Exclusive Use of Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve’s Little Bush and Selati Camps

Exclusive Use of Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve’s Little Bush and Selati Camps

In a world where life has been on hold and loved ones have been separated, Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, South Africa will offer a space for families to reunite, to live in the moment in nature and be reminded of the value of the wilderness.

An exclusive ‘home from home’ experience waits at Sabi Sabi’s most intimate camps, set in the heart of Bush. Each camp – a member of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of The World - offers private suites and wide-open spaces directly linked to the outdoors for a connection with the environment, where guests may fall into the rhythm of nature. Being unfenced, spectacular wildlife sightings are available without even leaving the lodge. On an exclusive basis, guests may have the flexibility to shape their stay to suit their needs.

Little Bush Camp with just six suites hugs the Msuthlu riverbed. Each stylish suite decorated in contemporary Africa design offers a private viewing deck and heated spa bath overlooking the riverbed. A lounge and dining deck with open fire is the perfect spot year-round to relax with family and friends.

Selati Camp offers up to seven spacious suites and elegant lounge spaces overlooking a watering hole which draws wildlife throughout the day. Taking its name from the railway line that passed through the Sabie Game Reserve at the turn of the 20th century, these luxury suites combine modern creature comforts with historic railway artifacts.

Across both lodges, world-class cuisine is expertly matched with a well-stocked wine collection brimming with South African specialties handpicked by the Sabi Sabi team from smaller producers and lesser known wineries.

Head out on private game drives daily, just four guests per vehicle, to witness the true inhabitants of the landscape in their protected natural habitat. Highly trained rangers and local Shangaan trackers will read the Bushveld and interpret its secrets. Setting out on the morning and evening safari is a genuine adventure, with no guarantee as to what animals above and beyond the Big 5 may be sighted.

Sabi Sabi puts guests squarely in the center of the picture in terms of service and luxury, yet simultaneously allows them to see themselves as relatively insignificant in the larger scale of a magnificent and fragile world. Guests will have every need taken care of and every precaution and safety protocol will be followed to ensure peace of mind, while the safari experience will remain as timeless as ever. For guests flying privately, Sabi Sabi is accessible via its own airstrip. Children are welcome across both Lodges while taken on an exclusive basis.

Stay from 17,000 ZAR per person per night (approx. £811) based on two sharing. This includes 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, VAT and transfers to and from the Sabi Sabi Airstrip.

For further information, please visit www.sabisabi.com