Sabi Sabi is a wildlife-rich private reserve in the Greater Kruger area with 4 luxury lodges, each with its own character and style
An unforgettable safari experience shaped by over 40 years of caring and passion
What makes our safari experience so memorable and unique?
Experiences to treasure forever.
From intimate game sightings and expert guides to luxurious suites and authentic South African hospitality and fare, Sabi Sabi has perfected the art of indulging your senses.
Feel enlightened, refreshed and at peace
Escape to nature and gain a new understanding and appreciation for life. The bush is a transformative place where life slows down, relationships deepen and there’s time to reconnect with yourself.
Share in our commitment and passion to protect the wilderness
Our love and respect for sustainable conservation runs deep. We actively find ways to protect the land, the flora and fauna and promote local community development. It’s authenticity you can feel.
You are out in the middle of the bush, yet treated to every luxury imaginable.
Your golden circle ticket to the African wilderness
Get up close and personal with all the bush has to offer.
Our collection of luxury safari lodges
Since 1979, Sabi Sabi has grown our portfolio to include 4 luxury lodges, each with its own character and style that collectively express our philosophy of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Turn of the century elegance
Selati Camp is ideal for enthusiasts of the past and of unspoiled nature. An ode to the great African safari era, Selati recaptures the essence of yesteryear glamour in true luxurious style.
Each suite is decorated with authentic railway memorabilia and is named after bygone stations – artfully weaving an ambience and character of Yesterday.
Your luxury home in the bush
The original lodge in our collection, Bush Lodge pulses to the rhythm of Africa’s heartbeat.
Known for its vibrancy and contemporary mix of safari-themed furnishings, Bush Lodge welcomes friends, colleagues and families to celebrate nature’s beauty, relax in luxury and revel in the joy of Today.
A deeply intimate affair
Little Bush Camp seamlessly bridges the space between the contemporary Today and the Avante-Garde of Tomorrow.
Nestled deep in the African wilderness with only 6 luxury suites, Little Bush is a desirable oasis for couples or exclusive use by small groups and friends.
A glimpse into the future
Earth Lodge is the Sabi Sabi of Tomorrow. Unique in design, it’s where minimalism meets high comfort in a series of sensory experiences.
The lodge redefines the new frontier of the luxury African safari and is a must for those who appreciate the art of luxuriating in the wilderness.
Our conservation philosophy
We aim to conserve the decreasing wilderness areas that form part of South Africa’s heritage and be an example of a business that balances tourism with conservation and local communities.
We do this by promoting community development, employing members of staff from neighbouring areas and empowering individuals through training and personal development.View Conservation Approach
Arrive on safari. Experience so much more
Whether it’s dining under the stars, visiting our local villages, soaking up the African sun
on a poolside lounger or simply celebrating uninterrupted time with those you love –
you will forever remember these moments.
“Sabi Sabi's ethical approach to safaris and conservation has always been part of our vision.”
There is always something new to discover
As a Sabi Sabi Ranger, you go through a very strict training program, which starts off with a six-day interview process called Nkombe Camp. Upon arrival, I could see that all the applicants were from very different backgrounds, and all had very different levels of experience, but we all had one thing in common and that was the fact that we loved nature and guiding
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