EleFun Centre A Hit With Families

News update: 6th October

When Sabi Sabi first opened the doors of the Elefun Centre a few months ago, nobody envisaged what an enormously popular destination this children’s facility would become for our young guests. Beautifully designed and built in the shade of the ancient indigenous trees which are a feature of the gardens surrounding Bush Lodge, the centre includes an indoor “teaching” and recreation room, and a secure, lawned outdoor playground where the little ones can safely play and burn off excess energy. The entire area is fun, safe, entertaining and educational.

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The centre caters for all children between the ages of 4 – 12, with separate age-appropriate activities organized for distinct age groups from toddlers to young teenagers. And all of this is at no extra cost.

In order to keep the children interested the daily programme is very varied, but the bushveld theme is constant, running through all the games and creative ‘edutainment’ provided. Interesting projects are undertaken during the formal sessions, and learning to identify animal and bird species by sight, sound and spoor is immensely popular. Ample tools and instruction are provided to keep all the young minds active. At any time of the day, children can be found climbing, jumping, playing games, painting, doing puzzles or out on safari. The activities are designed by a childcare professional, with the game drives and away from the centre “in the bush” activities for the older children operated by hand-picked, qualified game rangers. The entire children’s team exudes the same warm and caring attitude for which the Sabi Sabi staff is rightfully famous.

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The centre caters for all children between the ages of 4 – 12, with separate age-appropriate activities organized for distinct age groups from toddlers to young teenagers. And all of this is at no extra cost.

In order to keep the children interested the daily programme is very varied, but the bushveld theme is constant, running through all the games and creative ‘edutainment’ provided. Interesting projects are undertaken during the formal sessions, and learning to identify animal and bird species by sight, sound and spoor is immensely popular. Ample tools and instruction are provided to keep all the young minds active. At any time of the day, children can be found climbing, jumping, playing games, painting, doing puzzles or out on safari. The activities are designed by a childcare professional, with the game drives and away from the centre “in the bush” activities for the older children operated by hand-picked, qualified game rangers. The entire children’s team exudes the same warm and caring attitude for which the Sabi Sabi staff is rightfully famous.