Sabi Sabi Luxury Safari Private Game Reserve
Imagine the Africa of the great safari era, when blazing sunsets melted into lantern lit romance and service was an effortless whisper.
Famed for its warmth, vibrancy and legendary hospitality, a luxurious safari escape set in the heart of the African wilderness, overlooking a waterhole and an open plain.
Enjoy exceptional game viewing from this intimate hideaway nestling under indigenous trees on the banks of the Msuthlu riverbed.
Sculpted into a slope of the earth, Sabi Sabi's African Renaissance. A masterpiece of elegance and avante garde design - the ultimate in inspiration and innovation.
sabi sabi luxury safaris
Deep in the African bushveld, within South Africa's famous Sabi Sand Reserve, 'something enchanting lies in wait' - the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. This award winning private game reserve offers world-class standards in luxury accommodation, exceptional close wildlife encounters, personal service and delicious cuisine.
The Sabi Sabi philosophy of 'yesterday, today and tomorrow' stems from over 100 years of safari experience; a history richly woven into the atmosphere of each of its four uniquely individual safari lodges - Selati Camp, Bush Lodge, Little Bush Camp and Earth Lodge. South Africa and its warm hospitality echo through the style and flavour of each and every one.
'Something special is happening deep in the heart of the wilderness...' The reserve is home to the 'Big Five' (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo), as well as cheetah, wild dog and hundreds of other species of animals, birds and plants indigenous to the area. Highly trained and experienced rangers and trackers ensure that your safari experience ranks amongst the best in the world. You can look forward to fantastic close-up experiences with Africa's wildlife on every game drive.
For further information on an unforgettable South African safari, contact Sabi Sabi today. You'll soon find out why we're continuously voted one of the best private game reserves in South Africa and the world.
patience & anticipating behaviour
Two important things that I have learnt about photographing animals is that you have to be patient and you must be able to anticipate animal behaviour.
biting off more than you can chew
We decided to make our way there as this specific leopard, Warthog Wallow, normally provides us with some amazing sightings.
highlights of march
This is a collection of images and videos that we feel are highlights of the year past. Some are amazing pictures and videos...
This note, however, is just to let you know that our time with you was made so special for us by our exceptional ranger.