulgence, the Amani Spa at Bush Lodge offers the ultimate African Spa experience.
The lodge is family friendly and children of all ages can enjoy the EleFun Centre, a fully-fledged children’s facility. Interesting environmentally themed activities, including hands-on ‘edutainment’ for several distinct age groups, are designed and supervised by qualified childcare professionals.
Situated in the southern portion of the Sabi Sand Reserve, Lion sands has exclusive access to the Sabie River providing superb game viewing in this world famous game reserve.
- Open vehicle safaris by day and at night
Environmental awareness walking safaris
Breakfast, lunch and “boma” dinner
Transfers to and from the Sabi Sabi Airstrip.
Government taxes (VAT).
With no fences between the reserve and the Kruger Park, big game abounds, moving freely through this unspoiled part of the ancient African continent. The Reserve is blessed with a great biodiversity of habitat and wildlife giving an excellent chance of close encounters with the ‘Big Five’ – elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard – as well as wild dog and cheetah. With over 300 bird species, the reserve is a birdwatcher’s delight.