Sabi Sabi Game Reserve - walk on the wild side

by Rebecca Lori

Have you ever wanted to experience something so breathtaking that it will be stored in your mind forever? Perhaps consider a safari trip…

Visualise a herd of elephants set against a burnt-orange sunset, lions in the wild as they consider their prey, a mass of buffalo making their way across the stunning African plains - these are just some of the unforgettable sights that you may get to experience whilst on safari.

The Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve in the south-western section of Kruger National Park is a world-renowned destination which has been a prime tourist attraction for over 30 years.

The Sabi Sabi Game Reserve

Visitors to Sabi Sabi, an acclaimed eco-tourism destination, are guaranteed to have a truly majestic experience. Sabi Sabi is home to the ‘big five’ – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant - as well as cheetah, wild dog and around 200 other animal species indigenous to the area. The reserve is also home to over 350 species of birds - at any one time, and it is said that visitors can view as many birds in one day as they would normally view in a lifetime. Take a jeep safari across the plains and let the professional rangers and trackers lead you to the animals. Listen to the laughter of hyenas, observe the natural hunting habits of the big cats and get up close to the elephants.

The reserve’s commitment to conservation and its attention to the finest of details promises you a completely unforgettable experience. As the sun rises over the Bushveld, awakening Africa’s big game, enjoy a genuine wildlife experience in a landscape of contrasts.

The Sabi Sabi Lodges

The Sabi Sabi Lodges integrate magnificently with the African landscape, adding to the safari experience as a whole. As a prime celebrity hotspot, this property offers its guests comfort and luxury, whilst retaining its true African character. Guests can expect the services of a private butler, luxurious open-air showers, air-conditioning and world-class cuisine. There is also a spa available, where guests can relax and unwind after a long day in the wild.

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